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Term:
positive regulation by organism of apoptotic process in other organism involved in symbiotic interaction (GO:0052501)
Annotations: Rat: (1) Mouse: (1) Human: (1) Chinchilla: (1) Bonobo: (1) Dog: (1) Squirrel: (1) Pig: (1)
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positive regulation by organism of apoptotic process in other organism involved in symbiotic interaction  
Any process in which an organism activates, maintains or increases the frequency, rate or extent of programmed cell death by apoptosis in a second organism, where the two organisms are in a symbiotic interaction.
positive regulation of apoptotic process by virus +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: induction by organism of apoptosis in other organism involved in symbiotic interaction
Narrow Synonyms: activation by organism of apoptosis in other organism during symbiotic interaction ;   positive regulation by organism of apoptosis in other organism involved in symbiotic interaction ;   stimulation by organism of apoptosis in other organism during symbiotic interaction
Related Synonyms: activation by organism of apoptotic programmed cell death in other organism during symbiotic interaction ;   induction by organism of apoptosis in other organism during symbiotic interaction ;   induction by organism of apoptotic programmed cell death in other organism during symbiotic interaction ;   positive regulation by organism of apoptosis in other organism during symbiotic interaction ;   positive regulation by organism of apoptotic programmed cell death in other organism during symbiotic interaction ;   up regulation by organism of apoptosis in other organism during symbiotic interaction ;   upregulation by organism of apoptosis in other organism during symbiotic interaction
Alternate IDs: GO:0052388
Definition Sources: GOC:jl, GOC:mtg_pamgo_17jul06

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