Annotation details (ID: 1576)

Experiment ID: 232

Field Description
namea longitudinal study of the diabetic skin and wound microbiome
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mapmd5037c7ea2858d538ee2c1d0e6f6fba017

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
232amnonlower in diabetec foot ulcers compared to non-ulcer skin in diabetic patients ( high in control compared to ulcer wound in homo sapiens skin foot australia diabetes mellitus )2017-11-05v4No836
Field Description
descriptionlower in diabetec foot ulcers compared to non-ulcer skin in diabetic patients
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regionv4
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date2017-11-05
usernameamnon
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Ontology terms (including parents)

high: material property control role na experimental factor

low: dbbact root pathological entity wound material entity ulcer na experimental factor

all: euteleostomi paired limb/fin segment catarrhini geographic location pes eumetazoa amniota root homo sapiens australasia subdivision of organism along appendicular axis opisthokonta eutheria na boreoeutheria independent continuant homo glucose metabolism disease gnathostomata <vertebrate> craniata <chordata> appendage skin carbohydrate metabolism disease vertebrata <metazoa> dipnotetrapodomorpha organism part continuant disease diabetes mellitus disease of metabolism sarcopterygii anatomical structure limb segment teleostomi cellular organisms autopod region foot australia hominoidea haplorrhini material entity acquired metabolic disease organism subdivision mammalia experimental factor chordata oceania anatomy basic component homininae metazoa euarchontoglires deuterostomia entity eukaryota anatomical entity material anatomical entity hominidae bilateria tetrapoda organism simiiformes multicellular anatomical structure primates theria <mammalia>

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