Annotation details (ID: 2794)

Experiment ID: 395

Field Description
namesafety, clinical response, and microbiome findings following fecal microbiota transplant in children with inflammatory bowel disease
sraprjna380944
datamd5c6dd8e5ecbe4b8a6b33329a5d21b2adb
mapmd52ed3a26ca5e45a756e3ee843a62536aa

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
395amnoncommon homo sapiens, feces, united states of america, commonwealth of pennsylvania, child, ulcerative colitis, inflammatory bowel disease, crohn's disease2018-11-14v4No17
Field Description
description
typecommon
num_sequences17
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2018-11-14
usernameamnon
privaten
allhomo sapiens
allfeces
allunited states of america
allcommonwealth of pennsylvania
allchild
allulcerative colitis
allinflammatory bowel disease
allcrohn's disease

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: primates homo sapiens disease of anatomical entity tetrapoda gnathostomata <vertebrate> middle atlantic division amniota united states of america part of animal homininae catarrhini theria <mammalia> disease vertebrata <metazoa> opisthokonta eutheria child teleostomi contiguous united states of america hominoidea eukaryota na inflammatory bowel disease euteleostomi haplorrhini ulcerative colitis northeast region craniata <chordata> boreoeutheria deuterostomia gastrointestinal system disease anatomical entity organism simiiformes nonmeat part of animal commonwealth of pennsylvania material entity animal body or body part cellular organisms root chordata crohn's disease euarchontoglires sarcopterygii material anatomical entity intestinal disease dipnotetrapodomorpha eumetazoa excreta hominidae mammalia bilateria homo organism substance colitis 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 entity feces

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