Annotation details (ID: 1498)

Experiment ID: 221

Field Description
namemodulation of gut microbiome composition and function in experimental colitis treated with sulfasalazine
srasrp107031
datamd56f801f4cf9436c49616a5fc6ce169ccd
mapmd5c78f6562412a3d5987bb192a434d37d1

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
221amnonhigher in induced colitis treated with Sulfasalazine compared to no Sulfasalazine in rat feces ( high in sulfasalazine compared to colitis in rattus sprague dawley rat feces research facility china )2017-10-25v4No11
Field Description
descriptionhigher in induced colitis treated with Sulfasalazine compared to no Sulfasalazine in rat feces
typediffexp
num_sequences11
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2017-10-25
usernameamnon
privaten
allrattus
allsprague dawley
allrat
allfeces
allresearch facility
highsulfasalazine
lowcolitis
allchina

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

low: colitis inflammatory bowel disease gastrointestinal system disease disease of anatomical entity intestinal disease disease

all: muridae deuterostomia sprague dawley vertebrata euarchontoglires bilateria excreta teleostomi organism part murinae chordata craniata geographic location anthropogenic geographic feature animal body or body part fiat object experimental factor feces rat independent continuant gnathostomata mammalia part of animal na sarcopterygii tetrapoda rattus myomorpha entity euteleostomi organism boreoeutheria northeast asia amniota rattus norvegicus geographic feature organism substance material anatomical entity research facility eumetazoa astronomical body part anatomical structure material entity glires china eutheria asia anatomy basic component anatomical entity root construction cellular organisms rodentia eukaryota continuant part of plant or animal nonmeat part of animal theria continent metazoa muroidea eurasia opisthokonta dipnotetrapodomorpha

high: continuant chemical entity material entity entity experimental factor independent continuant sulfasalazine

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