Pfam

The open access resource was established at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute in 1998. Its vision is to provide a tool which allows experimental, computational and evolutionary biologists to classify protein sequences and answer questions about what they do and how they have evolved. The Pfam project is led by Dr Alex Bateman at the Sanger Institute.

The open access resource was established at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute in 1998. Its vision is to provide a tool which allows experimental, computational and evolutionary biologists to classify protein sequences and answer questions about what they do and how they have evolved. The Pfam project is led by Dr Alex Bateman at the Sanger Institute.

Archive Page

This page is maintained as a historical record and is no longer being updated.

Archive page. This resource is no longer available at the Sanger Institute.

Contact

If you need help or have any queries, please contact us using the details below.

Please contact pfam-help@ebi.ac.uk for further assistance.