Annotation details (ID: 979)

Experiment ID: 123

Field Description
namethe antipsychotic olanzapine interacts with the gut microbiome to cause weight gain in mouse
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Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
123amnon high in diet high fat diet compared to normal diet mouse chow in feces united states of america research facility mus musculus c57bl/6j mouse 2017-04-13v4No170
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high: diet protocol information entity clinical treatment protocol high fat diet na treatment protocol experimental factor

low: normal diet dbbact root mouse chow diet type

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