Powering down the Pfam website
On October 5th, we will start redirecting the traffic from Pfam (pfam.xfam.org) to InterPro (www.ebi.ac.uk/interpro). The Pfam website will be available at pfam-legacy.xfam.org until January 2023, when it will be decommissioned. You can read more about the sunset period in our blog post.
The Pfam-A family that you are trying to view is now a dead family. That means that it has been removed from the Pfam database and is no longer available through the website. The family was removed for the following reason:
However, BmKK2_toxic (PF09146) has been replaced by or merged into PF00451.
In 5 seconds you will be redirected to the Pfam family page for PF00451, or you can go there immediately.