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Term:
positive regulation of amyloid precursor protein biosynthetic process (GO:0042986)
Annotations: Rat: (4) Mouse: (4) Human: (4) Chinchilla: (4) Bonobo: (4) Dog: (4) Squirrel: (4) Pig: (4)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
negative regulation of amyloid precursor protein biosynthetic process  
positive regulation of amyloid precursor protein biosynthetic process  
Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of the chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of amyloid precursor protein (APP), the precursor of amyloid-beta.
positive regulation of CD24 production  
positive regulation of CD4 production 
positive regulation of CD80 production  
positive regulation of CD86 production  
positive regulation of elastin biosynthetic process 
positive regulation of FasL production 
positive regulation of glycoprotein biosynthetic process involved in immunological synapse formation  
positive regulation of protein glycosylation +   
positive regulation of proteoglycan biosynthetic process +   
regulation of amyloid precursor protein biosynthetic process +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: positive regulation of APP biosynthesis ;   positive regulation of APP biosynthetic process ;   positive regulation of amyloid precursor protein anabolism ;   positive regulation of amyloid precursor protein biosynthesis ;   positive regulation of amyloid precursor protein formation ;   positive regulation of amyloid precursor protein synthesis ;   up regulation of amyloid precursor protein biosynthetic process ;   upregulation of amyloid precursor protein biosynthetic process
Narrow Synonyms: activation of amyloid precursor protein biosynthetic process ;   stimulation of amyloid precursor protein biosynthetic process
Definition Sources: GOC:go_curators

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