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Default Looking for non-binder database

Hi friends:

I am actually looking for experimentally determined non-binders against protein targets (which mean those peptide that known to be not a binder to certain protein receptor which has been determined experimentally). Most database have info on binders only.

For my cas,e those MHC class non-binders are not of interest. So i would need some other non-binders.

Anyone know whether non=binder database exist ? or simply a few of these non-binders will give great help.

tahnks thousands!
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