Annotation details (ID: 1445)

Experiment ID: 212

Field Description
namemolecular exploration of fecal microbiome in quinoa-supplemented obese mice
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Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Sequences
212amnonhigher in obese mice fed quinoa diet compared to ain-93g rodent diet ( high in diet quinoa product compared to ain-93g rodent diet in mouse mus musculus feces research facility united states of america obesity obese body mass index status db/db mouse )2017-10-22143
Field Description
descriptionhigher in obese mice fed quinoa diet compared to ain-93g rodent diet
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date2017-10-22
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Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

high: plant food product cereal food product anthropogenic environmental material clinical treatment protocol diet na treatment protocol information entity quinoa product protocol plant seed food product experimental factor environmental material food product

low: ain-93g rodent diet na

all: body mass index excreta organism part mus musculus organic material geographic location anthropogenic geographic feature experimental factor disposition feces portion of organism substance environmental feature nutrition disease na organism obesity overnutrition body weights and measures geographic feature material anatomical entity research facility mus material entity bodily fluid disease of metabolism animal component material property anatomy basic component environmental material anatomical entity mouse metabolic disease eukaryota constructed feature acquired metabolic disease anthropometry obese body mass index status db/db mouse disease united states of america information entity measurement

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