Annotation details (ID: 869)

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
108amnon high in colon compared to caecum in research facility texas united states of america mus musculus mouse 2017-04-07v4No13
Field Description
description
typediffexp
num_sequences13
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2017-04-07
usernameamnon
privaten
allresearch facility
alltexas
allunited states of america
allmus musculus
allmouse
highcolon
lowcaecum

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: mus muridae deuterostomia vertebrata euarchontoglires bilateria mus musculus teleostomi murinae chordata craniata geographic location anthropogenic geographic feature fiat object experimental factor independent continuant gnathostomata mammalia na sarcopterygii tetrapoda myomorpha entity euteleostomi organism boreoeutheria amniota geographic feature mus texas research facility eumetazoa mus astronomical body part material entity glires eutheria root construction cellular organisms rodentia eukaryota continuant united states of america theria metazoa muroidea mouse opisthokonta dipnotetrapodomorpha

high: multicellular anatomical structure material anatomical entity continuant na colon organ part subdivision of digestive tract organism part material entity anatomical structure entity subdivision of tube experimental factor anatomy basic component anatomical entity independent continuant

low: multicellular anatomical structure material anatomical entity experimental factor continuant digestive tract diverticulum organ part subdivision of digestive tract organism part material entity anatomical structure entity subdivision of tube caecum anatomy basic component anatomical entity independent continuant

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