Table 3

Representative alleles

Supertype

NetCTL

EpiJen

MAPPP

MHC-pathway

WAPP


A1

HLA-A*0101

HLA-A*0101

HLA-A1

HLA-A*0101

HLA-A*01

A2

HLA-A*0201

HLA-A*0201

HLA-A*0201

HLA-A*0201

HLA-A*0201

A3

HLA-A*0301

HLA-A*0301

HLA-A3

HLA-A*0301

HLA-A*03

A24

HLA-A*2402

HLA-A*24

HLA-A24

HLA-A*2402

N/A

A26

HLA-A*2601

N/A

N/A*

HLA-A*2601

N/A

B7

HLA-B*0702

HLA-B*07

HLA-B7

HLA-B*0702

N/A

B8

HLA-B*0801

N/A

HLA-B8

HLA-B*0801

N/A

B27

HLA-B*2705

HLA-B*27

HLA-B*2705

HLA-B*2705

HLA-B*2705

B39

HLA-B*3901

N/A

HLA-B*3901

N/A

N/A

B44

HLA-B*4001

HLA-B*40

HLA-B40

HLA-B*4002

N/A

B58

HLA-B*5801

N/A

HLA-B*5801

HLA-B*5801

N/A

B62

HLA-B*1501

N/A

HLA-B62

HLA-B*1501

N/A

# epitope-protein pairs

216

188

214

215

131


The table shows which alleles are used for representing the supertypes in the HIV and HIVEpiJen datasets. The first column gives the HLA supertype, the next five columns give the alleles used a supertype representatives for each of the five prediction method NetCTL-1.2, EpiJen, MAPPP, MHC-pathway, and WAPP, respectively. The lower row (N) gives the total number of epitope-protein pairs in the HIV dataset covered by each of the five prediction methods. *A MHC type termed HLA-A26 was listed, but did not produce any results.

Larsen et al. BMC Bioinformatics 2007 8:424   doi:10.1186/1471-2105-8-424

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