Annotation details (ID: 858)

Experiment ID: 108

Field Description
nameunique and shared responses of the gut microbiota to prolonged fasting: a comparative study across five classes of vertebrate hosts
srasrp041217
pubmedprjna244306
datamd51e6036e3830fa6d2dd33146adaa9e236
mapmd52e210df4fede28f696a4747455917709

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
108amnondecreases during fasting in nile tilapia colon ( high in early timepoints compared to fasting late timepoints in united states of america research facility colon oreochromis niloticus state of texas nile tilapia )2017-04-07v4No4
Field Description
descriptiondecreases during fasting in nile tilapia colon
typediffexp
num_sequences4
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2017-04-07
usernameamnon
privaten
highearly timepoints
lowfasting
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allunited states of america
allresearch facility
allcolon
alloreochromis niloticus
allstate of texas
allnile tilapia

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: texas geographic location craniata <chordata> research facility eurypterygia bilateria material anatomical entity material entity united states of america colon construction teleostomi anatomical entity subdivision of digestive tract nile tilapia acanthomorphata neoteleostei cellular organisms deuterostomia ctenosquamata eukaryota pseudocrenilabrinae fiat object euteleosteomorpha actinopteri cichlomorphae cichlidae opisthokonta multicellular anatomical structure na oreochromini experimental factor subdivision of tube neopterygii geographic feature root astronomical body part african cichlids anatomy basic component oreochromis niloticus eumetazoa chordata gnathostomata <vertebrate> entity independent continuant metazoa vertebrata <metazoa> oreochromis teleostei organ part euteleostomi actinopterygii osteoglossocephalai percomorphaceae clupeocephala cichliformes anthropogenic geographic feature euacanthomorphacea continuant organism organism part anatomical structure ovalentaria

high: early timepoints na

low: biological process process fasting experimental factor late timepoints na behavior

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