Annotation details (ID: 2787)

Experiment ID: 394

Field Description
namedisease severity and immune activity relate to distinct interkingdom gut microbiome states in ethnically distinct ulcerative colitis patients
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datamd58b87f362e18ed7eb0e98211226d11903
mapmd5cf1d4cb069d7783d3f634b6574f3a6c5

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
394amnon high in ulcerative colitis compared to control in homo sapiens feces adult united states of america state of california 2018-11-06v4No0
Field Description
description
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date2018-11-06
usernameamnon
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highulcerative colitis

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: primates homo sapiens tetrapoda gnathostomata <vertebrate> adult part of animal amniota united states of america theria <mammalia> homininae catarrhini vertebrata <metazoa> opisthokonta eutheria teleostomi contiguous united states of america hominoidea eukaryota na euteleostomi haplorrhini developmental stage craniata <chordata> deuterostomia boreoeutheria anatomical entity west region organism simiiformes nonmeat part of animal material entity animal body or body part cellular organisms root chordata euarchontoglires process sarcopterygii material anatomical entity dipnotetrapodomorpha eumetazoa excreta hominidae mammalia pacific division bilateria homo organism substance continent part of plant or animal region (contiguous united states of america) continuant metazoa experimental factor geographic location anatomy basic component organism part north america independent continuant anatomical structure state of california entity feces

low: experimental factor control material property role na

high: disease of anatomical entity ulcerative colitis intestinal disease gastrointestinal system disease disease na colitis inflammatory bowel disease

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