Annotation details (ID: 56)

Experiment ID: 19

Field Description
namethe treatment-naive microbiome in new-onset crohn’s disease
qiita1939
datamd5446d627628b7864be31cf8b41aa08443
mapmd5ad244e792a146f744f4853b7c03b536f

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
19amnonhigher in CD compared to control in biopsies ( high in crohn's disease compared to control in rectum terminal ileum sigmoid colon caecum colon biopsy children homo sapiens united states of america )2016-11-14v4No26
Field Description
descriptionhigher in CD compared to control in biopsies
typediffexp
num_sequences26
regionv4
flags0
agentheatsequer
methodna
date2016-11-14
usernameamnon
privaten
allrectum
allterminal ileum
allsigmoid colon
allcaecum
allcolon
allbiopsy
allchildren
allhomo sapiens
allunited states of america
lowcontrol
highcrohn's disease

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: primates homo sapiens tetrapoda gnathostomata <vertebrate> digestive system digestive tract diverticulum caecum amniota united states of america theria <mammalia> homininae catarrhini vertebrata <metazoa> opisthokonta eutheria teleostomi hominoidea eukaryota colon na rectum euteleostomi collecting specimen from organism multicellular anatomical structure haplorrhini planned process craniata <chordata> deuterostomia boreoeutheria anatomical entity organism subdivision of digestive tract simiiformes proximal-distal subdivision of colon experimental process material entity chordata cellular organisms root euarchontoglires process sarcopterygii subdivision of tube material anatomical entity specimen collection process dipnotetrapodomorpha eumetazoa terminal ileum hominidae mammalia children bilateria homo sigmoid colon continuant experimental factor metazoa geographic location anatomy basic component organ part organism part biopsy occurrent independent continuant anatomical structure anatomical system entity

low: experimental factor control material property role na

high: disease of anatomical entity crohn's disease intestinal disease gastrointestinal system disease na disease inflammatory bowel disease

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