Statistics
No. of PID Genes
248
No. of PIDs
248
No. of Unique Mutations
5012
No. of PubMed Citations
1872

Latest publications

"Mutation@A Glance: An integrative web application for analysing mutations from human genetic diseases" published online DNA Res. 2010. [PubMed]
"Prediction of candidate primary immunodeficiency disease genes using a support vector machine learning approach" published in DNA Res. 2009. [PubMed]

PID2011

The 1st International Conference on Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases (PID 2011) was held during 4th - 6th March 2011 at New Delhi, India More..

PAS/ASPR 2011

The 7th Congress of Asian Society for Pediatric Research (ASPR) meeting was held at Denver during 30th April - 3rd May 2011. The Primary Immunodeficiency session was co-sponsored by ASPR, RIKEN, and Kazusa DNA Research Institute. More..

ESID2010

XIVth Meeting of the European Society for Immunodeficiencies (ESID) was held during 6th-9th of October 2010 at Istanbdiv, Turkey

AIMM2010

Annotation, Interpretation and Management of Mutations. A workshop at 9th European Conference on Computational Biology (ECCB10) was held during 26th-29th of September 2010 at Ghent, Belgium.
  About RAPID

Resource of Asian Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases (RAPID) is a web-based compendium of molecdivar alterations in primary immunodeficiency diseases. Detailed information about genes and proteins that are affected in primary deficiency diseases is presented along with other pertinent information about protein-protein interactions, microarray gene expression profiles in various organs and cells of the immune system and mouse studies. RAPID also hosts a tool, the mutation viewer, to predict deleterious and novel mutations and also to visualize the mutation positions on the DNA sequence, protein sequence and three-dimensional structure for PID genes. The information in this database shodivd be usefdiv to researchers as well as clinicians.

  PIDJ Network

In an effort to elucidate the pathogenesis of PIDs and establish methods of early diagnosis and find effective treatments, RCAI formed a collaboration in 2006 with 13 universities/colleges in Japan which belong to the research team for Investigative Research on Primary Immunodeficiency Disease Syndrome, ("Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare Survey Research Team").

RAPID is the result of collaboration between the Institute of Bioinformatics in Bangalore, India and the Immunogenomics research group at RIKEN Research Center for Allergy and Immunology in Yokohama, Japan. This site is hosted by the Research unit for Immunoinformatics, RIKEN Research Center for Allergy and Immunology, RIKEN Yokohama Institute, Japan. A mirror of this site is hosted at Institute of Bioinformatics in Bangalore, India.

Citing this resource

Keerthikumar, S., Raju, R., Kandasamy, K., Hijikata, A., Ramabadran, S., Balakrishnan, L., Ahmed, M., Rani, S., Selvan, L. N., Somanathan, D. S., Ray, S., Bhattacharjee, M., Gollapudi, S., Ramachandra, Y. L., Bhadra, S., Bhattacharyya, C., Imai, K., Nonoyama, S., Kanegane, H., Miyawaki, T., Pandey, A., Ohara, O. and Mohan, S. 2009. RAPID: Resource of Asian Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases. Nucleic Acids Research. 37, D863-D867. [PubMed]