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.

HIVdb Program: Sequence Analysis

Sequence information can be entered in FASTA, plain text, or GRF (Bayer Diagnostics) format. Sequences in FASTA format or plain text can be pasted in the text box (option A) or uploaded (option B). GRF files can only be uploaded (option C). Using options A or B, it is possible to analyze up to 100 sequences at a time (character limit:600,000). Example data set: a small set (n=10)

The output can be customized to display an analysis of sequence quality, mutation comments, mutation scores, and an optional identifier and date. For further explanations and sample datasets please see the Release Notes.

Sequences
 

Text Input

Paste sequence text in the text box below.

Text File Upload

Choose a file to upload from your computer using the file selection box below.

GRF File Upload

Choose a GRF (Bayer Diagnostics) file to upload from your computer using the file selection box below.
Output Analysis:
QA Analysis
Mutation Scores
Mutation Comments
Output Options:
RESET
ANALYZE