MaveDB v2: a curated community database with over three million variant effects from multiplexed functional assays
Alan F Rubin,
Joseph K Min,
Nathan J Rollins,
Estelle Y Da,
Aisha Haley Bianchi,
Jesslyn YL Ong,
Joshua E Rollins,
Matthew J Wakefield,
Abbye E McEwen,
Lea M Starita,
Vanessa L Bryant,
Debora S Marks,
Douglas M Fowler
Posted 30 Nov 2021
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/2021.11.29.470445
Posted 30 Nov 2021
A central problem in genomics is understanding the effect of individual DNA variants. Multiplexed Assays of Variant Effect (MAVEs) can help address this challenge by measuring all possible single nucleotide variant effects in a gene or regulatory sequence simultaneously. Here we describe MaveDB v2, which has become the database of record for MAVEs. MaveDB now contains a large fraction of published studies, comprising over two hundred datasets and three million variant effect measurements. We created tools and APIs to streamline data submission and access, transforming MaveDB into a hub for the analysis and dissemination of these impactful datasets.
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