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Term:
positive regulation of mitotic spindle disassembly (GO:1904687)
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positive regulation of mitotic spindle disassembly 
Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of mitotic spindle disassembly.
positive regulation of mitotic spindle elongation +   
regulation of mitotic spindle disassembly +  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: positive regulation of mitotic spindle breakdown ;   positive regulation of mitotic spindle catabolism ;   positive regulation of mitotic spindle degradation ;   positive regulation of spindle breakdown during mitosis ;   positive regulation of spindle degradation during mitosis ;   positive regulation of spindle disassembly during mitosis ;   up regulation of mitotic spindle breakdown ;   up regulation of mitotic spindle catabolism ;   up regulation of mitotic spindle degradation ;   up regulation of mitotic spindle disassembly ;   up regulation of spindle breakdown during mitosis ;   up regulation of spindle degradation during mitosis ;   up regulation of spindle disassembly during mitosis ;   upregulation of mitotic spindle breakdown ;   upregulation of mitotic spindle catabolism ;   upregulation of mitotic spindle degradation ;   upregulation of mitotic spindle disassembly ;   upregulation of spindle breakdown during mitosis ;   upregulation of spindle degradation during mitosis ;   upregulation of spindle disassembly during mitosis
Narrow Synonyms: activation of mitotic spindle breakdown ;   activation of mitotic spindle catabolism ;   activation of mitotic spindle degradation ;   activation of mitotic spindle disassembly ;   activation of spindle breakdown during mitosis ;   activation of spindle degradation during mitosis ;   activation of spindle disassembly during mitosis
Definition Sources: GO_REF:0000058, GOC:TermGenie, PMID:25963819

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