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Term:
positive regulation of DNA-binding transcription factor activity (GO:0051091)
Annotations: Rat: (269) Mouse: (273) Human: (299) Chinchilla: (241) Bonobo: (255) Dog: (261) Squirrel: (245) Pig: (266)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
negative regulation of DNA-binding transcription factor activity +   
negative regulation of hh target transcription factor activity  
positive regulation by symbiont of entry into host +   
positive regulation of action potential +   
positive regulation of adhesion of symbiont to host epithelial cell 
positive regulation of asexual reproduction +  
positive regulation of behavior +   
positive regulation of binding +   
positive regulation of biomineralization +   
positive regulation of catalytic activity +   
positive regulation of cellular process +   
positive regulation of circadian rhythm +   
positive regulation of cohesin unloading +  
positive regulation of developmental pigmentation +   
positive regulation of developmental process +   
positive regulation of DNA-binding transcription factor activity +   
Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of activity of a transcription factor, any factor involved in the initiation or regulation of transcription.
positive regulation of dosage compensation by inactivation of X chromosome 
positive regulation of establishment of protein localization +   
positive regulation of establishment of RNA localization to telomere 
positive regulation of fibrinolysis  
positive regulation of growth +   
positive regulation of guanyl-nucleotide exchange factor activity +   
positive regulation of hemostasis +   
positive regulation of immune system process +   
positive regulation of lipid localization +   
positive regulation of locomotion +   
positive regulation of long-term synaptic depression  
positive regulation of low-density lipoprotein receptor activity  
positive regulation of membrane depolarization +   
positive regulation of membrane hyperpolarization  
positive regulation of metabolic process +   
positive regulation of molecular function in other organism +  
positive regulation of molecular function, epigenetic 
positive regulation of mRNA alternative polyadenylation 
positive regulation of multi-organism process +   
positive regulation of multicellular organismal process +   
positive regulation of nitrogen utilization +   
positive regulation of nuclear receptor transcription coactivator activity  
positive regulation of phosphorus utilization 
positive regulation of posttranscriptional gene silencing +   
positive regulation of protein localization to cell-cell junction +   
positive regulation of protein localization to synapse +   
positive regulation of reproductive process +   
positive regulation of response to stimulus +   
positive regulation of RNA binding transcription factor activity 
positive regulation of short-term synaptic potentiation 
positive regulation of signaling +   
positive regulation of signaling receptor activity +   
positive regulation of sulfur utilization 
positive regulation of telomerase RNA localization to Cajal body  
positive regulation of transepithelial migration of symbiont in host 
positive regulation of transport +   
positive regulation of transporter activity +   
positive regulation of viral process +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: positive regulation of sequence-specific DNA binding transcription factor activity ;   up regulation of transcription factor activity ;   upregulation of transcription factor activity
Narrow Synonyms: activation of transcription factor activity ;   positive regulation of thyroid hormone receptor activity ;   stimulation of transcription factor activity
Broad Synonyms: positive regulation of transcription factor activity
Alternate IDs: GO:1904169
Definition Sources: GOC:ai

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