Viruses Databases at

This section give access to viruses' sequence databases which we mirror and manage in our bioinformatics servers. These include the Stanford HIV Drug Resistance Database, RegaDB and the RNA VIrus Database.

Bioinformatics Tools

Southern African Mirror of the Stanford HIV Drug Resistance Database (HIVDB) A curated public database designed to represent, store, and analyze the divergent forms of data underlying HIV drug resistance.

SATuRN RegaDB Clinical Resistance Database*  This copy of the database is accessible to SATuRN collaborators. RegaDB is a open source clinical management bioinformatics database developed in Leuven, Belgium. RegaDB can be used to manage patients on ARVs and to do research on HIV-1 drug resistance clinical cases.
RNA Virus Database - An international collaboration to create a relational database to all RNA virus genomes.

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