Annotation details (ID: 3904)

Experiment ID: 503

Field Description
nameplasmodium berghei anka causes intestinal malaria associated with dysbiosis
sradrp003624
sraprjdb3900
datamd5c59a60098819d3eac1a1a752cba27207
mapmd50ee8430a25d9ac4178b4393685d0579d

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Sequences
503amnonincreases following malaria infection ( high in malaria late time points experimental cerebral malaria compared to control early time points in mouse mus musculus research facility c57bl/6 japan feces )2019-03-1238
Field Description
descriptionincreases following malaria infection
typediffexp
agentcalour
methodna
num_sequences38
date2019-03-12
usernameamnon
privaten
allmouse
allmus musculus
allresearch facility
allc57bl/6
alljapan
allfeces
highmalaria
lowcontrol
highlate time points
lowearly time points
highexperimental cerebral malaria

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

high: parasitic infectious disease malaria experimental cerebral malaria na late time points parasitic infection parasitic protozoa infectious disease disease by infectious agent infectious disease material property disease experimental factor disposition

all: mus musculus excreta organism part organic material geographic location anthropogenic geographic feature experimental factor feces portion of organism substance environmental feature na c57bl/6 organism geographic feature material anatomical entity research facility mus material entity bodily fluid animal component asia anatomy basic component environmental material anatomical entity eukaryota constructed feature east asia continent mouse eurasia c57bl japan

low: role na early time points material property experimental factor control

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