Annotation details (ID: 39)

Experiment ID: 14

Field Description
namemouse biopsies pilot
datamd55ba1cd6a9f6bdcd6fc74ab50945252a3
mapmd5531d0fca77f9a4c453085529cd0f77bd

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
14amnonmuch higher in right and transverse colon compared to other GI tract ( high in transverse colon right colon compared to caecum left colon in united states of america gastrointestinal system mus musculus )2016-11-08v4No1
Field Description
descriptionmuch higher in right and transverse colon compared to other GI tract
typediffexp
num_sequences1
regionv4
flags0
agentheatsequer
methodna
date2016-11-08
usernameamnon
privaten
hightransverse colon
highright colon
lowcaecum
lowleft colon
allunited states of america
allgastrointestinal system
allmus musculus

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: eutheria geographic location craniata <chordata> experimental factor bilateria united states of america murinae teleostomi mammalia amniota euarchontoglires cellular organisms deuterostomia eukaryota rodentia dipnotetrapodomorpha opisthokonta theria <mammalia> na gastrointestinal system boreoeutheria glires root eumetazoa mus <mouse, subgenus> tetrapoda chordata mus musculus gnathostomata <vertebrate> entity independent continuant metazoa vertebrata <metazoa> sarcopterygii muridae euteleostomi mus <mouse, genus> muroidea continuant organism myomorpha mus material entity

high: transverse colon experimental factor anatomy basic component material anatomical entity organism part material entity anatomical entity multicellular anatomical structure subdivision of digestive tract entity right colon anatomical structure na continuant independent continuant subdivision of tube proximal-distal subdivision of colon organ part

low: left colon caecum experimental factor anatomy basic component material anatomical entity material entity digestive tract diverticulum multicellular anatomical structure anatomical entity subdivision of digestive tract entity anatomical structure na continuant independent continuant subdivision of tube organism part organ part

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