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Term:positive regulation of lysosomal membrane permeability
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Accession:GO:0097214 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that increases the frequency, rate or extent of the passage or uptake of molecules by the lysosomal membrane.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: positive regulation of lysosome membrane permeability


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Hspa8 heat shock protein family A (Hsp70) member 8 IMP RGD PMID:9038169 RGD:10059368 NCBI chr 8:44,989,401...44,993,261
Ensembl chr 8:44,990,014...44,993,179
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G Mt3 metallothionein 3 ISO
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(MGI:MGI:4881636|PMID:20544854)
GO_REF:0000024
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UniProt
PMID:20544854 GO_REF:0000024, MGI:MGI:4881636 NCBI chr19:11,324,708...11,326,112
Ensembl chr19:11,324,698...11,326,139
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  biological_process 20014
    biological regulation 13759
      regulation of biological quality 4284
        regulation of membrane permeability 73
          regulation of lysosomal membrane permeability 3
            positive regulation of lysosomal membrane permeability 2
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  biological_process 20014
    cellular process 18788
      cellular component organization or biogenesis 6766
        cellular component organization 6510
          organelle organization 4073
            vacuole organization 197
              lytic vacuole organization 77
                lysosome organization 77
                  lysosomal membrane organization 4
                    regulation of lysosomal membrane permeability 3
                      positive regulation of lysosomal membrane permeability 2
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