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Term:positive regulation of phosphatidylserine exposure on apoptotic cell surface
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Accession:GO:1905782 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of phosphatidylserine exposure on apoptotic cell surface.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: positive regulation of externalization of phosphatidylserine;   up regulation of externalization of phosphatidylserine;   up regulation of phosphatidylserine exposure on apoptotic cell surface;   upregulation of externalization of phosphatidylserine;   upregulation of phosphatidylserine exposure on apoptotic cell surface
 narrow_synonym: activation of externalization of phosphatidylserine;   activation of phosphatidylserine exposure on apoptotic cell surface


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  biological_process 20027
    cellular process 18798
      execution phase of apoptosis 74
        phosphatidylserine exposure on apoptotic cell surface 9
          positive regulation of phosphatidylserine exposure on apoptotic cell surface 0
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  biological_process 20027
    localization 6496
      establishment of localization 4911
        transport 4759
          ion transport 1787
            anion transport 679
              organic anion transport 535
                phospholipid transport 98
                  phospholipid translocation 54
                    plasma membrane phospholipid scrambling 25
                      phosphatidylserine exposure on apoptotic cell surface 9
                        regulation of phosphatidylserine exposure on apoptotic cell surface 0
                          positive regulation of phosphatidylserine exposure on apoptotic cell surface 0
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