Annotation details (ID: 1630)

Experiment ID: 240

Field Description
namethe dynamics of the human infant gut microbiome in development and in progression toward type 1 diabetes.
sraprjna231909
httphttps://pubs.broadinstitute.org/diabimmune/data/9
datamd50d09d819260286393e1f93f3127d2e7d
mapmd517bced15922fe5893c1576703b1a5d07

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
240amnonlower in infants age<1 year compared to 1-3 years in baby feces ( high in age 1-year-old human stage compared to under-1-year-old human stage in feces homo sapiens infant finland )2017-11-12v4No567
Field Description
descriptionlower in infants age<1 year compared to 1-3 years in baby feces
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date2017-11-12
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lowunder-1-year-old human stage
allfeces
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Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

high: 1-year-old human stage infant stage quality physical object quality immature stage physical quality time entity specifically dependent continuant continuant age na human life cycle stage human life cycle

low: infant stage immature stage under-1-year-old human stage na human life cycle stage human life cycle

all: euteleostomi catarrhini geographic location eumetazoa amniota root homo sapiens opisthokonta eutheria boreoeutheria na independent continuant homo finland gnathostomata <vertebrate> craniata <chordata> organism substance vertebrata <metazoa> dipnotetrapodomorpha organism part continuant continent sarcopterygii anatomical structure part of animal teleostomi infant cellular organisms feces process animal body or body part hominoidea haplorrhini material entity mammalia experimental factor chordata excreta anatomy basic component eurasia europe homininae euarchontoglires metazoa deuterostomia entity eukaryota developmental stage anatomical entity material anatomical entity hominidae nonmeat part of animal bilateria part of plant or animal tetrapoda organism simiiformes primates theria <mammalia>

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