Annotation details (ID: 980)

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 olanzapine compared to control in feces united states of america research facility mus musculus c57bl/6j mouse 2017-04-13v4No2
Field Description
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Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

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

high: pharmaceutical material property olanzapine application realizable entity specifically dependent continuant experimental factor role entity na continuant independent continuant chemical entity drug material entity

low: material property experimental factor control role na

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