ImmPort's latest data release contains over 5,000 measurements across 32 studies. Data types include ELISA, RNA sequencing, and more. Multiple research areas are included, such as COVID-19, organ transplant, preterm birth, and clinical trials data. As a reminder, all ImmPort datasets are freely available upon registration and can be queried and downloaded using either a web browser or API.
To view all studies associated with this release, see the Data Release 46 notes. A sampling of new studies are noted below.
Publication(s): Clinical Protocol for a Longitudinal Cohort Study Employing Systems Biology to Identify Markers of Vaccine Immunogenicity in Newborn Infants in The Gambia and Papua New Guinea.. Frontiers in Pediatrics Apr 2020. doi: 10.3389/fped.2020.00197 [Pubmed: 32426309]
Publication(s): CyTOF Profiling of Zika and Dengue Virus-Infected Human Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells Identifies Phenotypic Signatures of Monotype Subsets and Upregulation of the Interferon-Inducible Protein CD169.. mSphere Jun 2021. doi: 10.1128/mSphere.00505-21 [Pubmed: 34160241]
New ImmPort Data Management and Sharing Plan Resources
In response to the new NIH Data Management Sharing Policy, ImmPort has developed a Data Management and Sharing Plan (DMSP) page with resources to assist researchers who plan to share their data through ImmPort. This new page includes guidance for creating an ImmPort DMSP and links to enhanced Data Submission documentation, as well as additional resources such as ImmPort DMSP webinar recordings.
Register Now for ImmPort's Upcoming WebinarSelecting ImmPort for Open-access Immunological Data Sharing: Tools and Resources for Data Management and Sharing Plan Creation
Date: February 16th, 2023
Time: 12:00 PM PST/ 3:00 PM EST
The NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy, effective January 25, 2023, requires creation of a Data Management and Sharing Plan for research proposals that generate scientific data. During this one hour webinar, learn about new ImmPort resources for Data Management and Sharing. Additionally, Maria Praetzellis from California Digital Library will discuss a free open source online application for Data Management and Sharing Plan creation, DMPTool.org.