Annotation details (ID: 5735)

Experiment ID: 721

Field Description
namenondigestible carbohydrates affect metabolic health and gut microbiota in overweight adults after weight loss
doi https://doi.org/10.1093/jn/nxaa124
sraprjeb18768
mapmd585222c8cf5fd1b0a4a25ff2f5e18758c
datamd5aac65d4e2db149a029fd6b8f1b8d1781

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
721amnoncommon obesity, overweight body mass index status, adult, scotland, gaz:00052100, feces, homo sapiens2028-05-23v4No131
Field Description
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date2028-05-23
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allobesity
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Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: primates homo sapiens anthropometric measurement adult metabolic disease gnathostomata <vertebrate> tetrapoda part of animal theria <mammalia> body weights and measures amniota homininae catarrhini material property disease overweight body mass index status vertebrata <metazoa> british isles eutheria opisthokonta eukaryota teleostomi hominoidea information entity na euteleostomi scotland haplorrhini developmental stage craniata <chordata> disposition boreoeutheria deuterostomia gaz:00052100 disease by subcellular system affected anatomical entity disease of metabolism organism simiiformes united kingdom europe material entity overnutrition nonmeat part of animal animal body or body part chordata root cellular organisms euarchontoglires process sarcopterygii material anatomical entity dipnotetrapodomorpha eumetazoa excreta hominidae nutritional disorder mammalia bilateria homo organism substance continent part of plant or animal continuant experimental factor metazoa eurasia anatomy basic component geographic location measurement organism part independent continuant anatomical structure disease by cellular process disrupted body mass index acquired metabolic disease entity obesity feces nutrition disease

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