Applied Bioinformatics

, Volume 4, Issue 4, pp 217–225

Los Alamos Hepatitis C Immunology Database

Authors

    • Theoretical Biology and BiophysicsLos Alamos National Laboratory
  • Russell Richardson
    • Theoretical Biology and BiophysicsLos Alamos National Laboratory
  • Ning Tao
    • Theoretical Biology and BiophysicsLos Alamos National Laboratory
  • Anita Dalwani
    • Theoretical Biology and BiophysicsLos Alamos National Laboratory
  • Ashish Agrawal
    • Theoretical Biology and BiophysicsLos Alamos National Laboratory
  • James Szinger
    • Theoretical Biology and BiophysicsLos Alamos National Laboratory
  • Robert Funkhouser
    • Theoretical Biology and BiophysicsLos Alamos National Laboratory
  • Bette Korber
    • Theoretical Biology and BiophysicsLos Alamos National Laboratory
  • Carla Kuiken
    • Theoretical Biology and BiophysicsLos Alamos National Laboratory
Database Report

DOI: 10.2165/00822942-200504040-00002

Cite this article as:
Yusim, K., Richardson, R., Tao, N. et al. Appl-Bioinformatics (2005) 4: 217. doi:10.2165/00822942-200504040-00002

Abstract

The Los Alamos Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Sequence Database (http://hcv.lanl.gov or http://hcv-db.org) was officially launched in September 2003. The sister HCV Immunology Database was made public in September 2004. The HCV Immunology Database is based on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Immunology Database. The HCV Immunology Database contains a curated inventory of immunological epitopes in HCV and their interaction with the immune system, with associated retrieval and analysis tools. This article describes in detail the types of data and services that the new database offers, the tools provided and the database framework. The data and some of the HCV database tools are available for download for non-commercial use.

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