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Term:positive regulation of phospholipid scramblase activity
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Accession:GO:1900163 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of phospholipid scramblase activity.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: up regulation of phospholipid scramblase activity;   upregulation of phospholipid scramblase activity
 narrow_synonym: activation of phospholipid scramblase activity


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Prkcd protein kinase C, delta ISO
IEA
(PMID:10770950)
GO_REF:0000107
RGD
Ensembl
PMID:10770950 GO_REF:0000107 NCBI chr16:6,655,131...6,675,746
Ensembl chr16:6,655,120...6,675,746
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  biological_process 20028
    positive regulation of biological process 6651
      positive regulation of lipid localization 109
        positive regulation of lipid transport 87
          positive regulation of lipid transporter activity 1
            positive regulation of phospholipid scramblase activity 1
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  biological_process 20028
    localization 6478
      establishment of localization 4887
        transport 4735
          ion transport 1786
            anion transport 679
              organic anion transport 535
                phospholipid transport 98
                  phospholipid translocation 54
                    regulation of phospholipid translocation 4
                      regulation of phospholipid scramblase activity 1
                        positive regulation of phospholipid scramblase activity 1
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