Classify (and annotate) your own protein sequences by using the collection of HAMAP family profiles and annotation rules
Retrieve results of a previous scan
STEP 1 - Enter PROTEIN sequences
Enter PROTEIN sequences (max. 1'000)
Upload a file (up to 100'000 sequences)
accessions e.g. Q8ZHG0 or identifiers e.g. AGUA_YERPE
Amino acid sequences in
Upload a file containing your PROTEIN sequences in
STEP 2 - Choose 'Scan' or 'Scan & Annotate'
- Find matches for your sequence(s) to HAMAP family profiles. You will get a list of all (trusted and weak) matches of your sequences along with their match score.
'Scan & Annotate'
- Have trusted matches of your sequence(s) to HAMAP family profiles annotated in UniProtKB format by the associated HAMAP annotation rules. To get the best annotation, all your sequences must originate from the same organism and you must indicate the corresponding taxonomic identifier (TaxID).
that represents the organism from which the sequences you're submitting originate from.
STEP 3 - Submit your job
(optional) You will be notified by email once the job you submitted has completed (even if no match has been found). Your results will be available on our server for 1 week.
(optional) The job title will be included in the subject of the email.
If you enter a password, then the same password will be requested before you can download your results.
Retrieve results from 'Scan & Annotate'
Download results of a previous scan
Get a list of your latest jobs
Enter the three-letter request code that was displayed when you submitted your data to 'Scan & Annotate'. In case you don't remember the code, please refer to your submission confirmation email.
Enter the password that you entered when you submitted your data. If you didn't provide a password, leave this field empty. In case you don't remember the password, please refer to your submission confirmation email.
Enter your email address to get a list of the latest jobs you have submitted via this email.
If you use the results obtained via this tool please cite: "
HAMAP in 2015: updates to the protein family classification and annotation system.
" Nucleic Acids Res. 43:D1064-D1070(2015).
SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics
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