We are happy to announce a third Single Cell AIRRseq study available in the AIRR Data Commons. Rearrangement, Single Cell and Gene Expression data from Minervina et al. SARS-CoV-2 antigen exposure history shapes phenotypes and specificity of memory CD8+ T cells added to the AIRR Data Commons and searchable through the iReceptor Gateway.
We are happy to announce a second Single Cell AIRRseq study available in the AIRR Data Commons. Single Cell and Gene Expression data from Wen et al. Immune cell profiling of COVID-19 patients in the recovery stage by single-cell sequencing added to the already existing bulk AIRR-seq study, searchable through the iReceptor Gateway.
We are pleased to announce the addition of a new repository and new T1D study in the AIRR Data Commons, searchable of course through the iReceptor Gateway. Repository and study created in collaboration with Nina Prak and group at UPenn. 124 repertoires and 1.1M rearrangements from The Human Pancreas Analysis Program are now available on line.
A second T1D study has been added to the AIRR Data Commons, searchable through the iReceptor Gateway. Working with Todd Brusko's group at the University of Florida, we have curated 6.9M annotated TCRs/BCRs from Seay et al. "Tissue distribution and clonal diversity of the T and B cell repertoire in type 1 diabetes" Follow our twitter conversation discussing our expanding collaboration with the T1D community, including additional curated data sets soon.
iReceptor v4.0 is here!
We are proud to announce the release of iReceptor v4.0, implementing the AIRR v1.4 specification, including new Single Cell capabilities. See the iReceptor v4.0 release document for more details on the many new capabilities and our Documentation pages on how to use these capabilities.
The iReceptor Gateway and the iReceptor managed AIRR Data Commons repositories (IPA, COVID19, airr-seq.vdjbase.org, roche-airr.ireceptor.org) will be down from 07:00 to 17:00 December 7th, 2022. This downtime is required to deploy v4.0 of the iReceptor Platform. Apologies for the convenience, but we think the new features will be worth it!
We are happy to announce the results of several years worth of standards setting work with our colleagues in the AIRR Community, resulting in the release of the AIRR Community Standard v1.4, including v1.2 of the AIRR Data Commons API (ADC API) to query AIRR compliant data repositories (see the AIRR Community v1.4 new release).
All services back online! Due to networking issues the iReceptor Gateway was unavailable from 09:30 - 11:00 Pacific time, apologies for the inconvenience.