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Term:positive regulation of sphingolipid mediated signaling pathway
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Accession:GO:1902070 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of sphingolipid signaling.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: up regulation of sphingolipid mediated signaling pathway;   upregulation of sphingolipid mediated signaling pathway
 narrow_synonym: activation of sphingolipid mediated signaling pathway
 related_synonym: activation of sphingolipid signaling pathway;   positive regulation of sphingolipid signaling pathway;   up regulation of sphingolipid signaling pathway;   upregulation of sphingolipid signaling pathway


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Klf14 Kruppel-like factor 14 ISO MGI:MGI:3812953 (MGI:MGI:5588066|PMID:24759103) RGD PMID:24759103 MGI:MGI:5588066 NCBI chr 4:58,247,876...58,250,798
Ensembl chr 4:58,247,876...58,250,798
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  biological_process 20014
    cellular process 18788
      signal transduction 7015
        positive regulation of signal transduction 1682
          positive regulation of sphingolipid mediated signaling pathway 1
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  biological_process 20014
    biological regulation 13759
      regulation of biological process 13071
        regulation of cellular process 12560
          signal transduction 7015
            regulation of signal transduction 2997
              positive regulation of signal transduction 1682
                positive regulation of sphingolipid mediated signaling pathway 1
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