Annotation details (ID: 5253)

Experiment ID: 664

Field Description
nameassessment of a metabarcoding approach for the characterisation of vector-borne bacteria in canines from bangkok, thailand
doihttps://doi.org/10.1186/s13071-019-3651-0
sraprjna528154
mapmd5fefebbf231c383e05300c0a6afe88d96
datamd52daa12cfea9cd36e657cf8f26e7a0bc3

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
664amnonanaplasmosis causing pathogen (other anaplasma platys, anaplasmosis, pathogen, blood, dog, canis lupus familiaris, thailand, bangkok, semi domestic dog)2020-09-22v4No-7
Field Description
descriptionanaplasmosis causing pathogen
typeother
num_sequences-7
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2020-09-22
usernameamnon
privaten
allanaplasma platys
allanaplasmosis
allpathogen
allblood
alldog
allcanis lupus familiaris
allthailand
allbangkok
allsemi domestic dog

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: tetrapoda gnathostomata <vertebrate> canis lupus familiaris blood part of animal amniota bodily fluid theria <mammalia> anaplasmosis realizable entity disease vertebrata <metazoa> dog eutheria material property anaplasma platys teleostomi eukaryota specifically dependent continuant opisthokonta na euteleostomi laurasiatheria carnivora southeast asia craniata <chordata> deuterostomia disposition pathogen boreoeutheria populated place, thailand anatomical entity organism bangkok canidae nonmeat part of animal material entity animal body or body part cellular organisms chordata root caniformia material anatomical entity sarcopterygii primary anaplasmataceae infectious disease infectious disease dipnotetrapodomorpha eumetazoa mammalia bilateria organism substance continent part of plant or animal continuant experimental factor metazoa asia thailand canis bacterial disease eurasia geographic location anatomy basic component organism part independent continuant canis lupus anatomical structure semi domestic dog entity role biological role haemolymphatic fluid

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