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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Conservation Analysis of Dengue Virus T-cell Epitope-Based Vaccine Candidates Using Peptide Block Entropy.

The frequency of the 190 known epitopes sorted from most to least frequent.

Lars Rønn Olsen, et al. Front Immunol. 2011;2:69.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Conservation Analysis of Dengue Virus T-cell Epitope-Based Vaccine Candidates Using Peptide Block Entropy.

(A) The number of 9-mer peptides required to cover 99% of a block, for each possible start position in the proteome. (B) The number of 9-mer peptides required to cover 99% of a block, sorted in increasing order.

Lars Rønn Olsen, et al. Front Immunol. 2011;2:69.
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Figure 3. From: Conservation Analysis of Dengue Virus T-cell Epitope-Based Vaccine Candidates Using Peptide Block Entropy.

X, Y scatter plot of the number of peptides required for 99% coverage of a given block, against the entropy of each given block. The black diamonds correspond to blocks in which no peptides are predicted to bind to the HLA. The blue circles indicate that some, but not all, peptides within that block are predicted to be epitopes. The red squares indicate that all peptides within the block are predicted to bind the same HLA type.

Lars Rønn Olsen, et al. Front Immunol. 2011;2:69.
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Figure 4. From: Conservation Analysis of Dengue Virus T-cell Epitope-Based Vaccine Candidates Using Peptide Block Entropy.

(A) Sequence logo plot of the residues in the block starting at position 388 of the MSA of NS3 protein sequences. The sequence logo was generated using WebLogo (http://weblogo.berkeley.edu/). (B) Shows a peptide block logo of the peptides in the same block. The block logo was generated locally using the Block Logo tool. The colors of the amino acids correspond to their chemical properties: polar amino acids (G, S, T, Y, C, Q, and N) are shown in green, basic amino acids (K, R, and H) are shown in blue, acidic amino acids (D and E) are shown in red, and hydrophobic amino acids (A, V, L, I, P, W, F, and M) are shown in black.

Lars Rønn Olsen, et al. Front Immunol. 2011;2:69.

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