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positive regulation of anion transport (GO:1903793)
Annotations: Rat: (73) Mouse: (75) Human: (77) Chinchilla: (68) Bonobo: (73) Dog: (71) Squirrel: (68) Pig: (72)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
anion transmembrane transport +   
cyanate transport 
inorganic anion transport +   
modulation by symbiont of host anion transport 
negative regulation of anion transport +   
organic anion transport +   
positive regulation of acetylcholine secretion, neurotransmission +   
positive regulation of acetylcholine uptake 
positive regulation of anion transport +   
Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of anion transport.
positive regulation of calcium ion transport +   
positive regulation of dopamine secretion  
positive regulation of dopamine uptake involved in synaptic transmission  
positive regulation of histamine secretion by mast cell  
positive regulation of histamine uptake 
positive regulation of ion transmembrane transport +   
positive regulation of iron ion transport +   
positive regulation of potassium ion transport +   
positive regulation of serotonin secretion  
positive regulation of serotonin uptake 
positive regulation of sodium ion transport +   
regulation of amino acid transport +   
regulation of anion transmembrane transport +   
regulation of anion transport +   
regulation of bile acid secretion +   
regulation of chloride transport +   
regulation of fatty acid transport +   
regulation of iodide transport +   
regulation of phosphate transport +   
regulation of phospholipid transport +   
regulation of sulfite transport +  

Exact Synonyms: up regulation of anion transport ;   upregulation of anion transport
Narrow Synonyms: activation of anion transport
Definition Sources: GO_REF:0000058, GOC:TermGenie, PMID:11336802

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