How to Predict Disorder in a Protein of Interest
Intrinsically disordered protein, Protein function, Prediction, Posttranslational modification, Protein–protein interaction
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Currently available computational tools, which are many, provide a researcher with the multitude of options for prediction of intrinsic disorder in a protein of interest and for finding at least some of its disorder-based functions. This chapter provides a highly subjective guideline on how not to be lost in the “dark forest” of available tools for the analysis of intrinsic disorder. By no means it gives a unique pathway through this forest, but simply presents some of the tools the author uses in his everyday research.
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How to Predict Disorder in a Protein of Interest, in Y. Zhou, A. Kloczkowski, E. Faraggi & Y. Yang (Eds.), Prediction of Protein Secondary Structure. Methods in Molecular Biology, v. 1484, Humana Press, p. 137-158
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Uversky, Vladimir N., "How to Predict Disorder in a Protein of Interest" (2017). Molecular Medicine Faculty Publications. 301.