Hepatitis C Virus DATABASES

The Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Database Project was initially funded by the Division of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). The HCV database group strives to present HCV-associated, hand-annotated genetic data in a userfriendly way, by providing access to the central database via web-accessible search interfaces and supplying a number of analysis tools.

This project is deeply indebted to the HIV Database Group, led by Dr. Bette Korber, for much of its tools, infrastructure and philosophy; the two databases continue to collaborate closely and to share software and resources.

To our users Please note that the HCV database site is no longer funded by NIH. We try to keep the database updated and the tools running, but we cannot guarantee we can quickly resolve problems.

Sequence Database Immunology Database

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Ebola research capabilities have been enhanced at the LANL Ebola HFV (Hemorrhagic Fever Viruses) database. Tools with new capabilities for Ebola include curated Sequence Alignments, QuickAlign, and Geography Search. More resources will be added in the next few weeks. 25 November 2014

Citing these databases:
HCV sequence database: Kuiken C, Yusim K, Boykin L, Richardson R. The Los Alamos HCV Sequence Database. Bioinformatics(2005), 21(3):379-84.

HCV immunology database: Yusim K, Richardson R, Tao N, Szinger J, Funkhouser R, Korber B, Kuiken C. The Los Alamos Hepatitis C Immunology Database. Applied Bioinformatics 2005;4(4).

Questions or comments? Contact us at hcv-info@lanl.gov