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Term:
positive regulation of insulin secretion (GO:0032024)
Annotations: Rat: (93) Mouse: (88) Human: (79) Chinchilla: (75) Bonobo: (76) Dog: (23) Squirrel: (2) Pig: (39)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
insulin secretion involved in cellular response to glucose stimulus +   
negative regulation of insulin secretion +   
positive regulation of adiponectin secretion  
positive regulation of BMP secretion 
positive regulation of calcitonin secretion  
positive regulation of corticotropin secretion  
positive regulation of corticotropin-releasing hormone secretion  
positive regulation of cytokine secretion +   
positive regulation of glucagon secretion  
positive regulation of growth hormone secretion  
positive regulation of immunoglobulin secretion  
positive regulation of insulin secretion +   
Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of the regulated release of insulin.
positive regulation of matrix metallopeptidase secretion  
positive regulation of pancreatic amylase secretion +   
positive regulation of pancreatic trypsinogen secretion  
positive regulation of prolactin secretion  
positive regulation of renin secretion into blood stream  
positive regulation of secretion of lysosomal enzymes  
positive regulation of somatostatin secretion  
positive regulation of substance P secretion +   
positive regulation of thyroid-stimulating hormone secretion  
positive regulation of Wnt protein secretion  
regulation of insulin secretion +   
regulation of insulin secretion involved in cellular response to glucose stimulus +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: up regulation of insulin secretion ;   upregulation of insulin secretion
Narrow Synonyms: activation of insulin secretion ;   stimulation of insulin secretion
Definition Sources: GOC:mah

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