Experiment ID: 297

Field Description
namedysbiosis, inflammation, and response to treatment: a longitudinal study of pediatric subjects with newly diagnosed inflammatory bowel disease
srasrp076281
datamd58d1ec3f6dc56273d9466f22d5fe4d1a0
mapmd5ccf6f99d449c4c82b5d1183dfacb9380

Annotations for experiment:

term enrichment score
TermScore
age<17 years0.666667
atlanta0.500000
immature stage0.500000
obsolete_juvenile stage0.181818
adolescent stage0.181818
LOWER IN crohn&#39;s disease0.105263
LOWER IN ulcerative colitis0.095238
crohn's disease0.095238
ulcerative colitis0.090909
child0.035714
LOWER IN control0.009346
control0.009132
united states of america0.006757
homo sapiens0.005479
feces0.004739
Fraction of dbbact annotations with this term covered by the query
TermScore
age<17 years0.500000
atlanta0.333333
immature stage0.333333
obsolete_juvenile stage0.100000
adolescent stage0.100000
LOWER IN crohn&#39;s disease0.066667
LOWER IN ulcerative colitis0.058824
crohn's disease0.058824
ulcerative colitis0.055556
child0.018182
LOWER IN control0.004762
control0.004651
united states of america0.003390
homo sapiens0.002747
feces0.002375
Fraction of annotations for the query sequences containing the term
TermScore
feces1.000000
homo sapiens1.000000
united states of america1.000000
child1.000000
atlanta1.000000
obsolete_juvenile stage1.000000
age<17 years1.000000
immature stage1.000000
adolescent stage1.000000
control0.250000
LOWER IN crohn&#39;s disease0.250000
LOWER IN ulcerative colitis0.250000
crohn's disease0.250000
ulcerative colitis0.250000
LOWER IN control0.250000
Number of experiments associating the term to the sequence
TermScore
feces1.000000
homo sapiens1.000000
united states of america1.000000
child1.000000
atlanta1.000000
obsolete_juvenile stage1.000000
age<17 years1.000000
immature stage1.000000
adolescent stage1.000000
control1.000000
LOWER IN crohn&#39;s disease1.000000
LOWER IN ulcerative colitis1.000000
crohn's disease1.000000
ulcerative colitis1.000000
LOWER IN control1.000000

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