Annotation details (ID: 7075)

Experiment ID: 866

Field Description
namea potential role for stress-induced microbial alterations in iga-associated irritable bowel syndrome with diarrhea
doihttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.xcrm.2020.100124
sraprjeb40130
mapmd58eda2e3f935218820814503b319af8bc
datamd54b7cba5070a49e29ad85133f3a915288

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
866amnoncommon feces, control, united states of america, research facility, mus musculus, c57bl/6, state of illinois, mouse2022-02-08v4No193
Field Description
description
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regionv4
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agentcalour
methodna
date2022-02-08
usernameamnon
privaten
allfeces
allcontrol
allunited states of america
allresearch facility
allmus musculus
allc57bl/6
allstate of illinois
allmouse

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Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: euteleostomi region (contiguous united states of america) construction geographic location muridae myomorpha fiat object united states of america eutheria amniota eumetazoa glires opisthokonta root c57bl/6 midwest region east north central division na boreoeutheria muroidea independent continuant geographic feature gnathostomata <vertebrate> craniata <chordata> control mus musculus vertebrata <metazoa> rodentia organism substance state of illinois dipnotetrapodomorpha continent organism part continuant murinae role sarcopterygii anatomical structure part of animal teleostomi mouse cellular organisms astronomical body part feces animal body or body part mus <mouse, genus> mus <mouse, subgenus> material entity part of plant or animal mammalia experimental factor chordata mus excreta dbbact root anatomy basic component material property metazoa euarchontoglires deuterostomia eukaryota entity contiguous united states of america anthropogenic geographic feature north america anatomical entity material anatomical entity c57bl nonmeat part of animal bilateria research facility tetrapoda organism theria <mammalia>

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