Annotation details (ID: 3049)

Experiment ID: 410

Field Description
namecompositional and temporal changes in the gut microbiome of pediatric ulcerative colitis patients are linked to disease course
sraprjna436359
datamd524f95e8c7cd67f37f1251c22d179490e
mapmd5fd2b4f7d06cf59a51bf0b935ab211181

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
410amnonhigher in biopsies of severe treatment naive ulcerative colitis patients compared to mild ( high in severe ulcerative colitis compared to mild in homo sapiens child united states of america biopsy biopsy site rectum )2018-11-22v4No5
Field Description
descriptionhigher in biopsies of severe treatment naive ulcerative colitis patients compared to mild
typediffexp
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regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2018-11-22
usernameamnon
privaten
allhomo sapiens
allchild
allunited states of america
allbiopsy
allbiopsy site
allrectum
highsevere
lowmild
highulcerative colitis

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

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

all: planned process digestive system deuterostomia vertebrata euarchontoglires bilateria organism part teleostomi chordata primates craniata geographic location occurrent child experimental factor independent continuant gnathostomata specimen collection process mammalia homo sapiens na sarcopterygii tetrapoda homininae hominoidea entity subdivision of tube organism euteleostomi boreoeutheria collecting specimen from organism experimental process amniota haplorrhini material anatomical entity eumetazoa organ part hominidae anatomical structure catarrhini material entity simiiformes biopsy eutheria anatomical system homo anatomy basic component multicellular anatomical structure anatomical entity biopsy site rectum root cellular organisms eukaryota continuant subdivision of digestive tract process theria metazoa site united states of america opisthokonta dipnotetrapodomorpha

low: na mild

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