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Term:positive regulation of substance P secretion, neurotransmission
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Accession:GO:1904496 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of substance P secretion, neurotransmission.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: up regulation of substance P secretion, neurotransmission;   upregulation of substance P secretion, neurotransmission
 narrow_synonym: activation of substance P secretion, neurotransmission


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Ptger4 prostaglandin E receptor 4 JBrowse link 2 54,951,625 54,966,470 RGD:10003094

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  biological_process 18166
    signaling 7108
      positive regulation of signaling 1906
        positive regulation of synaptic transmission 305
          positive regulation of neurotransmitter secretion 31
            positive regulation of substance P secretion, neurotransmission 1
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  biological_process 18166
    localization 6061
      establishment of localization 4655
        transport 4517
          nitrogen compound transport 2185
            amide transport 1867
              peptide transport 1834
                peptide secretion 687
                  regulation of peptide secretion 563
                    positive regulation of peptide secretion 357
                      positive regulation of peptide hormone secretion 129
                        positive regulation of substance P secretion 1
                          positive regulation of substance P secretion, neurotransmission 1
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