Annotation details (ID: 6971)

Experiment ID: 853

Field Description
namedevelopmental stage, solid food introduction and suckling cessation differentially influence the co-maturation of the gut microbiota and intestinal epithelium in rabbits
doihttps://doi.org/10.1093/jn/nxab411
sraprjna699723
mapmd547a90abb2187b8514fae366cb81461ad
datamd5365d1c2a594957cb3f70bef432329a89

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
853amnondominant research facility, caecum, oryctolagus cuniculus, french republic, cecal content, rabbit, juvenile, age 5 weeks, hyplus rabbit, exclusive breastmilk diet2021-12-20v3No24
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date2021-12-20
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allfrench republic
allcecal content
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allexclusive breastmilk diet

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Ontology terms (including parents)

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