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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Tutorials and other information unpublished web-based content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

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GenSig
GenSig, a signature analysis web interface, is now available online. It can identify genetic signatures in a DNA alignment with associated phenotypic data. Also we have integrated our signature code into CATNAP allowing signature analysis to be conducted on-the-fly as new bNAb data is entered into the database. 10 January 2019

Recombinant Analysis PRogram (RAPR)
RAPR is now available online. The program uses the Wald-Wolfowitz Runs Test to check for recombination in every triplet in the alignment. 29 November 2018


last modified: Mon Oct 31 13:51 2016


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