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Term:positive regulation of type I hypersensitivity
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Accession:GO:0001812 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of type I hypersensitivity, a type of inflammatory response.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: up regulation of type I hypersensitivity;   upregulation of type I hypersensitivity
 narrow_synonym: activation of type I hypersensitivity;   stimulation of type I hypersensitivity


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G FCER1G Fc fragment of IgE receptor Ig JBrowse link 38 21,267,841 21,271,036 RGD:13508589

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  biological_process 14453
    immune system process 1450
      immune response 824
        inflammatory response to antigenic stimulus 37
          acute inflammatory response to antigenic stimulus 11
            hypersensitivity 7
              positive regulation of hypersensitivity 4
                positive regulation of type I hypersensitivity 1
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  biological_process 14453
    biological regulation 9284
      regulation of biological process 8688
        regulation of response to stimulus 2420
          regulation of response to stress 782
            regulation of defense response 323
              regulation of inflammatory response 200
                regulation of acute inflammatory response 20
                  regulation of acute inflammatory response to antigenic stimulus 7
                    regulation of hypersensitivity 6
                      regulation of type I hypersensitivity 1
                        positive regulation of type I hypersensitivity 1
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