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Disease Ontology (DO): fungal infectious disease

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Root: DO Hierarchy (disease ontology from University of Maryland)

Shortest distance to current term (+ for parents, - for children) DO term [DO ID] <#Children> (#SF|#FA) #Supra-domain
(Single|Duplex|Triple)
+ + 2:   disease [DOID:4] <8>
+ 1:   disease by infectious agent [DOID:0050117] <4>(37|50) (40|21|10)
0:   fungal infectious disease [DOID:1564] <4>(4|2) (4|0|0)
- 1:   superficial mycosis [DOID:0050133] <4>(0|0) (0|0|0)
- 1:   subcutaneous mycosis [DOID:0050135] <3>(0|0) (0|0|0)
- 1:   cutaneous mycosis [DOID:0050134] <2>(0|0) (0|0|0)
- 1:   systemic mycosis [DOID:0050136] <2>(4|2) (4|0|0)


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Superfamily

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SCOP termFDR (all)Annotation (direct or inherited)
Toll/Interleukin receptor TIR domain0.00001536Direct
L domain-like0.002579Inherited
4-helical cytokines0.003905Inherited
C-type lectin-like0.04549Inherited


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Family

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SCOP termFDR (all)Annotation (direct or inherited)
Toll/Interleukin receptor TIR domain0.00001235Direct
C-type lectin domain0.02497Inherited


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Supra-domain (including individual superfamily)

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Supra-domain (Single) FDR (all) Annotation (direct or inherited)
Toll/Interleukin receptor TIR domain0.000008516Direct
L domain-like0.0017Inherited
4-helical cytokines0.002622Inherited
C-type lectin-like0.03441Inherited


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