Personal tools

UBERON:0000016

From FANTOM5_SSTAR

Jump to: navigation, search

Name:endocrine pancreas
Namespace:FANTOM
Definition:"The endocrine pancreas is made up of islet cells that produce insulin, glucagon and somatostatin[GO]." [GOC:GO, Wikipedia:Islets_of_Langerhans]
Xrefs:
links:

BTO:0000650
EV:0100129
FMA:16018
MA:0001582
MESH:A.03.734.414
ncithesaurus:Endocrine_Pancreas
SCTID:361339003
TAO:0001260
VHOG:0000049

ZFA:0001260
Synonyms: "endocrine pancreas" EXACT []
"endocrine part of pancreas" RELATED [BTO:0000650]
"islets of Langerhans" RELATED []
"pars endocrina pancreatis" EXACT []
Comments:Editor notes - endocrine and exocrine pancrease are no co-associated in hagfishes or lampreys [PMID:20959416] - create a separate class for these?
Subset: organ_slim
uberon_slim
vertebrate_core

Ontology association
Each term has an is_a parent in the Uberon Ontology, which has a linkage to an another entity and FANTOM5 samples.Libraries were grouped into mutually exclusive facets according to the FANTOM5 sample ontology mapping to UBERON ontologies.

link to ontology dataset
data


Parents

is_a:UBERON:0000471(compound organ component),UBERON:0004119(endoderm-derived structure)
develops_from:UBERON:0003923(dorsal pancreatic bud)
part_of:UBERON:0000949(endocrine system),UBERON:0001264(pancreas)



Children

part of:UBERON:0000006 (islet of Langerhans)

Ontology Tree: Loaded from BioPortal


FF samples
It includes FANTOM5 samples that overlay the Uberon ontology




Enrichment analysis: top 100 FFCP enriched with this ontology term TOP 100 FANTOM5 Cage Peaks enriched with UBERON:0000016 (endocrine pancreas), sorted by p-values
Analyst: Hideya Kawaji

link to source dataset
human : data
mouse : data


No analysis results










Property "Property value" (as page type) with input value "UBPROP:0000001 "The zebrafish endocrine pancreas is composed of small groups of islet cells that are distributed throughout the exocrine pancreas. The islet cells produce insulin, glucagon and somatostatin.[TAO]" xsd:string" contains invalid characters or is incomplete and therefore can cause unexpected results during a query or annotation process.