Annotation details (ID: 919)

Experiment ID: 112

Field Description
nameinfluence of endogenous and exogenous estrogenic endocrine on intestinal microbiota in zebrafish
srasrp066817
sraprjna304186
datamd5b69f40e54c48e35d896b05fb709db113
mapmd5f8f00c33d4777f5decdaf422126cddc2

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
112amnonStrongly higher in zebrafish treated with BPA or estradiol ( high in bisphenol a estradiol compared to control in danio rerio zebra fish intestine research facility china )2017-04-09v4No1
Field Description
descriptionStrongly higher in zebrafish treated with BPA or estradiol
typediffexp
num_sequences1
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2017-04-09
usernameamnon
privaten
alldanio rerio
allzebra fish
allintestine
allresearch facility
lowcontrol
highbisphenol a
highestradiol
allchina

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: ostariophysi cypriniphysae deuterostomia vertebrata danio rerio bilateria organism part teleostomi chordata cypriniformes craniata geographic location anthropogenic geographic feature animal body or body part fiat object teleostei experimental factor otomorpha independent continuant gnathostomata cyprinoidea part of animal otophysi organ meat organ meat, digestive system na osteoglossocephalai cyprinidae subdivision of tube organism euteleostomi northeast asia entity geographic feature neopterygii material anatomical entity research facility eumetazoa organ part astronomical body part anatomical structure actinopteri material entity china meat part of animal actinopterygii clupeocephala asia anatomy basic component multicellular anatomical structure anatomical entity root construction cellular organisms eukaryota continuant zebra fish part of plant or animal danio subdivision of digestive tract continent intestine metazoa eurasia opisthokonta

low: role na material property experimental factor control

high: estradiol bisphenol a continuant material entity chemical entity entity hormone experimental factor independent continuant

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