Annotation details (ID: 4898)

Experiment ID: 619

Field Description
namecftr dysregulation drives active selection of the gut microbiome
doihttps://doi.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1008251
sraprjeb32648
mapmd521fada396ae2795cd147eaa5e5155eac
datamd587ff23c63b261d2fed201b906eeb4ad3

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
619amnondominant cystic fibrosis, cftr s489x, colonized germ free, seattle, united states of america, feces, research facility, mus musculus, mouse2020-05-04v3No20
Field Description
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date2020-05-04
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allcystic fibrosis
allcftr s489x
allcolonized germ free
allseattle
allunited states of america
allfeces
allresearch facility
allmus musculus
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Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: eutheria material property part of plant or animal monogenic disease geographic location research facility disposition bilateria material anatomical entity experimental factor united states of america construction craniata <chordata> teleostomi material entity seattle mammalia amniota disease by anatomical system anatomical entity euarchontoglires cellular organisms deuterostomia eukaryota fiat object rodentia colonized germ free digestive system disease dipnotetrapodomorpha opisthokonta nonmeat part of animal north america murinae part of animal theria <mammalia> organism substance na excreta genetic disease boreoeutheria contiguous united states of america glires pancreas disease continent geographic feature cftr s489x root eumetazoa astronomical body part anatomy basic component mus <mouse, subgenus> autosomal recessive disease populated place, contiguous united states of america tetrapoda chordata mus mus musculus entity gnathostomata <vertebrate> independent continuant vertebrata <metazoa> mouse metazoa euteleostomi autosomal genetic disease muridae sarcopterygii cystic fibrosis anthropogenic geographic feature mus <mouse, genus> muroidea disease feces continuant organism myomorpha organism part anatomical structure animal body or body part

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