Annotation details (ID: 3327)

Experiment ID: 437

Field Description
nameinterhost dispersal alters microbiome assembly and can overwhelm host innate immunity in an experimental zebrafish model
sraprjna378677
datamd5015a72c4e58ed33a9eca7645e620edf2
mapmd5a5e1725a0f0d62546d9f942b78739657

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
437amnondominant fish, zebra fish, danio rerio, juvenile organism, age 21 days, intestine, research facility, united states of america, state of oregon2018-12-26v4No20
Field Description
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date2018-12-26
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allfish
allzebra fish
alldanio rerio
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allage 21 days
allintestine
allresearch facility
allunited states of america
allstate of oregon

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: ostariophysi cypriniphysae fish deuterostomia vertebrata danio rerio north america bilateria organism part teleostomi chordata cypriniformes craniata geographic location anthropogenic geographic feature animal body or body part fiat object teleostei experimental factor otomorpha independent continuant gnathostomata cyprinoidea part of animal juvenile organism otophysi organ meat organ meat, digestive system na osteoglossocephalai cyprinidae subdivision of tube organism euteleostomi entity pacific division geographic feature neopterygii material anatomical entity research facility eumetazoa organ part astronomical body part anatomical structure actinopteri material entity meat part of animal region (contiguous united states of america) actinopterygii clupeocephala contiguous united states of america anatomy basic component multicellular anatomical structure anatomical entity age 21 days root construction west region cellular organisms state of oregon eukaryota continuant zebra fish part of plant or animal danio subdivision of digestive tract continent intestine metazoa united states of america opisthokonta

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