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The HIV databases contain comprehensive data on HIV genetic sequences and immunological epitopes. The website also gives access to a large number of tools that can be used to analyze and visualize these data. This project is funded by the Division of AIDS of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), a part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Our content is reviewed by an Editorial Board.

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New tool: CombiNAber
The CombiNAber tool predicts neutralization by combinations of neutralizing antibodies using IC50 and/or IC80 data on individual antibodies as inputs. The output data are IC50/IC80 titers, incomplete neutralization, instantaneous inhibitory potential (IIP), and coverage by multiple active antibodies for antibody combinations. Output analyses include ranking of antibodies/antibody combinations and figures showing the comparison of best antibodies/antibody combinations using the above metrics. 30 January 2017

HIV-1 Antisense Protein alignments
We now provide alignments for the HIV-1 Antisense Protein (ASP). This information is included in the resources on the Special Interest Alignments page. 25 January 2017

New options for CATNAP
The CATNAP family of tools facilitates the analysis of data from neutralizing antibodies, allowing the identification of potential genetic signatures. The analysis interface for anti-HIV NAbs now includes new ways of selecting viruses, including selection by virus panel, tier, subtype, and infection stage. All the data in CATNAP can now be accessed from a download page. 14 December 2016



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