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Term:
positive regulation of transforming growth factor beta1 activation (GO:1901394)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
negative regulation of transforming growth factor beta1 activation 
positive regulation of transforming growth factor beta1 activation  
Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of transforming growth factor beta1 activation.
positive regulation of transforming growth factor beta2 activation 
positive regulation of transforming growth factor beta3 activation 
regulation of transforming growth factor beta1 activation +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: activation of L-TGF-beta 1 activation ;   activation of TGF-beta 1 activation ;   activation of TGFB1 activation ;   activation of TGFbeta 1 activation ;   activation of latent-TGF-beta1 activation ;   positive regulation of L-TGF-beta 1 activation ;   positive regulation of TGF-beta 1 activation ;   positive regulation of TGFB1 activation ;   positive regulation of TGFbeta 1 activation ;   positive regulation of latent-TGF-beta1 activation ;   up regulation of L-TGF-beta 1 activation ;   up regulation of TGF-beta 1 activation ;   up regulation of TGFB1 activation ;   up regulation of TGFbeta 1 activation ;   up regulation of latent-TGF-beta1 activation ;   up regulation of transforming growth factor beta1 activation ;   upregulation of L-TGF-beta 1 activation ;   upregulation of TGF-beta 1 activation ;   upregulation of TGFB1 activation ;   upregulation of TGFbeta 1 activation ;   upregulation of latent-TGF-beta1 activation ;   upregulation of transforming growth factor beta1 activation
Narrow Synonyms: activation of transforming growth factor beta1 activation
Definition Sources: GOC:sl, GOC:TermGenie

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