On the Intrinsic Disorder Status of the Major Players in Programmed Cell Death Pathways [Version 1; Peer Review: 2 Approved]
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Earlier computational and bioinformatics analysis of several large protein datasets across 28 species showed that proteins involved in regulation and execution of programmed cell death (PCD) possess substantial amounts of intrinsic disorder. Based on the comprehensive analysis of these datasets by a wide array of modern bioinformatics tools it was concluded that disordered regions of PCD-related proteins are involved in a multitude of biological functions and interactions with various partners, possess numerous posttranslational modification sites, and have specific evolutionary patterns (Peng et al. 2013). This study extends our previous work by providing information on the intrinsic disorder status of some of the major players of the three major PCD pathways: apoptosis, autophagy, and necroptosis. We also present a detailed description of the disorder status and interactomes of selected proteins that are involved in the p53-mediated apoptotic signaling pathways.
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F1000Research, v. 2, issue 190
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Uversky, Alexey V.; Xue, Bin; Peng, Zhenling; Kurgan, Lukasz; and Uversky, Vladimir N., "On the Intrinsic Disorder Status of the Major Players in Programmed Cell Death Pathways [Version 1; Peer Review: 2 Approved]" (2013). Molecular Medicine Faculty Publications. 607.