Accelerating scientific discovery with database integrations

Public databases with immune repertoire data contain a wealth of information on B and T cell receptors in different experimental settings. Researchers can explore and compare against these datasets to gain an in-depth understanding of their receptors of interest, or to enlarge the scope of their research project.

What will you learn?

With new sequences added on a daily basis, public data repositories are ever-expanding. However, the tooling required for efficient exploration of large-scale databases and especially the integration with in-house datasets has so far been lacking.

In this webinar, we will discuss how you can query your data against hundreds of millions of sequences that have been characterized by researchers worldwide. Discover how you can leverage public databases to efficiently learn more about your clones of interest and take your research to the next level.

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In this webinar, we will demonstrate:
  • How to address key challenges of working with large T and B cell receptor datasets
  • How to efficiently browse through internal and external Rep-Seq datasets in a code-free and scalable environment
  • How to compare your data against valuable repositories such as the IEDB and the VDJdb to gain additional understanding of your receptor sequences