Hi. I want to know how many (infinitely many) pairs of primes are known.

For convinience, let me give two definitions.

For any nonconstant polynomial $f(x)\in \mathbb{Z}[x]$, define $A_{f}=\lbrace f(p) \in \mathbb{Z}|$ Both of $p,f(p)$ are primes$\rbrace$.

Also, define $P=\lbrace f(x)\in \mathbb{Z}[x] | |A_f|=\infty\rbrace$, where $|A|$ is the cardinality of set $A$.

Let me give some examples. If $f(x)=x$, then it is (trivial) prime pairs. (i.e., $f(x)=x \in P$)

If $f(x)=x+2$, then the case is that the famous twin prime conjecture. (i.e., twin prime conjecture is equivalent to determine that $f(x)=x+2$ is in $P$ or not.)

I also heard that the case of $f(x)=4x+1$ is also (famous) conjecture.

My question is that are there any nontrivial polynomial which lie in $P$?