IEDB Solutions Center

Stephen Wilson October 8, 2008 General Announcements and Updates

Welcome to the Solutions Center. Here you can submit a help request using the New option in the menu above, or you can search or browse our Knowledge Base and Forums (on the right). If you register, you can track your help requests and post topics to the Forums.

User Documentation is available here.

Video Tutorials are available here.

Other tutorial and reference material is available here.

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J. Greenbaum Nov 11 Release Notes

v2.14 - November 2015

Class I Immunogenicity predictor

  • migrated into Django framework for consistent look and feel with the rest of the site
  • standalone version now available

B cell linear epitope predictor

  • Default threshold now set to average score


  • 2013 training dataset made available to public


  • Bug fixes and stability improvements throughout

Ward Fleri Oct 23 Release Notes

This topic contains the release notes for IEDB version 3.2.0.

 IEDB v3.2.0

  • Improved speed of homepage and specialized searches.
  • Added/revised help links.
  • Corrected several defects and inconsistencies throughout the site.

Ward Fleri Aug 28 Tutorials and Reference Materials

The attached PDF file includes documentation of IEDB Version 3.0.  It contains instructions and graphical examples of the IEDB user interface.  Below is an introductory paragraph.

The Immune Epitope Database and Analysis Resource (IEDB) is a public repository of immune epitope data and is sponsored by the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).  The IEDB development started in December 2003 and it became available to the public in a beta test phase on 15 February 2006.  The IEDB contains data related to antibody and T cell epitopes for humans, non-human primates, rodents, and other animal species.  The IEDB also makes available a variety of analytical and epitope prediction tools and resources within its Analysis Resource.  Since its initial release, the IEDB functionality has been incrementally improved and enhanced.  A major redesign of the underlying data schema and the web interface was released in February 2015and was designated IEDB 3.0.  Several updates have been deployed since that time.  This document described the features of IEDB Release 3.3 as of August 2015.

Ward Fleri Apr 19 New and Noteworthy

The 2015 IEDB User Workshop will be held October 28 - 29 National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, 5601 Fishers Lane, Rockville, Maryland, 20852, USA.  Details can be found at http://workshop.iedb.orgApplication deadline is 31 August 2015Limited funds are available for travel fellowships to help defray transportation and lodging expenses only, and applications for such funds must be received by 10 August 2015.  Contact for further information and applications.