Conformational Disease, Disorder Predictors, Experimental Approaches, Molecular Recognition, Proteome
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The current literature on intrinsically disordered proteins is blooming. A simple PubMed search for "intrinsically disordered protein OR natively unfolded protein" returns about 1,800 hits (as of June 17, 2013), with many papers published quite recently. To keep interested readers up to speed with this literature, we are starting a "Digested Disorder" project, which will encompass a series of reader's digest type of publications aiming at the objective representation of the research papers and reviews on intrinsically disordered proteins. The only two criteria for inclusion in this digest are the publication date (a paper should be published within the covered time frame) and topic (a paper should be dedicated to any aspect of protein intrinsic disorder). The current digest covers papers published during the period of January, February and March of 2013. The papers are grouped hierarchically by topics they cover, and for each of the included paper a short description is given on its major findings.
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Intrinsically Disordered Proteins, v. 1, issue 1, art. e25496
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Uversky, Vladimir N., "Digested Disorder: Quarterly Intrinsic Disorder Digest (January/February/March, 2013)" (2013). Molecular Medicine Faculty Publications. 451.