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UBERON:0002361

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Name:pia mater
Definition:"delicate innermost layer of the meninges遯カ譚ッhe membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord. The thin, mesh-like pia mater closely envelops the entire surface of the brain, running down into the fissures of the cortex. It joins with the ependyma which lines the ventricles to form choroid plexuses that produce cerebrospinal fluid. In the spinal cord, the pia mater attaches to the dura mater by the denticular ligaments through the arachnoid membrane. The pia mater is a neural crest derivative." [Wikipedia:Pia_mater]
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links:

BTO:0001635
EHDAA2:0004318
EHDAA:1367
EHDAA:1961
EHDAA:2001
EHDAA:2099
EHDAA:2685
EHDAA:2833
EHDAA:2867
EHDAA:3692
EHDAA:3710
EHDAA:6566
EHDAA:6583
EV:0100315
FMA:9590
GAID:693
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MA:0001116
MESH:A.08.186.566.731
ncithesaurus:Pia_Mater
NIF_GrossAnatomy:nlx_anat_090209
OpenCyc:Mx4rvtesBZwpEbGdrcN5Y29ycA
RETIRED_EHDAA2:0001464

SCTID:362305004
Synonyms: "pia mater of neuraxis" EXACT []
"pial membrane" EXACT [NIF_GrossAnatomy:nlx_anat_090209]
Comments:Editor note: consider adding adjacency relationship to neuraxis (brain+spinal cord); however note that at this time the meninges may be considered part of the nervous system
Alt_id: UBERON:FMA_9590-MA_0001116
Subset: uberon_slim

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:0000391(leptomeninx)



Children

is a:FF:0011168 (pia mater)

Ontology Tree: Loaded from BioPortal

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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:0002361 (pia mater), sorted by p-values
Analyst: Hideya Kawaji

link to source dataset
human : data
mouse : data


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