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.

If you have a general question or comment and don't want to post it in the forums, you should feel free to email us at

Ward Fleri Jul 30 New and Noteworthy

The IEDB exhibit booth will be staffed at the Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (ICAAC) in San Diego, CA, Sept. 18 – 21.  Please drop by to learn more about our re-engineered website and its new features.

Ward Fleri Jul 7 Release Notes

IEDB v3.1.0

  • Updated Immunome Browser graphic interface with revised controls and export features.
  • Added and integrated new polling server to increase performance and manage error conditions.
  • Antigen autocomplete on homepage is now restricted by organism if selected.

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.


Ward Fleri Feb 6 New and Noteworthy

The redesigned IEDB 3.0 website was released as the production website ( on 5 February 2015.  It has been designed to be more user-friendly and more intuitive to use.  A new query interface has been implemented for searches originating from the home page and from the specialized (advanced) search pages.  A new version of the Immunome Browser has also been implemented.  The previous version of the website, referred to as the legacy website, can be accessed from a link on the home page or by going to