Randi Vita

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  • Randi Vita created an article,

    Meet the IEDB at ASM Microbe!

     If you will be in Atlanta, Ga June 7th-11th, 2018 come by the IEDB booth at ASM Microbe.    

  • Randi Vita created an article,

    IEDB FAIRness

    Read our new publication assessing how well the IEDB complies with the FAIR principles of Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability and Reusability. These principles have been identified as goal...

  • Randi Vita created an article,

    TCR and Antibody Sequence Data

    The IEDB now provides T cell receptor (TCR) and antibody (B cell receptor, BCR) sequence data. This data is presented on a new Results page tab and can be searched via a new Results page search pan...

  • Randi Vita created an article,

    Diseases in IEDB 3.0

    This query feature allows users to query for the disease state of the host as stated by the authors.  Users can select from the radio buttons for the higher level disease categories of Any Disease,...

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    What is new in IEDB 3.0?

    The IEDB 3.0 site is publicly available as the default IEDB website (http://www.iedb.org).  This newly designed interface includes new search functionality, including the ability to filter query re...

  • Randi Vita created an article,

    Immunome Browser 3.0

    Immunome Browser maps and visualizes queried in IEDB linear peptidic epitopes along the length of a protein sequence (a target, or reference, protein). The purpose of the tool is to allow users exp...

  • Randi Vita created an article,

    Protein Branch of the Molecule Finder

    Individual GenPept proteins utilized by IEDB data are assigned to parent proteins from reference proteomes by sequence homology. These reference proteomes are graded by a star system that reflects ...

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    Host Search 3.0

    The IEDB captures immune epitope data for all hosts described in the published literature. These span from humans to primates, goats, cows, dogs, rodents, camels, or any other species utilized in a...

  • Randi Vita created an article,

    IEDB Epitopes

    In order to be consistent across all publications, the IEDB defines an epitope as peptides less than or equal to 50 amino acids in size and non-peptidic structures less than or equal to 5000 Dalton...

  • Randi Vita created an article,

    Questions About the Data in the IEDB

    Qualitative Values A common question we get is how do we assign a qualitative value to the data? All data entered into the IEDB is entered  as having either a positive or negative outcome. This va...