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Term:positive regulation of respiratory burst involved in inflammatory response
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Accession:GO:0060265 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that increases the rate, frequency or extent of a phase of elevated metabolic activity, during which oxygen consumption increases made as a defense response ; this leads to the production, by an NADH dependent system, of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), superoxide anions and hydroxyl radicals.
Synonyms:broad_synonym: positive regulation of respiratory burst involved in acute inflammatory response


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Lbp lipopolysaccharide binding protein JBrowse link 3 154,786,232 154,812,910 RGD:1624291
RGD:1600115
G Rps19 ribosomal protein S19 JBrowse link 1 81,750,873 81,756,629 RGD:1624291

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  biological_process 19858
    positive regulation of biological process 6625
      positive regulation of multicellular organismal process 2058
        positive regulation of respiratory burst involved in inflammatory response 2
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  biological_process 19858
    response to stimulus 10526
      response to external stimulus 3177
        response to external biotic stimulus 1682
          response to other organism 1678
            defense response to other organism 1089
              innate immune response 793
                regulation of innate immune response 219
                  positive regulation of innate immune response 146
                    positive regulation of respiratory burst involved in inflammatory response 2
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