Annotation details (ID: 5148)

Experiment ID: 650

Field Description
nameus nativity and dietary acculturation impact the gut microbiome in a diverse us population
doihttps://doi.org/10.1038/s41396-020-0630-6
sraprjna559143
mapmd5e99d4ac6dded7023194ad11417e5e45c
datamd5acc8b806d92b4e952aad7b4a69c36ec1

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
650amnonnegatively correlated with BMI ( high in low bmi compared to body mass index high bmi in state of new york united states of america homo sapiens adult feces )2020-09-09v4No74
Field Description
descriptionnegatively correlated with BMI
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num_sequences74
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2020-09-09
usernameamnon
privaten
lowbody mass index
lowhigh bmi
highlow bmi
allstate of new york
allunited states of america
allhomo sapiens
alladult
allfeces

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

low: anthropometric measurement experimental factor high bmi body weights and measures measurement body mass index information entity na

high: low bmi na

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