Annotation details (ID: 3740)

Experiment ID: 487

Field Description
nameimpact of dietary resistant starch type 4 on human gut microbiota and immunometabolic functions
sraprjna308315
datamd5c43a3cdeada4b617d8759d30e3e89920
mapmd587efa2cba5bf45fd1aecc6cfb6831ca5

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
487amnonlower in metabolic syndrome patients following resistant starch diet compared to control flour diet ( high in control diet compared to resistant starch type 4 diet starch diet in homo sapiens feces united states of america metabolic syndrome metabolic syndrome x )2019-02-24v4No3
Field Description
descriptionlower in metabolic syndrome patients following resistant starch diet compared to control flour diet
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num_sequences3
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2019-02-24
usernameamnon
privaten
allhomo sapiens
allfeces
allunited states of america
allmetabolic syndrome
allmetabolic syndrome x
highcontrol diet
lowresistant starch type 4 diet
lowstarch diet

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: deuterostomia vertebrata euarchontoglires bilateria excreta teleostomi organism part chordata primates craniata geographic location animal body or body part experimental factor disposition feces independent continuant gnathostomata mammalia part of animal homo sapiens na sarcopterygii tetrapoda homininae hominoidea disease by subcellular system affected entity euteleostomi metabolic syndrome organism boreoeutheria amniota disease by cellular process disrupted haplorrhini organism substance material anatomical entity eumetazoa metabolic syndrome x hominidae anatomical structure catarrhini material entity simiiformes material property eutheria homo anatomy basic component anatomical entity metabolic disease root cellular organisms eukaryota continuant part of plant or animal nonmeat part of animal theria metazoa disease united states of america opisthokonta dipnotetrapodomorpha

high: na control diet

low: resistant starch type 4 diet starch diet na

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