The AIRR Community recently made a public call for the sharing of AIRR-seq data. In their call they state "... the AIRR-C hereby calls upon its members, and the wider research community, to share experiences, resources, samples, and data as openly and freely as possible, and to work within their respective systems to break down barriers to achieve this goal, subject to the overarching directives of respect, privacy, and protection for patients and all people.
Below you will find up to date user statistics from 2019, including a graph that shows the distribution of users (by EMail domain) as well as the steady growth of new users on the iReceptor Platform since it first came into operation in 2014. Note the users added in 2020 represent users in January only.
This fall, the iReceptor team put together some statistics about the iReceptor Gateway's user demographics, by amount, region, and affiliation. If you'd like more information on our demographics, please get in touch at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
External network access to our service provider, Compute Canada, will be interrupted for at least 1 hour during a 3-hour network maintenance window from 7:00 - 10:00 pm (PDT) / 10:00 pm - 1:00 am (EDT). The iReceptor Gateway and the iReceptor Public Archive repositories will be unavailable at this time.
463M annotated sequences added from two new studies: Vergani, et al. (37M) "Novel Method for High-Throughput Full-Length IGHV-D-J Sequencing of the Immune Repertoire from Bulk B-Cells with Single-Cell Resolution" and Pogorelyy, et al. (426M) "Precise tracking of vaccine-responding T cell clones reveals convergent and personalized response in identical twins" were added to the iReceptor Public Archive.