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Term:
positive regulation of citrulline biosynthetic process (GO:1903250)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
negative regulation of citrulline biosynthetic process  
positive regulation of arginine biosynthetic process 
positive regulation of citrulline biosynthetic process 
Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of citrulline biosynthetic process.
positive regulation of histidine biosynthetic process 
positive regulation of homoserine biosynthetic process 
positive regulation of L-dopa biosynthetic process  
positive regulation of L-glutamine biosynthetic process 
positive regulation of leucine biosynthetic process 
positive regulation of lysine biosynthetic process via alpha-aminoadipate and saccharopine 
regulation of citrulline biosynthetic process +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: positive regulation of citrulline anabolism ;   positive regulation of citrulline biosynthesis ;   positive regulation of citrulline formation ;   positive regulation of citrulline synthesis ;   up regulation of citrulline anabolism ;   up regulation of citrulline biosynthesis ;   up regulation of citrulline biosynthetic process ;   up regulation of citrulline formation ;   up regulation of citrulline synthesis ;   upregulation of citrulline anabolism ;   upregulation of citrulline biosynthesis ;   upregulation of citrulline biosynthetic process ;   upregulation of citrulline formation ;   upregulation of citrulline synthesis
Narrow Synonyms: activation of citrulline anabolism ;   activation of citrulline biosynthesis ;   activation of citrulline biosynthetic process ;   activation of citrulline formation ;   activation of citrulline synthesis
Definition Sources: GO_REF:0000058, GOC:BHF, GOC:rl, GOC:TermGenie, PMID:19278978

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