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Autoantibodies are antibodies against host self-proteins (autoantigens), which play significant roles in homeostasis maintenance and diseases with autoimmune disorders. Numerous papers were published in the past decade on the identification of human autoantigens in different human diseases. However, there is no consensus collection with all the reported autoantigens yet. To address this need, previously we developed a human autoantigen database, AAgAtlas 1.0, by text-mining and manual curation, which collects 1126 autoantigens associated with 1071 human diseases. AAgAtlas 1.0 provides a user-friendly interface to conveniently browse, retrieve, and download human autoantigen genes, their functional annotation, related diseases, and the evidence from the literature. AAgAtlas is freely available online http://biokb.ncpsb.org/aagatlas/ . In this chapter, we make an introduction and provide a guide to the users of AAgAtlas 1.0 database.

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Dan Wang, Yupeng Zhang, Qing Meng, Xiaobo Yu. AAgAtlas 1.0: A Database of Human Autoantigens Extracted from Biomedical Literature. Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.). 2020;2131:365-374

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