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Term:positive regulation of high-density lipoprotein particle assembly
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Definition:Any process that increases the frequency, rate, or extent of high-density lipoprotein particle assembly. High-density lipoprotein particle assembly is the aggregation and arrangement of proteins and lipids to form a high-density lipoprotein particle.


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Abca1 ATP binding cassette subfamily A member 1 JBrowse link 5 69,857,717 69,983,042 RGD:1624291
G Nr1h2 nuclear receptor subfamily 1, group H, member 2 JBrowse link 1 100,554,577 100,559,896 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 high-density lipoprotein particle assembly 2
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  biological_process 19858
    cellular process 18617
      cellular component organization or biogenesis 6706
        cellular component organization 6456
          protein-containing complex subunit organization 1803
            protein-containing complex assembly 1600
              protein-lipid complex assembly 25
                plasma lipoprotein particle assembly 21
                  high-density lipoprotein particle assembly 10
                    regulation of high-density lipoprotein particle assembly 3
                      positive regulation of high-density lipoprotein particle assembly 2
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