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Version: 1.1.1

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17 Sample types are referencing this Template

ISA Level: study source

Organism: any

Parent Template: None

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Attributes

NameTypeDescriptionPID helpISA Tag helpUnit
Source Name*StringSources are considered as the starting biological material used in a study.-source-
Title*StringShort text that can be used to call out sample records in search results or in displays.-source_characteristic-
Description*StringFree-form text describing the sample, its origin, and its method of isolation.-source_characteristic-
tax_id*StringNCBI Taxonomy Identifier number ID. This is appropriate for individual organisms and some environmental samples.-source_characteristic-
organismStringProvide a taxonomic information associated to the Source Biological material (for example, Species, genus, strain,....). Ideally, provide NCBI TaxID or NEWT identifier-source_characteristic-
cell_typeStringcell type from which the sample was obtained-source_characteristic-
dev_stageStringif the sample was obtained from an organism in a specific developmental stage, it is specified with this qualifier-source_characteristic-
germlineStringthe sample described presented in the entry has not undergone somatic genomic rearrangement as part of an adaptive immune response; it is the unrearranged molecule that was inherited from the parental germline-source_characteristic-
tissue_libStringtissue library from which sample was obtained-source_characteristic-
tissue_typeStringtissue type from which the sample was obtained-source_characteristic-
collection_dateStringThe date of sampling, either as an instance (single point in time) or interval. In case no exact time is available, the date/time can be right truncated i.e. all of these are valid ISO8601 compliant times: 2008-01-23T19:23:10+00:00; 2008-01-23T19:23:10; 2008-01-23; 2008-01; 2008.-source_characteristic-
isolation_sourceStringdescribes the physical, environmental and/or local geographical source of the biological sample from which the sample was derived-source_characteristic-
lat_lonStringgeographical coordinates of the location where the specimen was collected-source_characteristic-
collected_byStringname of persons or institute who collected the specimen-source_characteristic-
geographic location (country and/or sea)Controlled Vocabulary - geographic location (country and/or sea)The geographical origin of the sample as defined by the country or sea. Country or sea names should be chosen from the INSDC country list (http://insdc.org/country.html).-source_characteristic-
geographic location (region and locality)StringThe geographical origin of the sample as defined by the specific region name followed by the locality name.-source_characteristic-
identified_byStringname of the expert who identified the specimen taxonomically-source_characteristic-
environmental_sampleControlled Vocabulary - environmental_sampleidentifies sequences derived by direct molecular isolation from a bulk environmental DNA sample (by PCR with or without subsequent cloning of the product, DGGE, or other anonymous methods) with no reliable identification of the source organism-source_characteristic-
mating_typeStringmating type of the organism from which the sequence was obtained; mating type is used for prokaryotes, and for eukaryotes that undergo meiosis without sexually dimorphic gametes-source_characteristic-
sexStringsex of the organism from which the sample was obtained-source_characteristic-
lab_hostStringscientific name of the laboratory host used to propagate the source organism from which the sample was obtained-source_characteristic-
host scientific nameStringScientific name of the natural (as opposed to laboratory) host to the organism from which sample was obtained.-source_characteristic-
bio_materialStringidentifier for the biological material from which the sample was obtained, with optional institution code and collection code for the place where it is currently stored.-source_characteristic-
culture_collectionStringinstitution code and identifier for the culture from which the sample was obtained, with optional collection code.-source_characteristic-
specimen_voucherStringidentifier for the specimen from which the sample was obtained-source_characteristic-
cultivarStringcultivar (cultivated variety) of plant from which sample was obtained-source_characteristic-
ecotypeStringa population within a given species displaying genetically based, phenotypic traits that reflect adaptation to a local habitat.-source_characteristic-
isolateStringindividual isolate from which the sample was obtained-source_characteristic-
sub_speciesStringname of sub-species of organism from which sample was obtained-source_characteristic-
varietyStringvariety (= varietas, a formal Linnaean rank) of organism from which sample was derived.-source_characteristic-
sub_strainStringname or identifier of a genetically or otherwise modified strain from which sample was obtained, derived from a parental strain (which should be annotated in the strain field; sub_strain from which sample was obtained-source_characteristic-
cell_lineStringcell line from which the sample was obtained-source_characteristic-
serotypeStringserological variety of a species characterized by its antigenic properties-source_characteristic-
serovarStringserological variety of a species (usually a prokaryote) characterized by its antigenic properties-source_characteristic-
strainStringName of the strain from which the sample was obtained.-source_characteristic-
submission dateStringDate in which sample was submitted to ENA.-source_characteristic-
statusControlled Vocabulary - statusStatus of submission to ENA.-source_characteristic-
accessionStringENA sample accession code. Provided by ENA after submission.-source_characteristic-
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