Stanford University HIV Drug Resistance Database - A curated public database designed to represent, store, and analyze the divergent forms of data underlying HIV drug resistance.

A curated public database designed to represent, store, and analyze the divergent forms of data underlying HIV drug resistance.

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HBV RT: BLAST Hits

AnnotationDescription
HBVDB The sequences are in the HBV Drug Resistance Database
Pending The sequences and associated data should be added to the HBV Drug Resistance Database within about three months.
Unpublished The paper describing the sequences has not yet been published. There is currently insufficient information to add the sequences and associated data to the HBV Drug Resistance Database. The sequences from these studies will be re-examined every three months.
HBV Rx and/or other data NA There is insufficient information about the sequences to add them to the Database. Either the treatment history or the provenance of the virus isolates are missing. In most cases, the authors of the paper in which the sequences were published have been contacted and this information has been requested.
Laboratory/experimental isolate Sequences submitted to GenBank more than once or derived from a previously submitted sequence through experimental manipulation either in vitro or in a primate model have not been added to the HBV Drug Resistance Database
Case report(s) / study subset Case reports of complete genomic sequences that were submitted to GenBank because of some unusual characteristic unrelated to sequence diversity (e.g. a strain with unique tropism characteristics, or a strain associated with an epidemiologic cluster). A subset of sequences obtained from a large study is not added, if the subset is highly unrepresentative of the larger study.
Gene fragment(s) Sequences containing only a small proportion of the RT or sequences not containing RT positions 180 to 240 are not added
Sequence quality Sequences with many stop codons, reading frame shifts, or highly ambiguous nucleotides are not added to the HBV Drug Resistance Database.
Evolution/quasispecies study Study contains many clones and/or sequences from a few individuals that address questions about HBV evolution. These studies are currently not being added to the Database. This decision will be re-evaluated as more resources become available.
New The sequences have been newly submitted to GenBank.

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