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Term:
canonical Wnt signaling pathway involved in positive regulation of cardiac outflow tract cell proliferation (GO:0061324)
Annotations: Rat: (2) Mouse: (2) Human: (1) Chinchilla: (1) Bonobo: (1) Dog: (1) Squirrel: (1)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
canonical Wnt signaling pathway involved in cardiac muscle cell fate commitment +   
canonical Wnt signaling pathway involved in cardiac neural crest cell differentiation involved in heart development  
canonical Wnt signaling pathway involved in positive regulation of cardiac muscle cell proliferation 
canonical Wnt signaling pathway involved in positive regulation of cardiac outflow tract cell proliferation  
The canonical Wnt signaling pathway that contributes to the modulation of the expansion of a population of cardiac outflow tract cells.
canonical Wnt signaling pathway involved in positive regulation of secondary heart field cardioblast proliferation 
canonical Wnt signaling pathway involved in regulation of type B pancreatic cell proliferation +   
canonical Wnt signaling pathway involved in stem cell proliferation  
negative regulation of canonical Wnt signaling pathway involved in heart development +   
negative regulation of heart induction by canonical Wnt signaling pathway  
positive regulation of canonical Wnt signaling pathway involved in heart development +   
positive regulation of cell proliferation involved in outflow tract morphogenesis  
regulation of canonical Wnt signaling pathway involved in heart development +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: canonical Wnt receptor signaling pathway involved in positive regulation of cardiac outflow tract cell proliferation ;   canonical Wnt receptor signalling pathway involved in positive regulation of cardiac outflow tract cell proliferation ;   canonical Wnt-activated signaling pathway involved in positive regulation of cardiac outflow tract cell proliferation
Definition Sources: GOC:dph, GOC:mtg_heart

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