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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


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


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Tutorials and other information unpublished web-based content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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IQ-TREE interface
IQ-tree is a fast and effective stochastic algorithm for finding ML trees. We have developed a convenient web server for building trees with this method. A nice feature of this method is the ability to output a table of site-specific rates of evolution for each position in the alignment. 18 September 2017

IEDB User Workshop 2017
The Immune Epitope Database (IEDB) will hold its 2017 User Workshop on October 25-26, 2017 in Rockville, Maryland. Staff from the LANL HIV Databases will be there to talk about our Immunology Database, Sequence Database, and bioinformatics tools. More information is available at 18 July 2017

HIV Sequence Compendium 2017
HIV Sequence Compendium 2017 is now available online. The 2017 Compendium is only available online in PDF format. 03 July 2017

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