Annotation details (ID: 2595)

Experiment ID: 365

Field Description
namethe bacteriome at the onset of type 1 diabetes: a study from four geographically distant african and asian countries
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Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
365amnon high in type i diabetes mellitus diabetes mellitus compared to control in feces homo sapiens child nigeria obsolete_juvenile stage 2018-08-30v4No1
Field Description
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Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

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

high: metabolic disease material property carbohydrate metabolism disease disease of metabolism experimental factor disease by subcellular system affected disposition acquired metabolic disease glucose metabolism disease disease disease by cellular process disrupted na type i diabetes mellitus diabetes mellitus

low: material property experimental factor control role na

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