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DBAMP 2.0: updated resource for antimicrobial peptides with an enhanced scanning method on genomic and proteomic data

An integrated system for identifying Anti-Microbial Peptides (AMPs) with their functional types based on high-throughput transcriptome and proteome data. In recent years, the widespread use of antibiotics has inspired the rapid growth of antibiotic-resistant microorganisms that usually induce critical infection and pathogenesis. However, as the key components of innate immunity, human host defense antimicrobial peptides and proteins (AMPs) play a critical role in warding off invading microbial pathogens. Typical examples are Human γδ T cells produce antimicrobial peptide elafin (dbAMP_00487) which is the major antiviral protein in cervicovaginal lavage fluid. Human Lactoferricin derivatives (dbAMP_04016) shows an inhibitory effect on bacteria and melanoma cells.



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The dbAMP 2.0 had been published.

T.Y. LEE

At 25th Dec, 2021

The updated dbAMP 2022 is coming soon.

T.Y. LEE

At 23th Jul, 2021

16,320 new entries with over 2,000 refreence sources have been added to dbAMP.

T.Y. LEE

At 20th May, 2021

105 new entries about stapled Anti-MRSA peptides have been added to dbAMP.

T.Y. LEE

At 20th Feb, 2021

-Database update!

T.Y. LEE

At 13th Feb, 2021

All published dbAMP Sequence/Annotation data has been open to download now!

T.Y. LEE

At 20th June, 2019

The Target Activity Alignment Info has been open.

T.Y. LEE

At 15th June, 2018

-Database update!

T.Y. LEE

At 25th August, 2017

The protein structure viwer has been open.

T.Y. LEE

At 21th April, 2017

-dbAMP V1.0 released! Comments and suggestions are welcome!

T.Y. LEE

At 25th November, 2016

We are responsible for maintaining the website daily and updating the database regularly.

T.Y. LEE

At 25th November, 2016


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