Innate immunity databases | Immunology system data analysis
The innate immune system comprises the cells and biological processes involved in the first line of defense against external microbial threats. Innate immunity databases gather resources and information on biochemical processes, cellular interactions, pathways and molecules involved in innate immunity.
Assists user for identification of membrane protein. RBCC is an interactive database for detection of red blood cell (RBC) proteins from mass-spectrometry (MS) data sources. This database integrates data from several resources.
A platform for mycobacterium tuberculosis vaccine. This portal comprises of information about the antigens/epitopes in different mycobacterial strain as well as their differences in sequence and structure.
A manually curated database of antigenic polysaccharides. For convenience to the user, a web interface for searching, advanced searching and browsing data have been integrated in database. This database will be useful for researchers working on polysaccharide-based vaccines.
Provides extensive information about pattern recognition receptors and their ligands. PRRDB is a unique database of its kind, which provides comprehensive information about innate immunity. This database will be very useful in designing effective adjuvant for subunit vaccine and in understanding role of innate immunity.
Contains information regarding the sequence, structure, origin, etc. of an antigen with additional information such as B and T-cell epitopes, MHC binding, function, gene-expression and post translational modifications, where available.
A community-driven web-based resource that aims to provide a portal onto various types of Omics data to facilitate comparative genomic studies, promoter and transcriptional network analyses, models of macrophage pathways together with other information on these cells. To this end, macrophages.com combines public and in-house analyses of expression data with pre-analysed views of co-expressed genes as supported by the network analysis tool BioLayout Express (3D), as well as providing access to maps of pathways active in macrophages.