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|def="A system of fluid passages in the inner ear, including both the cochlea, which is part of the auditory system, and the vestibular system, which provides the sense of balance. The bony labyrinth, or osseous labyrinth, is the network of passages with bony walls lined with periosteum. The bony labyrinth is lined with the membranous labyrinth. There is a layer of perilymph between them. The three parts of the bony labyrinth are the vestibule of the ear, the semicircular canals, and the cochlea. The vestibular system is the region of the inner ear where the semicircular canals converge, close to the cochlea (the hearing organ). The vestibular system works with the visual system to keep objects in focus when the head is moving. Joint and muscle receptors also are important in maintaining balance. The brain receives, interprets, and processes the information from these systems that control our balance. [WP,unvetted]." [Wikipedia:Bony_labyrinth]
 
|def="A system of fluid passages in the inner ear, including both the cochlea, which is part of the auditory system, and the vestibular system, which provides the sense of balance. The bony labyrinth, or osseous labyrinth, is the network of passages with bony walls lined with periosteum. The bony labyrinth is lined with the membranous labyrinth. There is a layer of perilymph between them. The three parts of the bony labyrinth are the vestibule of the ear, the semicircular canals, and the cochlea. The vestibular system is the region of the inner ear where the semicircular canals converge, close to the cochlea (the hearing organ). The vestibular system works with the visual system to keep objects in focus when the head is moving. Joint and muscle receptors also are important in maintaining balance. The brain receives, interprets, and processes the information from these systems that control our balance. [WP,unvetted]." [Wikipedia:Bony_labyrinth]
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|comment=Ideally we would place a spatially disjoint from relationship to membranous labyrinth, but there are many parts in common. this should be resolved.
 
|comment=Ideally we would place a spatially disjoint from relationship to membranous labyrinth, but there are many parts in common. this should be resolved.
 
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Revision as of 08:00, 26 June 2012

Name:bony labyrinth
Definition:"A system of fluid passages in the inner ear, including both the cochlea, which is part of the auditory system, and the vestibular system, which provides the sense of balance. The bony labyrinth, or osseous labyrinth, is the network of passages with bony walls lined with periosteum. The bony labyrinth is lined with the membranous labyrinth. There is a layer of perilymph between them. The three parts of the bony labyrinth are the vestibule of the ear, the semicircular canals, and the cochlea. The vestibular system is the region of the inner ear where the semicircular canals converge, close to the cochlea (the hearing organ). The vestibular system works with the visual system to keep objects in focus when the head is moving. Joint and muscle receptors also are important in maintaining balance. The brain receives, interprets, and processes the information from these systems that control our balance. [WP,unvetted]." [Wikipedia:Bony_labyrinth]
Xrefs:
links:

AAO:0011078
BTO:0004685
EV:0100362
FMA:60179
[ Gray920.png Gray920.png]
[ 200px-Gray920.png 200px-Gray920.png]
MA:0000238
ncithesaurus:Osseous_Labyrinth
SCTID:279727008
VHOG:0001219

XAO:0000193
Synonyms: "labyrinthus osseus" RELATED LATIN [Wikipedia:Bony_labyrinth]
"osseous labyrinth" EXACT []
"osseus labyrinth" RELATED []
Comments:Ideally we would place a spatially disjoint from relationship to membranous labyrinth, but there are many parts in common. this should be resolved.
Alt_id: UBERON:FMA_60179-MA_0000238-XAO_0000193
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:0000477(anatomical cluster),UBERON:0004121(ectoderm-derived structure),UBERON:0010314(structure with developmental contribution from neural crest)



Children

part of:UBERON:0001844 (cochlea)

Ontology Tree: Loaded from BioPortal

Ontorolgy tree(Small window open)

FF samples
It includes FANTOM5 samples that overlay the Uberon ontology


Mouse (Mus musculus)

  • 12157-128G6 (Sox2+ Supporting cells - organ of corti, pool1)
  • 12158-128G7 (Atoh+ Inner ear hair cells - organ of corti, pool1)
  • 12215-129E1 (Inner ear stem cells, 1st generation stem cells, pool1)
  • 12216-129E2 (Inner ear stem cells, 4th generation stem cells, pool1)
  • 12217-129E3 (Inner ear stem cells, differentiation, day03, pool1)
  • 12218-129E4 (Inner ear stem cells, differentiation, day10, pool1)


Enrichment analysis: top 100 FFCP enriched with this ontology term TOP 100 FANTOM5 Cage Peaks enriched with UBERON:0001839 (bony labyrinth), sorted by p-values
Analyst: Hideya Kawaji

link to source dataset
human : data
mouse : data


P-valueFFCPShort description
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr7:133957514..133957529,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr7:133957514..133957529, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr7:109052262..109052291,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p1@Tomt
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr15:58480061..58480066,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p5@Fer1l6
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr12:13508015..13508019,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr12:13508015..13508019, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr4:133802857..133802884,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr4:133802857..133802884, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr13:78257518..78257522,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr13:78257518..78257522, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr16:96494788..96494801,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p12@B3galt5
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr2:53464178..53464186,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr2:53464178..53464186, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr7:133957514..133957529,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr7:133957514..133957529, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr9:42207792..42207805,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p11@Tecta
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr18:81314626..81314636,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5+, p@chr18:81314626..81314636
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr2:128881546..128881553,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr2:128881546..128881553, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr8:13414266..13414279,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr8:13414266..13414279, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr10:108316802..108316807,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr10:108316802..108316807, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr16:93971357..93971363,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr16:93971357..93971363, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr15:103146966..103146971,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr15:103146966..103146971, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr11:102123535..102123544,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p5@BC030867
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr9:42207887..42207960,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p1@Tecta
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr2:121206667..121206674,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p2@Strc
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr2:9811162..9811171,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p2@9230102O04Rik
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr13:78257491..78257498,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr13:78257491..78257498, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chrX:154140800..154140810,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chrX:154140800..154140810, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr14:47293487..47293493,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr14:47293487..47293493, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr1:172843813..172843834,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr1:172843813..172843834, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr18:66033526..66033539,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr18:66033526..66033539, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr17:27252925..27252939,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr17:27252925..27252939, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr6:113251606..113251613,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr6:113251606..113251613, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr17:13983102..13983126,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr17:13983102..13983126, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr5:150945209..150945220,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr5:150945209..150945220, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr11:4689776..4689785,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr11:4689776..4689785, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr10:97109753..97109764,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p3@Epyc
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr3:154693281..154693317,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr3:154693281..154693317, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr9:42207375..42207384,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr9:42207375..42207384, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr19:4140290..4140321,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p2@Gpr152
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr10:107349378..107349390,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p1@Otogl
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr2:121206667..121206674,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p2@Strc
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr12:13572961..13572974,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr12:13572961..13572974, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr15:89215306..89215315,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr15:89215306..89215315, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr7:29733825..29733837,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr7:29733825..29733837, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr3:69811606..69811616,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p2@Otol1
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr10:80806020..80806031,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p3@Gipc3
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr1:182528371..182528385,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr1:182528371..182528385, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr16:93971325..93971337,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr16:93971325..93971337, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr17:31335869..31335899,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p1@Tmprss3
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr6:29428397..29428407,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr6:29428397..29428407, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr17:31335869..31335899,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p1@Tmprss3
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr5:30710403..30710406,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p10@Otof
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr11:4689837..4689845,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr11:4689837..4689845, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr4:151505798..151505818,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p21@Espn
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr7:109052262..109052291,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p1@Tomt
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr15:89215306..89215315,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr15:89215306..89215315, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr17:13983160..13983167,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr17:13983160..13983167, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr5:144115382..144115389,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr5:144115382..144115389, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr3:81012915..81012923,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr3:81012915..81012923, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr1:43454162..43454170,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr1:43454162..43454170, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr9:42207983..42207995,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p3@Tecta
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr19:10536797..10536802,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr19:10536797..10536802, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr13:48087761..48087775,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr13:48087761..48087775, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr13:43699188..43699216,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr13:43699188..43699216, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr4:130461150..130461185,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr4:130461150..130461185, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr5:28035962..28035983,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr5:28035962..28035983, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr3:35012397..35012405,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr3:35012397..35012405, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr9:42207998..42208009,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p6@Tecta
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr11:102123554..102123566,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p4@BC030867
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr13:76964459..76964469,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p15@Mctp1
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr7:109265277..109265288,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p4@Chrna10
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr8:13414289..13414295,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr8:13414289..13414295, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr1:182528388..182528403,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr1:182528388..182528403, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr1:93218694..93218705,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p1@Espnl
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr4:115556939..115556945,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p4@Kncn
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr9:42207375..42207384,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr9:42207375..42207384, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr18:66033526..66033539,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr18:66033526..66033539, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr19:22767090..22767099,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p18@Trpm3
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr6:86746562..86746579,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr6:86746562..86746579, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr9:42207792..42207805,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p11@Tecta
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr11:89702580..89702593,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr11:89702580..89702593, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr19:21028739..21028785,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p1@Tmc1
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr5:68423014..68423037,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p1@Grxcr1
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr5:30710403..30710406,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p10@Otof
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr8:94180607..94180619,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr8:94180607..94180619, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr1:172843796..172843799,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr1:172843796..172843799, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr2:75320183..75320189,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr2:75320183..75320189, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr14:47293496..47293510,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr14:47293496..47293510, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr14:102297728..102297742,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr14:102297728..102297742, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr9:92087926..92087938,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p2@Plscr5
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr11:75421384..75421397,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr11:75421384..75421397, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr5:147854240..147854249,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr5:147854240..147854249, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr12:77084875..77084885,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr12:77084875..77084885, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr10:107349418..107349423,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p5@Otogl
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr6:30619443..30619450,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p13@Tsga14
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr1:93218682..93218691,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p2@Espnl
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr10:107156949..107156956,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p3@Ptprq
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr4:101908153..101908163,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr4:101908153..101908163, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr9:66860888..66860899,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr9:66860888..66860899, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr12:13508015..13508019,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr12:13508015..13508019, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr14:20649897..20649907,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr14:20649897..20649907, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr3:154459184..154459195,+#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr3:154459184..154459195, +
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE2:Mm9::chr9:41495920..41495928,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr9:41495920..41495928, -
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr16:45693840..45693856,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p1@Tmprss7
1.87e-86FFCP PHASE1:Mm9::chr14:63099970..63099980,-#_b83c4e0352264330133041023bf95ed5p@chr14:63099970..63099980, -