The Superfamily/Genome and Computation Cores are developing analyses and tools broadly applicable for the assignment of enzyme functions. The EFI has begun holding workshops centered on mechanistically diverse enzyme superfamilies where participants are presented with our methods and findings (see the first example on the Radical SAM Superfamily here). All workshop materials and datasets are made freely and immediately available to the community. If you would like to propose a superfamily to be the focus of one our workshops, please provide your suggestion here.
EFI resources are not sufficient to provide community access to the capacity-limited, experiment-based Protein, Structure, and Microbiology Cores. Focused libraries of substrates prepared by the Bridging Projects will be made available to the scientific community as supplies permit. If/when these are exhausted, the procedures and clones for the necessary preparative enzymes will be provided by the appropriate Bridging Project via the EFI website and the PSI-Materials Repository, respectively.