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Accession: PRJNA74951 ID: 74951

Homo sapiens (human)

The Human Microbiome in Pediatric Abdominal Pain

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This project explores the nature of the human intestinal microbiome in healthy children and children with recurrent abdominal pain. The overall goal is to obtain a robust knowledge-base of the intestinal microbiome in children without evidence of pain or gastrointestinal disease, children with functional abdominal pain, and children with abdominal pain and changes in bowel habits (irritable bowel syndrome). Multiple strategies have been deployed to navigate and understand the nature of the intestinal microbiome in childhood. These strategies include 454 pyrosequencing-based strategies to sequence 16S rRNA genes and understand the detailed composition of microbes in healthy and disease groups. Microarray-based hybridization with the PhyloChip and quantitative real-time PCR (qPCR) probes are being applied as complementary strategies to gain an understanding of the intestinal microbiome from various perspectives. Data collected and analyzed during the HMP... (for more see dbGaP study page.)
AccessionPRJNA74951; dbGaP: phs000265
TypePhenotype or Genotype, Umbrella project (Subtype:Authorized Access)
OrganismHomo sapiens[Taxonomy ID: 9606]
Eukaryota; Metazoa; Chordata; Craniata; Vertebrata; Euteleostomi; Mammalia; Eutheria; Euarchontoglires; Primates; Haplorrhini; Catarrhini; Hominidae; Homo; Homo sapiens
SubmissionNIDDK
RelevanceMedical
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Sequence data
SRA Experiments10
Other datasets
BioSample251
Genotype and Phenotype (dbGaP)1
SRA Data Details
ParameterValue
Data volume, Gbases313
Data volume, Tbytes0.22
Homo sapiens encompasses the following sub-project:
Project TypeNumber of Projects
Targeted Locus (Loci)1
BioProject
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OrganismTitle
PRJNA46339human metagenomeThe Human Microbiome in Pediatric Abdominal Pain and Intestinal Inflammation (Baylor College of Medicine)

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