Annotation details (ID: 4503)

Experiment ID: 574

Field Description
nameprimary progressive multiple sclerosis in a russian cohort: relationship with gut bacterial diversity
doihttps://doi.org/10.1186/s12866-019-1685-2
sraprjna565173
mapmd50f16ba008a1f3b9b7938eb316a825096
datamd5033e4f2e1cfcd37052f3aa31852534e9

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
574amnon high in control compared to primary progressive multiple sclerosis in adult russia homo sapiens feces 2020-01-05v3No2
Field Description
description
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methodna
date2020-01-05
usernameamnon
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lowprimary progressive multiple sclerosis
highcontrol
alladult
allrussia
allhomo sapiens
allfeces

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

low: immune system disease disease by anatomical system disease of anatomical entity chronic progressive multiple sclerosis autoimmune disease of the nervous system hypersensitivity reaction disease brain disease autoimmune hypersensitivity disease central nervous system disease autoimmune disease of central nervous system multiple sclerosis nervous system disease material property disease experimental factor disposition primary progressive multiple sclerosis

high: role na material property experimental factor control

all: deuterostomia vertebrata euarchontoglires bilateria organism part excreta teleostomi chordata primates craniata geographic location animal body or body part experimental factor adult independent continuant feces mammalia gnathostomata part of animal homo sapiens na homininae sarcopterygii tetrapoda hominoidea boreoeutheria euteleostomi entity organism amniota haplorrhini developmental stage organism substance material anatomical entity eumetazoa hominidae anatomical structure material entity catarrhini simiiformes eutheria homo russia anatomy basic component anatomical entity root cellular organisms eukaryota continuant part of plant or animal nonmeat part of animal process continent theria metazoa eurasia opisthokonta dipnotetrapodomorpha

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