An increasing number of bioactive peptides from dairy proteins are identified and characterized. Although, several antimicrobial dairy peptides are well characterized and engineered, structural and functional features still missing or are unavailable to potential users. The compilation of such information in one centralized resource, such as a database would therefore facilitate the study of the potential these peptide represent, for example, as alternatives for natural food protection or in response to increasing antibiotic resistance of pathogenic bacteria. MilkAMP contains valuable information on antimicrobial dairy peptides, including microbiological and physicochemical data. MilkAMP is freely available at http://milkamp.hammamilab.org.