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Term:positive regulation of response to cell cycle checkpoint signaling
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Accession:GO:1902146 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of response to cell cycle checkpoint signaling.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: activation of cell cycle checkpoint effector process;   activation of response to signal involved in cell cycle checkpoint;   positive regulation of cell cycle checkpoint effector process;   positive regulation of response to signal involved in cell cycle checkpoint;   up regulation of cell cycle checkpoint effector process;   up regulation of response to cell cycle checkpoint signaling;   up regulation of response to signal involved in cell cycle checkpoint;   upregulation of cell cycle checkpoint effector process;   upregulation of response to cell cycle checkpoint signaling;   upregulation of response to signal involved in cell cycle checkpoint
 narrow_synonym: activation of response to cell cycle checkpoint signaling
 related_synonym: activation of G1/S transition checkpoint effector process;   activation of G2/M transition checkpoint effector process;   activation of response to G1/S transition checkpoint signaling;   activation of response to G2/M transition checkpoint signaling;   activation of response to signal involved in G1/S transition checkpoint;   activation of response to signal involved in G2/M transition checkpoint;   positive regulation of G1/S transition checkpoint effector process;   positive regulation of G2/M transition checkpoint effector process;   positive regulation of response to G1/S transition checkpoint signaling;   positive regulation of response to G2/M transition checkpoint signaling;   positive regulation of response to signal involved in G1/S transition checkpoint;   positive regulation of response to signal involved in G2/M transition checkpoint;   up regulation of G1/S transition checkpoint effector process;   up regulation of G2/M transition checkpoint effector process;   up regulation of response to G1/S transition checkpoint signaling;   up regulation of response to G2/M transition checkpoint signaling;   up regulation of response to signal involved in G1/S transition checkpoint;   up regulation of response to signal involved in G2/M transition checkpoint;   upregulation of G1/S transition checkpoint effector process;   upregulation of G2/M transition checkpoint effector process;   upregulation of response to G1/S transition checkpoint signaling;   upregulation of response to G2/M transition checkpoint signaling;   upregulation of response to signal involved in G1/S transition checkpoint;   upregulation of response to signal involved in G2/M transition checkpoint


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  biological_process 20015
    positive regulation of biological process 6668
      positive regulation of cellular process 6149
        positive regulation of response to cell cycle checkpoint signaling 0
          positive regulation of response to DNA integrity checkpoint signaling + 0
          positive regulation of response to cytokinesis checkpoint signaling 0
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  biological_process 20015
    biological regulation 13760
      regulation of biological process 13073
        regulation of response to stimulus 4099
          regulation of response to biotic stimulus 336
            regulation of response to cell cycle checkpoint signaling 1
              positive regulation of response to cell cycle checkpoint signaling 0
                positive regulation of response to DNA integrity checkpoint signaling + 0
                positive regulation of response to cytokinesis checkpoint signaling 0
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