Annotation details (ID: 1891)

Experiment ID: 285

Field Description
namerelationship of the middle ear effusion microbiome to secretory mucin production in pediatric patients with chronic otitis media
datamd5c4d9066c96628b99cf65758997e210b8
mapmd5865cbab2bb1deb2353a4eeac91f54437

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
285amnonlower in individuals with muc5ac ( high in muc5ac deficient compared to muc5ac in homo sapiens united states of america middle ear acute transudative otitis media child state of washington obsolete_juvenile stage )2018-01-27v4No4
Field Description
descriptionlower in individuals with muc5ac
typediffexp
num_sequences4
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2018-01-27
usernameamnon
privaten
highmuc5ac deficient
lowmuc5ac
allhomo sapiens
allunited states of america
allmiddle ear
allacute transudative otitis media
allchild
allstate of washington
allobsolete_juvenile stage

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: eutheria hominidae homininae middle ear geographic location craniata <chordata> experimental factor disease of anatomical entity bilateria material anatomical entity material entity united states of america simiiformes anatomical entity teleostomi catarrhini mammalia middle ear disease amniota child non-suppurative otitis media euarchontoglires acute transudative otitis media cellular organisms deuterostomia auditory system disease eukaryota dipnotetrapodomorpha opisthokonta homo sapiens north america state of washington multicellular anatomical structure theria <mammalia> na hominoidea otitis media pacific division boreoeutheria contiguous united states of america continent haplorrhini root eumetazoa anatomy basic component homo tetrapoda sensory system disease chordata west region gnathostomata <vertebrate> entity nervous system disease multi organ part structure independent continuant metazoa vertebrata <metazoa> sarcopterygii euteleostomi primates region (contiguous united states of america) obsolete_juvenile stage disease continuant organism organism part anatomical structure

high: muc5ac deficient na

low: muc5ac na

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