Annotation details (ID: 3282)

Experiment ID: 429

Field Description
namea high salt diet modulates the gut microbiota and short chain fatty acids production in a salt-sensitive hypertension rat model
datamd58b72a7a9ace74bdb429fa6bfed9c3851
mapmd523429e2413a65e4662559295bca71c56

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
429amnonhigher in salt sensitive rates fed salt rich diet compared to control diet ( high in salt salt rich diet compared to control diet in rat rattus norvegicus dahl salt-sensitive feces israel research facility )2018-12-13v4No36
Field Description
descriptionhigher in salt sensitive rates fed salt rich diet compared to control diet
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date2018-12-13
usernameamnon
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allrattus norvegicus
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allfeces
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allresearch facility
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highsalt rich diet
lowcontrol diet

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: muridae deuterostomia vertebrata euarchontoglires bilateria excreta teleostomi organism part murinae chordata craniata geographic location anthropogenic geographic feature animal body or body part fiat object experimental factor feces rat independent continuant gnathostomata mammalia part of animal levant na sarcopterygii tetrapoda rattus myomorpha entity euteleostomi organism boreoeutheria amniota rattus norvegicus geographic feature israel organism substance material anatomical entity research facility eumetazoa astronomical body part anatomical structure material entity glires eutheria asia anatomy basic component anatomical entity root construction cellular organisms rodentia southwest asia eukaryota continuant part of plant or animal dahl salt-sensitive nonmeat part of animal theria continent metazoa muroidea eurasia opisthokonta dipnotetrapodomorpha

high: salt salt rich diet heteroatomic molecular entity molecular entity continuant na material entity entity polyatomic entity independent continuant

low: na control diet

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