Annotation details (ID: 1212)

Experiment ID: 167

Field Description
namea bidirectional association between the gut microbiota and cns disease in a biphasic murine model of multiple sclerosis
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sraprjna383155
datamd5f32e86327efa952c06b3b3b658d96094
mapmd573a0e842bb180071a59df7ef50642736

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
167amnonlower in late timepoints in mice with induced eae compared to control ( high in control compared to experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis in mouse mus musculus nod mouse united states of america female feces research facility )2017-07-18v4No2
Field Description
descriptionlower in late timepoints in mice with induced eae compared to control
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regionv4
flags0
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methodna
date2017-07-18
usernameamnon
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Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

high: experimental factor na material property control role

low: central nervous system disease experimental factor na material property encephalomyelitis disposition disease by anatomical system nervous system disease disease experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis

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