STAMP has been invovled in numerous published studies.
Several novel similarities uncovered by STAMP have appeared
in the literature: the similarity between the SH2 domain
and domain II of E. coli biotin operon protein ; the
similarity between HIV matrix protein p17 and Interferon
gamma  and numerous others [12,21,22].
STAMP has also aided several other investigations into protein structure. STAMP alignments have been used to determine the best accuracy of secondary structure prediction from multiple sequence alignment . It has been used to investigate the conservation of various protein structural features across structural similar (but apparently non-homologous) proteins [11,13] and has been used for several investigations into protein domain structure [12,23,24].
STAMP has also proved extremely useful when assessing the results of protein structure prediction by fold recognition [25,26,27].
Most recently, STAMP has been used to investigate various aspects of protein function and evolution, in addition to doing large scale superimpositions of the entire protein database according to SCOP [13,14], and problems associated with alignments for protein comparative modelling .