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Term:positive regulation of oocyte development
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Accession:GO:0060282 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that increases the rate or extent of the process whose specific outcome is the progression of an oocyte over time, from initial commitment of the cell to its specific fate, to the fully functional differentiated cell.


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Pde3a phosphodiesterase 3A ISO
IBA
MGI:2651499 (MGI:4361111|PMID:19474061)
PMID:21873635
RGD PMID:19474061, PMID:21873635 MGI:4361111, RGD:13792537 NCBI chr 4:175,431,904...175,703,844
Ensembl chr 4:175,431,904...175,700,238
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G Pde5a phosphodiesterase 5A IEA
ISO
GO_REF:0000107
MGI:1860764 (MGI:4361111|PMID:19474061)
Ensembl
RGD
PMID:19474061 GO_REF:0000107, MGI:4361111 NCBI chr 2:226,899,604...227,044,916
Ensembl chr 2:226,900,619...227,041,576
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  biological_process 20030
    reproductive process 1798
      positive regulation of reproductive process 114
        positive regulation of oocyte development 2
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  biological_process 20030
    reproduction 1801
      reproductive process 1798
        multi-organism reproductive process 1249
          sexual reproduction 993
            gamete generation 821
              female gamete generation 177
                oogenesis 111
                  oocyte differentiation 73
                    oocyte development 68
                      regulation of oocyte development 3
                        positive regulation of oocyte development 2
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