AIRR Community Data Representation paper published in Frontiers in Immunology

The AIRR Community has recently published a paper entitled "AIRR Community Standardized Representations for Annotated Immune Repertoires" in Fronteirs in Immunology. The paper presents a specification for Data Representation of AIRR-seq data that facilitates the sharing of such data. iReceptor team members Brian Corrie and Nishanth Mathandan are co-authors on the paper. 

iReceptor @ BCTech

The iReceptor team participated in SFU's BCTech Research Showcase at this year's BCTech annual event. Pictured is Brian Corrie presenting iReceptor to SFU President Andrew Petter and SFU Vice President Research Joy Johnson.

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