Annotation details (ID: 4608)

Experiment ID: 589

Field Description
namefiber-mediated nourishment of gut microbiota protects against diet-induced obesity by restoring il-22-mediated colonic health
sraprjeb23793
doihttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.chom.2017.11.003
datamd57ae581305fb91bb0925fcca0489390aa
mapmd588d7627fa8d91684d3c1da74ed64847e

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
589amnondominant mouse, mus musculus, c57bl/6, research facility, feces, jackson laboratories, united states of america, state of georgia, high fat diet + inulin2020-02-10v4No12
Field Description
description
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regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2020-02-10
usernameamnon
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allmouse
allmus musculus
allc57bl/6
allresearch facility
allfeces
alljackson laboratories
allunited states of america
allstate of georgia
allhigh fat diet + inulin

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: mus <mouse, genus> c57bl muridae deuterostomia north america euarchontoglires vertebrata <metazoa> bilateria mus musculus teleostomi organism part murinae excreta chordata craniata <chordata> geographic location anthropogenic geographic feature animal body or body part fiat object experimental factor feces independent continuant mammalia gnathostomata <vertebrate> high fat diet + inulin part of animal na sarcopterygii tetrapoda c57bl/6 myomorpha entity euteleostomi organism boreoeutheria amniota jackson laboratories geographic feature organism substance material anatomical entity research facility eumetazoa mus anatomical structure material entity astronomical body part glires south atlantic division region (contiguous united states of america) eutheria contiguous united states of america anatomy basic component anatomical entity mouse root construction cellular organisms rodentia eukaryota continuant part of plant or animal south region nonmeat part of animal state of georgia metazoa continent theria <mammalia> mus <mouse, subgenus> muroidea united states of america opisthokonta dipnotetrapodomorpha

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