HIV molecular immunology database

 

HIV Molecular Immunology Database

The HIV Molecular Immunology Database is an annotated, searchable collection of HIV-1 cytotoxic and helper T-cell epitopes and antibody binding sites.

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Immune Epitope Database User Workshop October 24 - 25, 2016
The IEDB is an NIH-supported, freely available resource that provides access to published data related to antibody and T cell epitopes, as well as online tools for prediction and further analysis of immune epitopes. A HIV Database Workshop presented by Los Alamos National Laboratory staff is included as part of the IEDB User Workshop. Applications must be submitted by 31 August 2016

HIV Sequence Compendium 2016
HIV Sequence Compendium 2016 is now available online. The 2016 Compendium is only available online in PDF format. 11 August 2016

Improvements to Pixel
The Pixel tool provides quality control for alignments by producing a graphic image with colored pixels corresponding to nucleotide or amino acid residues. A new Advanced version of the tool provides new color schemes and allows users more control over the appearance of the image. 07 July 2016

Improvements to Highlighter
The Highlighter tool provides a graphical view of sequence matches, mismatches, transitions, transversions, silent, and non-silent mutations in protein or nucleotide alignments. The major new feature is the highlighting of glycosylation motifs in amino acid alignments. Minor improvements include the ability to change the width of the tic marks, revised logic for transition/transversion highlighting, and new options for matches highlighting. 06 July 2016

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