A database designed to collect the published data regarding the nonspecific immunological effects of reagents (e.g., siRNAs, shRNAs, sh-miRs, and anti-miRs) observed in investigated cell lines and model organisms. RNAimmuno is also designed to be the comprehensive source of knowledge regarding different aspects of these immunological off-target effects. Currently, the database contains more than 2000 records, most of which describe the effects caused by various siRNA reagents.
Includes multi-photon intravital video microscopy (MP-IVM) videos of immune cells, together with their relative tracks which were manually annotated by experts. LTDB is an online database that aims to represent a training dataset for supervised machine learning methods. It can provide the large number of images-tracks pairs required for the training of predictive models.
Supplies information about mutations reported in the F9 gene prior. FACTORIX is a repository that permits users to find data for all the sequence, structural and statistical information for the mutations. The online interface of this database allows researchers to submit new mutations and also to contribute to the genetic services provided.
Defines profiles, signatures, fingerprints of steady-state and activated human immune system. Through the HITC, well-characterized human cohorts are studied using a variety of modern analytic tools, including multiplex transcriptional, cytokine, and proteomic assays; multiparameter phenotyping of leukocyte subsets; assessment of leukocyte functional status; and multiple computational methods. It creates centralized knowledge base and resources to facilitate investigations of human immunity and develop novel applications for human disease.
Facilitates the reutilization of immune-related scRNA-seq datasets ready for analysis and visualization of reads at the single-cell level. JingleBells provides data of publicly available immune-related scRNA-seq datasets. It contains alignments between the reads to the relevant genome and conserved them in a uniform format, annotated for cell of origin. The database can help the user to estimate cell-specific preferences for splicing, mutation load, or alleles in a gene thank to the visualization of the reads aligned to this gene.
Allows users to investigate phenotype and genotype relationships in FXI gene (F11) mutations. FactorXI is an online database that includes several features for: (1) searching information; (2) obtaining information about mutation data; or (3) displaying patient data. It can be used to retrieve data on mutations for a specific codon number. This platform also provides an amino acid sequences map.