VDJbase uses a structured name such as P1_I41_S1 to refer to each sample. The numbers following P, I and S are allocated serially by VDJbase. P indicates the project number. You can see a list of projects on the Explore Data page. I is followed by a number identifying the individual within that project, and… Continue reading AIRR-Seq data: Sample Names
This summer we added human IGK and IGL AIRR-Seq datasets to VDJbase. These comprise those of the IGH studies which also provided light chain sequencing. You can find details of the studies on the Explore Data page – select the required dataset at the top of the page to view statistics.
OGRDB is now accepting V- and J- sequence inferences from the human BCR light and heavy chain. Analysis scripts and submission pages have been updated accordingly.
VDJbase now includes annotations of two sequences of the Rhesus Macaque IGH locus. The first is from the current rheMac10 Reference Assembly, and the second (which is presented as 13 contigs rather than a single assembly) is from a study by Cirelli et al. Annotation was conducted using Digger. Gene names used follow those from… Continue reading Rhesus Macaque Genomic data added
If you use VDJbase in your work, please cite our paper: Aviv Omer, Or Shemesh, Ayelet Peres, Pazit Polak, Adrian J Shepherd, Corey T Watson, Scott D Boyd, Andrew M Collins, William Lees, Gur Yaari, VDJbase: an adaptive immune receptor genotype and haplotype database, Nucleic Acids Research, Volume 48, Issue D1, 08 January 2020, Pages D1051–D1056,… Continue reading Citing VDJbase