Annotation details (ID: 5160)

Experiment ID: 651

Field Description
namecharacterizing dysbiosis of gut microbiome in pd: evidence for overabundance of opportunistic pathogens
doihttps://doi.org/10.1038/s41531-020-0112-6
sraprjna601994
mapmd555dd5914f95e6b268f7d9fac9e5cbeef
datamd5c4675dfb2f805e1e0da857180fd1e55b

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
651amnoncommon feces, homo sapiens, united states of america, adult, state of alabama, parkinson's disease2020-09-13v4No49
Field Description
description
typecommon
num_sequences49
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2020-09-13
usernameamnon
privaten
allfeces
allhomo sapiens
allunited states of america
alladult
allstate of alabama
allparkinson's disease

Annotation not flagged as potentially problematic

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: region (contiguous united states of america) euteleostomi catarrhini geographic location united states of america eumetazoa amniota root homo sapiens opisthokonta eutheria adult boreoeutheria na independent continuant homo south region gnathostomata <vertebrate> craniata <chordata> organism substance vertebrata <metazoa> central nervous system disease organism part continuant disease continent dipnotetrapodomorpha sarcopterygii anatomical structure part of animal disposition teleostomi cellular organisms disease of anatomical entity feces process animal body or body part hominoidea east south central division haplorrhini material entity disease by anatomical system nervous system disease mammalia experimental factor neurodegenerative disease chordata excreta anatomy basic component state of alabama material property homininae metazoa euarchontoglires deuterostomia synucleinopathy entity north america eukaryota contiguous united states of america developmental stage anatomical entity parkinson's disease material anatomical entity hominidae nonmeat part of animal bilateria part of plant or animal tetrapoda organism simiiformes primates theria <mammalia>

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