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The iPfam database is a catalog of protein family interactions, including domain and ligand interactions, calculated from known structures. More...

We take all known structures in the PDB, identify the protein domain(s) that are present in each structure and look for bonds between each domain and any other domains and/or small chemical ligands found in the structure. The bonds are automatically estimated based on both geometric and chemical properties of the two atoms involved.


Quick Links

You can find data in iPfam in various ways...

VIEW A FAMILY ENTRY
View iPfam Family entry

Enter a Family identifier (e.g. UBA) or accession (e.g. PF00627) to see all data for that entry.

You can also browse through the list of all iPfam entries.

VIEW A LIGAND ENTRY
View iPfam Ligand entry

Enter a Ligand identifier (e.g. TXL) to see all data for that entry.

You can also browse through the list of all iPfam entries.

VIEW A PDB ENTRY
View iPfam PDB entry

Enter a PDB identifier (e.g. 2QD7) to see all data for that entry.

SEQUENCE SEARCH
Analyze your protein sequence for iPfam matches

Paste your protein sequence here to find matching iPfam entries.

KEYWORD SEARCH
Query iPfam by keyword

Search for keywords in text data in the iPfam database.

You can also use the keyword search box at the top of every page.

JUMP TO
Go straight to the entry if you know the ID or accession

Enter any type of accession or ID to jump to the summary page for a iPfam entry.

Or view the help pages for more information


Citing iPfam

iPfam: a database of protein family and domain interactions found in the Protein Data Bank

Finn RD, Miller BL, Clements J, Bateman A

Nucleic Acids Research 2013; doi: 10.1093/nar/gkt1210


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Coming soon June, 2013

Blog post on iPfam will appear here after release.