Annotation details (ID: 5816)

Experiment ID: 730

Field Description
nameexclusive enteral nutrition mediates gut microbial and metabolic changes that are associated with remission in children with crohn’s disease
doihttps://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-75306-z
sraprjeb14084
mapmd5b28b5363d561227860183387a15d9d7c
datamd5b5e94b56ac52866384ddcdd7a567c755

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
730amnon high in crohn's disease compared to control in amsterdam kingdom of the netherlands child feces homo sapiens 2021-01-05v1No7
Field Description
description
typediffexp
num_sequences7
regionv1
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2021-01-05
usernameamnon
privaten
lowcontrol
highcrohn's disease
allamsterdam
allkingdom of the netherlands
allchild
allfeces
allhomo sapiens

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

low: material property experimental factor control role na

high: material property inflammatory bowel disease autoimmune disease disease of anatomical entity disposition experimental factor crohn's disease disease na disease by anatomical system gastrointestinal system disease immune system disease intestinal disease

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

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