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Term:
positive regulation of canonical Wnt signaling pathway involved in cardiac muscle cell fate commitment (GO:1901297)
Annotations: Rat: (1) Mouse: (1) Human: (1) Chinchilla: (1) Bonobo: (1) Dog: (1) Squirrel: (1) Pig: (1)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
negative regulation of canonical Wnt signaling pathway involved in cardiac muscle cell fate commitment  
positive regulation of canonical Wnt signaling pathway involved in cardiac muscle cell fate commitment  
Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of canonical Wnt signaling pathway involved in cardiac muscle cell fate commitment.
regulation of canonical Wnt signaling pathway involved in cardiac muscle cell fate commitment +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: activation of canonical Wnt receptor signalling pathway involved in cardiac muscle cell fate commitment ;   positive regulation of canonical Wnt receptor signaling pathway involved in cardiac muscle cell fate commitment ;   positive regulation of canonical Wnt receptor signalling pathway involved in cardiac muscle cell fate commitment ;   positive regulation of canonical Wnt-activated signaling pathway involved in cardiac muscle cell fate commitment ;   up regulation of canonical Wnt receptor signaling pathway involved in cardiac muscle cell fate commitment ;   up regulation of canonical Wnt receptor signalling pathway involved in cardiac muscle cell fate commitment ;   upregulation of canonical Wnt receptor signaling pathway involved in cardiac muscle cell fate commitment ;   upregulation of canonical Wnt receptor signalling pathway involved in cardiac muscle cell fate commitment
Narrow Synonyms: activation of canonical Wnt receptor signaling pathway involved in cardiac muscle cell fate commitment
Definition Sources: GOC:BHF, GOC:TermGenie

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