H.O. (Ewald) van Dyk MSc

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Melanoma and other cancer cells present neoantigens in the form of peptide-MHCI complexes that are different from self antigens. We are interested in predicting exactly which of these antigens are sufficiently different from self and are likely to elicit an immuno responses in the context of immunotherapy.

We are also interested in predicting which T-cells are likely to bind which antigens. To be exact, given the amino acid sequence of the T-cell reseptor and the peptide-MHCI complex, what will be the bining affinity for the TCR-peptide-MHCI complex?

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  2017 - Scholarly publications
Shugay, Mikhail, Bagaev, Dmitriy V, Zvyagin, Ivan V, Vroomans, Renske M, Crawford, Jeremy Chase, Dolton, Garry, Komech, Ekaterina A, Sycheva, Anastasiya L, Koneva, Anna E, Egorov, Evgeniy S, Eliseev, Alexey V, Van Dyk, Ewald, Dash, Pradyot, Attaf, Meriem, Rius, Cristina, Ladell, Kristin, McLaren, James E, Matthews, Katherine K, Clemens, E Bridie, Douek, Daniel C, Luciani, Fabio, van Baarle, Debbie, Kedzierska, Katherine, Kesmir, Can, Thomas, Paul G, Price, David A, Sewell, Andrew K & Chudakov, Dmitriy M (01.09.2017). VDJdb - a curated database of T-cell receptor sequences with known antigen specificity. Nucleic Acids Research © The Author(s) 2017. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of Nucleic Acids Research..
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