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Term:
positive regulation of collagen metabolic process (GO:0010714)
Annotations: Rat: (35) Mouse: (35) Human: (37) Chinchilla: (34) Bonobo: (35) Dog: (36) Squirrel: (33) Pig: (35)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
collagen biosynthetic process +   
collagen catabolic process +   
negative regulation of collagen metabolic process +   
positive regulation of alpha-(1->3)-fucosyltransferase activity 
positive regulation of anthocyanin metabolic process +  
positive regulation of ATP metabolic process +   
positive regulation of biosynthetic process +   
positive regulation of carbohydrate metabolic process +   
positive regulation of catabolic process +   
positive regulation of cellular metabolic process +   
positive regulation of cold-induced thermogenesis  
positive regulation of collagen metabolic process +   
Any process that increases the frequency, rate or extent of the chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the metabolism of collagen, any of a group of fibrous proteins of very high tensile strength that form the main component of connective tissue in animals.
positive regulation of hormone metabolic process +   
positive regulation of lipid metabolic process +   
positive regulation of macromolecule metabolic process +   
positive regulation of NAD metabolic process +   
positive regulation of nitrogen compound metabolic process +   
positive regulation of olefin metabolic process +  
positive regulation of oxidoreductase activity +   
positive regulation of respiratory burst +   
positive regulation of small molecule metabolic process +   
regulation of collagen biosynthetic process +   
regulation of collagen catabolic process +   
regulation of collagen metabolic process +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: positive regulation of collagen metabolism
Definition Sources: GOC:dph, GOC:tb

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