NAR Molecular Biology Database Collection entry number 799
Toseland C.P., Clayton D.J., McSparron H., Hemsley S.L., Blythe M.J., Paine K., Doytchinova I.A., Guan P., Hattotuwagama C.K. and Flower D.R.
Aston Pharmacy School, School of Life and Health Sciences, Aston University, Aston Triangle, Birmingham, B4 7ET

Database Description

Quantitative binding data for peptides and proteins of immunological interest

Recent Developments

Although it effectively supercedes JenPep, AntiJen is an entirely different, and massively enhanced, database. JenPep will remain on the web at While there are no immediate plans to remove it, JenPep will no longer be updated.


Initial funding for AntiJen was provided by GlaxoSmithkline, BBSRC, MRC, and the UK Department of Health.


C P Toseland, D J Clayton, H McSparron, S L Hemsley, M J Blythe, K Paine, I A Doytchinova, P Guan, C K Hattotuwagama, & D R Flower. AntiJen: a quantitative immunology database integrating functional, thermodynamic, kinetic, biophysical, and cellular data. Immunome Research, 1:4. Online at

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