There is currently no downloadable version available for the Discotope tool. However, if you are interested, please contact us for more information.
IEDB Tools Downloads
Complete Download: IEDB Analysis Resource Virtual Machine ImageFor users that would like to run the entire analysis resource locally, a virtual machine image file is available with a paid commercial license. The image is kept in sync with the current version of the IEDB Analysis Resource and is updated on a six month cycle. Please contact us for details on licensing options.
Standalone DownloadsMany of the tools hosted on the IEDB-AR are available as command-line tools. They are freely available to academic users through an open source license. Please contact us to inquire about a commercial license or if you have any questions in general. For a complete list of standalone tools, including previous versions, please click here.
Linear B cell epitope predictor
This allows for scoring of amino acid residues using the 6 scale-based methods of the linear B cell epitope prediction tool.
MHC class I & II epitope predictors
For users with batch processing needs, the MHC class I and II binding prediction tools are available as standalone scripts for download. These command line tools are kept in sync with the web tools and should therefore produce the same results as clicking through the web interface.
This will produce the same output as the web version of the tool but does not include the initial template finding functionality. It accepts either a PDB ID or a path to a PDB file as input. Usage instructions are printed by calling the program without any parameters.
Class I Immunogenicity
This tool uses amino acid properties as well as their position within the peptide to predict the immunogenicity of a peptide MHC (pMHC) complex.
Proteasomal Cleavage Prediction
The distributions 'IEDB_NetChop-1.0.tar.gz' contains methods for NetChop, NetCTL and NetCTLpan.
NetChop is a predictor of proteasomal processing based upon a neural network. NetCTL is a predictor of T cell epitopes along a protein sequence. It also employs a neural network architecture. NetCTLpan is an update to the original NetCTL server that allows for prediction of CTL epitope with restriction to any MHC molecules of known protein sequence.
This tool calculates the fraction of individuals predicted to respond to a given epitope set on the basis of HLA genotypic frequencies and on the basis of MHC binding and/or T cell restriction data. HLA allele genotypic frequencies were obtained from Allele Frequency database.
TCRMatch compares input CDR3b sequences against curated CDR3b sequences in the IEDB to find matches that are predicted to share epitope specificity. Matches are determined by sequence similarity, which is scored using a comprehensive k-mer comparison.