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HIV Sequence Database

Programs and Tools

Search Interface retrieves HIV and SIV sequences, which can then be aligned and used to build trees

Geography Search Interface retrieves HIV sequences based on geographical distribution

Genome Browser uses jBrowse to display diverse data about the HIV-1 genome and proteome

Tools for working with sequences lists all our online tools, organized by function

Alignments

HIV Premade Alignments includes Consensus and Ancestral Sequences, Subtype Reference Alignments, and Complete Alignments

Information

HIV Sequence Compendium print or order our annual publication

Tutorials and other information unpublished web-based content

Links to other HIV/AIDS tools and information

About this website

FAQ general information about this website

Site Statistics usage information for www.hiv.lanl.gov

How to Cite this Database

Editorial Board

 

Archived News News


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


last modified: Mon Oct 31 13:51 2016


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