Annotation details (ID: 5021)

Experiment ID: 632

Field Description
namethe cecal and fecal microbiomes and metabolomes of horses before and after metronidazole administration
doihttps://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0232905
srasrp119693
mapmd50861739d3da7f7f481a8f06db47b955b
datamd55f36484e28c2caaca06e87115d9d7150

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
632amnondominant caecum, cecal content, adult, united states of america, state of texas, research facility, horse, equus caballus2020-06-10v4No7
Field Description
description
typedominant
num_sequences7
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2020-06-10
usernameamnon
privaten
allcaecum
allcecal content
alladult
allunited states of america
allstate of texas
allresearch facility
allhorse
allequus caballus

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: eutheria laurasiatheria geographic location craniata <chordata> experimental factor research facility bilateria material anatomical entity construction united states of america material entity anatomical entity teleostomi subdivision of digestive tract mammalia amniota west south central division state of texas cellular organisms littorinimorpha deuterostomia eukaryota fiat object organism dipnotetrapodomorpha horse opisthokonta north america mollusca multicellular anatomical structure adult digestive tract diverticulum theria <mammalia> na boreoeutheria subdivision of tube lophotrochozoa contiguous united states of america equus caballus cecal content equus continent geographic feature root eumetazoa astronomical body part anatomy basic component caecidae caenogastropoda tetrapoda chordata gnathostomata <vertebrate> entity truncatelloidea vertebrata <metazoa> independent continuant metazoa developmental stage south region euteleostomi sarcopterygii organ part caecum perissodactyla process equidae region (contiguous united states of america) anthropogenic geographic feature protostomia equus <subgenus> continuant gastropoda organism part anatomical structure

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