MOESM2 of Epitope-based peptide vaccine design and target site depiction against Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus: an immune-informatics study

  • Muhammad Tahir ul Qamar (Contributor)
  • Saman Saleem (Contributor)
  • Usman Ali Ashfaq (Contributor)
  • Amna Bari (Contributor)
  • Farooq Anwar (Contributor)
  • Safar M. Alqahtani (Contributor)



Additional file 2: Table S1. Physico-Chemical parameters of spike (S) protein computed through ExPASy ProtParam server. Table S2. Predicted disulphide bonds within residues of S protein via DiANNA 1.1 web Server. The bonds with lowest Score indicated as red colours are weak bonds. Table S3. Emini surface accessibility prediction results computed through IEDB Analysis Resource. Table S4. Conservancy results of B-cells and T-cells (MHC Class-I and II) epitopes among all 8 MERS-CoV isolates of distinct countries (Saudi Arabia, Abu Dhabi, Jordan, South Korea, Qatar, Thailand, USA and UK) have been shown. The analyses were done utilizing the IEDB Analysis Resource.
Date made available9 Nov 2019
PublisherFigshare - Springer

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