Paradoxes and Wonders of Intrinsic Disorder: Complexity of Simplicity
amino acid alphabet, complexity, functional complexity, intrinsically disordered proteins, structural content, structural heterogeneity
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At first glance it may seem that intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs) and IDP regions (IDPRs) are simpler than ordered proteins and domains on multiple levels. However, such multilevel simplicity equips these proteins with the ability to have very complex behavior.
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Intrinsically Disordered Proteins, v. 4, issue 1, art. e1135015
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Uversky, Vladimir N., "Paradoxes and Wonders of Intrinsic Disorder: Complexity of Simplicity" (2016). Molecular Medicine Faculty Publications. 329.