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Tutorial on Vaccine Data Submission without Login

You can submit your vaccine data without VIOLIN registration and login. It is done by filling out the web form and then submitting it. The components contained in this form are described below:

1. Your Publication:

If you have the PMID (PubMed ID) of your or other's vaccine research publication, you can directly enter the number and click "Retrieve detail information from PubMed". The detail information about the publication will be filled in automatically!

2. Vaccine Information:

  • Vaccine Name: A brief name of the vaccine to be annotated.
  • Brand Name: A trademark name of a commercialized vaccine.
  • Type: Please choose one vaccine type: (1) Live, attenuated vaccine; (2) inactivated or “killed” vaccine; (3) toxoid vaccine; (4) subunit vaccine; (5) conjugate vaccine; (6) DNA vaccine; (7) recombinant vector vaccine; or (8) other.
  • Antigen: protective antigens used in this vaccine. If it is the whole organism (e.g., a live attenuated vaccine), you may just say so.
  • Adjuvant: Any possible immunological adjuvant used for this vaccine. For example, a subunit vaccine usually contains an adjuvant.
  • Preparation: A brief description of the vaccine preparation process.
  • Virulence: A vaccine may still be virulent to humans or animals, for example, a live attenuated vaccine.
  • Storage: Condition for storing a vaccine.
  • Description: A brief complementary description of general information about this vaccine.

3. Gene Engineering:

  • Pathogen Gene Name: The name of a pathogen gene under genetic engineering.
  • Pathogen Gene IDs: Any identifiers of a specified gene from public databases, such as NCBI Entrez Gene ID.
  • Gene Engineering Type: Please choose one type: (1) Recombinant protein preparation; (2) DNA vaccine construction; (3) gene mutation; (4) recombinant vector construction; or (5) other.
  • Description: A brief complementary description of general information about this gene engineering process.

4. Host Response:

  • Host: Host species. Choose one from the list. If the host species is not in the list, please specify it in a line.
  • Host Strains: The strain used for the host response study.
  • Vaccination Protocol: A brief description of the vaccine vaccination protocol.
  • Persistence: A brief description of persistence of the specific vaccine inside the host.
  • Immune Response: A brief description of any significant humoral or cell-mediated immune responses.
  • Side Effects: Any side effects of the vaccine to the host.
  • Challenge Protocol: A brief description of the vaccine challenge experiment protocol. This experiment is to test protection efficiency.
  • Protection Efficiency: A brief description of the results of a challenge/protection experiment.
  • Description: A brief complementary description of general host responses stimulated by the vaccine.

5. Your Information:

  • Your Name: Your name.
  • Email Address: Your email address.
  • Institute: Your location.
  • Comments: Any comments are welcome and appreciated.

 

NOTES:

1. Confirmation: After you click "Submit", you will come to a web page where you will be asked to confirm the information you have just entered. It may also provide any message that prompt you to add more information.

2. Additional References: you may wish to reference other publications. You can simply cite corresponding PubMed IDs using a format shown below.

We will convert your PubMed ID(s) to detailed publication information with a consistent format.