Sample types

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Library ID (String) *, Sample Origine ID (Registered Sample - Samples for dCod) *

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Count ID (String) *, Sample Origine ID (Registered Sample - Samples for dCod) *, Bam Origine ID (Registered Sample - BAM file) *

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Bam ID (String) *, Sample Origine ID (Registered Sample - Samples for dCod) *, FASTQ Paired Origine ID (Registered Sample - FASTQ Paired) *

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Sample ID (String) *, Sample name (String) , Date sampled (Date) , Treatment (String) , Fish# (sampling) (Integer) , Fish# (RNA-seq) (Integer) , Body wt in (g) (Integer) , Liver wt in (g) (Integer) , Sex (String) , Species (String) , Tissue (String)

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SAMPLE TYPE to describe samples of CEN.PK-113-7D yeast strain upon metabolic perturbation of the steady state culture by glucose pulse

SEEK ID (Integer) *, STRAIN (Registered Strain) , Genotype (String) , Cell culture ID (String) , Cell culture start date (Date) , Glucose pulse (concentration) (Integer) , Sampling date (Date) , Time after glucose pulse (Integer) , Cell part (Controlled Vocabulary - SysMO Sample Organism Part) , Age at sampling (Integer) *

yeast, genotype, chemostat, glucose pulse, Metabolomics

Sample type representing the old BioSample model available to SysMO and VirtualLiver

Sample ID or name (String) *, Cell culture name (String) *, Cell culture lab identifier (String) , Cell culture start date (Date) , Cell culture growth type (Controlled Vocabulary - SysMO Cell Culture Growth Type) , Cell culture comment (Text) , Cell culture provider name (String) , Cell culture provider identifier (String) , Cell culture strain (Registered Strain) *, Sample lab identifier (String) *, Sampling date (Date) , Age at sampling (Integer) , Sample provider name (String) , Sample provider identifier (String) , Sample comment (Text) , Sample organism part (Controlled Vocabulary - SysMO Sample Organism Part)

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