Annotation details (ID: 559)

Experiment ID: 73

Field Description
namethe distinct features of microbial ‘dysbiosis’ of crohn’s disease do not occur to the same extent in their unaffected, genetically-linked kindred
sraerp020739
datamd58cf94476a7f2dc027f1d955e5fe5877f
mapmd564c43716e43a0b3b4827f5ea5c95a353

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
73amnonhigh in healthy adult controls compared to children with Crohn's disease ( high in control adult compared to child obsolete_juvenile stage crohn's disease in feces homo sapiens glasgow )2017-02-26v4No125
Field Description
descriptionhigh in healthy adult controls compared to children with Crohn's disease
typediffexp
num_sequences125
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2017-02-26
usernameamnon
privaten
highcontrol
highadult
lowchild
lowobsolete_juvenile stage
lowcrohn's disease
allfeces
allhomo sapiens
allglasgow

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: eutheria hominidae homininae part of plant or animal geographic location craniata <chordata> experimental factor bilateria material anatomical entity material entity simiiformes united kingdom anatomical entity teleostomi catarrhini mammalia glasgow city amniota euarchontoglires cellular organisms deuterostomia eukaryota dipnotetrapodomorpha opisthokonta nonmeat part of animal homo sapiens part of animal theria <mammalia> organism substance na excreta hominoidea boreoeutheria europe continent haplorrhini root eurasia eumetazoa anatomy basic component homo tetrapoda chordata glasgow gnathostomata <vertebrate> entity scotland independent continuant metazoa vertebrata <metazoa> sarcopterygii euteleostomi primates british isles feces continuant organism organism part anatomical structure animal body or body part

high: material property process experimental factor control role adult na developmental stage

low: inflammatory bowel disease disease of anatomical entity crohn's disease obsolete_juvenile stage disease child na gastrointestinal system disease intestinal disease

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