Introduction to OGRDB

Introduction to OGRDB In recent years it has become possible to sequence immune receptor repertoires (immunoglobulins and T cell receptors) at great depth. The accurate analysis of these repertoires requires a comprehensive understanding of the germline genes that give rise to the repertoire through V(D)J gene recombination. Even for well-studied species such as humans and… Continue reading Introduction to OGRDB

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Submitting inferences to OGRDB

If you have identified previously undocumented alleles in AIRR-Seq repertoires, we invite you to submit them to OGRDB for review and possible inclusion in published germline reference sets. At present, you can submit human IGH, IGK and IGL V-sequences for consideration. We hope to extend this to cover more species and loci soon. Qualification criteria… Continue reading Submitting inferences to OGRDB

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Creating a select set

A select set is a set of reads taken from a single repertoire that directly support a specific inference. In outline, the process to create the set is as follows: For a paired-end-read dataset, merge all paired-end reads Align reads to the inferred allele reference Filter the output to an identity of at least 96%… Continue reading Creating a select set

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