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Term:
positive regulation of glutamate metabolic process (GO:2000213)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
ammonia assimilation cycle +   
arginine catabolic process to glutamate  
D-glutamate metabolic process 
glutamate biosynthetic process +   
glutamate catabolic process +   
histidine catabolic process to glutamate and formamide  
histidine catabolic process to glutamate and formate  
negative regulation of glutamate metabolic process +   
positive regulation of cellular amino acid biosynthetic process +   
positive regulation of gamma-aminobutyric acid catabolic process 
positive regulation of gliotoxin biosynthetic process 
positive regulation of glutamate metabolic process +   
Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of glutamate metabolic process.
positive regulation of ornithine catabolic process 
positive regulation of proline metabolic process +  
positive regulation of selenocysteine metabolic process 
positive regulation of sulfur amino acid metabolic process +   
positive regulation of tetrapyrrole biosynthetic process from glycine and succinyl-CoA 
positive regulation of tryptophan metabolic process +  
proline catabolic process to glutamate +   
regulation of ammonia assimilation cycle +   
regulation of glutamate metabolic process +   
regulation of proline catabolic process to glutamate +  
regulation of tetrapyrrole biosynthetic process from glutamate +  
tetrapyrrole biosynthetic process from glutamate +  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: positive regulation of glutamate metabolism ;   positive regulation of glutamic acid metabolic process ;   positive regulation of glutamic acid metabolism
Definition Sources: GOC:sl

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