AntigenMap 3D

AntigenMap 3D: an online antigenic cartography resource. Summary: Antigenic cartography is a useful technique to visualize and minimize errors in immunological data by projecting antigens to 2D or 3D cartography. However, a 2D cartography may not be sufficient to capture the antigenic relationship from high-dimensional immunological data. AntigenMap 3D presents an online, interactive, and robust 3D antigenic cartography construction and visualization resource. AntigenMap 3D can be applied to identify antigenic variants and vaccine strain candidates for pathogens with rapid antigenic variations, such as influenza A virus. Availability and implementation: http://sysbio.cvm.msstate.edu/AntigenMap3D

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  1. Moore, James; Ahmed, Hasan; Antia, Rustom: High dimensional random walks can appear low dimensional: application to influenza H3N2 evolution (2018)