Unreported Intrinsic Disorder in Proteins: Building Connections to the Literature on IDPs
Intrinsically Disordered Protein, Protein Function, Protein-Protein Interaction, Molecular Recognition, Posttranslational Modification
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This review opens a new series entitled “Unreported intrinsic disorder in proteins.” The goal of this series is to bring attention of researchers to an interesting phenomenon of missed (or overlooked, or ignored, or unreported) disorder. This series serves as a companion to “Digested Disorder” which provides a quarterly review of papers on intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs) found by standard literature searches. The need for this alternative series results from the observation that there are numerous publications that describe IDPs (or hybrid proteins with ordered and disordered regions) yet fail to recognize many of the key discoveries and publications in the IDP field. By ignoring the body of work on IDPs, such publications often fail to relate their findings to prior discoveries or fail to explore the obvious implications of their work. Thus, the goal of this series is not only to review these very interesting and important papers, but also to point out how each paper relates to the IDP field and show how common tools in the IDP field can readily take the findings in new directions or provide a broader context for the reported findings.
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Intrinsically Disordered Proteins, v. 2, issue 1, art. e970499
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Uversky, Vladimir N., "Unreported Intrinsic Disorder in Proteins: Building Connections to the Literature on IDPs" (2014). Molecular Medicine Faculty Publications. 406.