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IEDBImmune Epitope Database (molecular targets of the immune system)
IEDBInternational Economic Data Bank (Crawford School of Economics and Government; Australian National University Supercomputer Facility)
IEDBIntegrated Enterprise Database
IEDBIntegrated Engineering Database (various organizations)
IEDBIllinois Economic Development Board
IEDBIntron Evolution Database
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Epitopic analysis of the consensus HCV core using Immune Epitope Database and Analysis resource (http:// identified 183 CD4+ and CD8+ T cell epitopes, with 14 (7.7%) encompassing aa 70 and 29 (15.8%) encompassing aa 91, respectively.
ViPR contains the manually annotated information like sequences, epitopes, 3D protein structures obtained from GenBank, UniProt, PDB(Protein Data Bank), IEDB (Immune Epitope Database), PubMed and Gene Ontology Consortium [27].
Many of these epitopes have now been featured in major scientific journals and deposited in NIAID's central Immune Epitope database (
To calculate the [IC.sub.50] values required for the binding of peptide molecules to the specific MHC alleles, Stabilized Matrix Method (SMM)-based prediction tool in Immune Epitope Database (IEDB) was applied.
The data gathered and reviewed from the scientific literature was deposited into the Immune Epitope Database and Analysis Resource supported by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
The immune epitope database and analysis resource: from vision to blueprint.
Currently, there are a number of online resources providing this type of information [2] but the Immune Epitope Database (IEDB) is the largest and most comprehensive epitope database.
The Immune Epitope Database (IEDB) is a repository for T cell and antibody epitopes reported from the published literature [].
Bourne et al., "The design and implementation of the immune epitope database and analysis resource," Immunogenetics, vol.
The Immune Epitope Database (IEDB) is a free online resource that catalogs and makes accessible to the scientific community epitope-related data derived from allergic diseases, infectious diseases, apart from HIV which is captured separately in the Los Alamos HIV database [1], autoimmune diseases, and diseases associated with transplantation and alloantigens.
T Cell Epitope Prediction Tools from Immune Epitope Database and Analysis Resource (IEDB-AR) were used for the prediction of affinity with MHC class I [30] and MHC class II [31, 32].
The Immune Epitope Database (IEDB) is a comprehensive resource aimed to catalogue experimentally determined B-cell and T-cell epitopes from human, nonhuman primates, and other animal species along with the experimental contexts.
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