PBIT: Pipeline builder for identification of target (PBIT) has been developed to enable users to access information on all these aspects for studying microbial proteomes. Users can build their own pipeline for target identification by selecting, integrating and executing the independent modules that give information on aspects known to be critical in target discovery.
  CAMPSign is a tool for identification of antimicrobial peptides belonging to one of the 45 major AMP families present in CAMPR3. The peptides are identified based on family signatures such as patterns and HMMs generated for experimentally known AMPs. Users can submit sequences for screening the presence of these AMP signatures. Users can further BLAST the sequence/s of interest to find homologous sequences in popular AMP databases such as CAMP, APD, AVPdb, BACTIBASE etc.
  PCOSKB is a manually curated knowledgebase on PCOS. PCOS-related information available through scientific literature is cross-linked with molecular, biochemical and clinical databases. Information on associated genes, SNPs, diseases, gene ontologies and pathways along with supporting reference literature is collated and integrated in PCOSKB. PCOSKB will be useful for scientists and clinicians. The database currently holds information on 241 genes associated with PCOS.
   CAMPR3 contains information on the conserved sequence signatures captured as patterns and Hidden Markov Models (HMMs) in 1386 AMPs represented by 45 families. Information related to sequence, protein definition, accession numbers, activity, source organism, target organisms, protein family descriptions and links to databases like UniProt, PubMed and other antimicrobial peptide databases are provided for the benefit of users. The database also provides tools for sequence alignment, pattern creation, pattern and HMM-based search.
  ClassAMP : Antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) are being explored as substitutes to antibiotics. The broad range of activity of AMPs, multiple cellular targets and their ability to inhibit multi-drug resistant microbes make them ideal candidates as future drugs. To explore AMPs as drugs it is essential to understand sequence-specificity relationship of AMPs. ClassAMP has been developed using Random Forests method to understand the role of sequence of AMPs in its specificity towards bacteria, fungii and viruses.
  ClotBase is a curated knowledgebase on the proteins that are involved in the blood coagulation pathway. It contains information on sequence, accession number, source, taxonomy, keywords, function, subcellular location,  tissue specificity, associated diseases and links to external databases such as NCBI, PubMed, EMBL, PIR, PDB and OMIM. Information on the known disease-causing mutations and evolutionarily conserved residues for all these proteins is also incorporated. Clinicians can use the Screen-Mutation tool to identify lethal mutations in protein sequences.