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Term:
positive regulation of apoptotic DNA fragmentation (GO:1902512)
Annotations: Rat: (5) Mouse: (5) Human: (6) Chinchilla: (5) Bonobo: (5) Dog: (5) Squirrel: (4) Pig: (5)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
negative regulation of apoptotic DNA fragmentation  
positive regulation of apoptotic DNA fragmentation  
Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of apoptotic DNA fragmentation.
regulation of apoptotic DNA fragmentation +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: positive regulation of DNA catabolic process during apoptosis ;   positive regulation of DNA catabolism during apoptosis ;   positive regulation of DNA fragmentation involved in apoptotic nuclear change ;   positive regulation of endonucleolytic DNA catabolic process involved in apoptosis ;   up regulation of DNA catabolic process during apoptosis ;   up regulation of DNA catabolism during apoptosis ;   up regulation of DNA fragmentation involved in apoptotic nuclear change ;   up regulation of apoptotic DNA fragmentation ;   up regulation of endonucleolytic DNA catabolic process involved in apoptosis ;   upregulation of DNA catabolic process during apoptosis ;   upregulation of DNA catabolism during apoptosis ;   upregulation of DNA fragmentation involved in apoptotic nuclear change ;   upregulation of apoptotic DNA fragmentation ;   upregulation of endonucleolytic DNA catabolic process involved in apoptosis
Narrow Synonyms: activation of DNA catabolic process during apoptosis ;   activation of DNA catabolism during apoptosis ;   activation of DNA fragmentation involved in apoptotic nuclear change ;   activation of apoptotic DNA fragmentation ;   activation of endonucleolytic DNA catabolic process involved in apoptosis
Definition Sources: GOC:hjd, GOC:TermGenie, PMID:15572351

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