Annotation details (ID: 3710)

Experiment ID: 482

Field Description
nameintestinal parasitic infection alters bacterial gut microbiota in children
sraprjna487588
datamd57a694e9bfe51e650c6382a87845853b2
mapmd553b850b53bd8ddf08b5eaf4ad49d5adc

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
482amnonlower in kids with parasitic worms compared to non-infected kids ( high in control compared to trichuriasis in homo sapiens feces colombia medellin metropolitan area child daycare 1-5-years-old human )2019-02-12v4No3
Field Description
descriptionlower in kids with parasitic worms compared to non-infected kids
typediffexp
num_sequences3
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2019-02-12
usernameamnon
privaten
allhomo sapiens
allfeces
allcolombia
allmedellin metropolitan area
allchild
alldaycare
all1-5-years-old human
highcontrol
lowtrichuriasis

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Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

high: experimental factor na material property control role

low: na trichuriasis intestinal disease disease of anatomical entity gastrointestinal system disease disease

all: excreta cellular organisms hominidae geographic location continuant organism part deuterostomia euteleostomi dipnotetrapodomorpha amniota boreoeutheria entity homo na 1-5-years-old human colombia human life cycle eutheria continent department (colombia) taxonomy root hominoidea 2-5 year-old child stage child material anatomical entity tetrapoda mammalia feces medellin metropolitan area teleostomi organism substance chordata catarrhini south america homo sapiens material entity craniata <chordata> opisthokonta experimental factor bilateria vertebrata <metazoa> part of plant or animal euarchontoglires simiiformes nonmeat part of animal eumetazoa anatomy basic component homininae human life cycle stage part of animal immature stage child stage dbbact root haplorrhini sarcopterygii animal body or body part anatomical structure antioquia department anatomical entity organism metazoa primates independent continuant daycare theria <mammalia> gnathostomata <vertebrate> eukaryota

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