Liquid–liquid Phase Separation, Membraneless Organelles, Intrinsically Disordered Proteins, Proteins with Low Complexity
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The liquid–liquid phase separation (LLPS) of biomolecules is a phenomenon which is nowadays recognized as the driving force for the biogenesis of numerous functional membraneless organelles and cellular bodies. The interplay between the protein primary sequence and phase separation remains poorly understood, despite intensive research. To uncover the sequence-encoded signals of protein capable of undergoing LLPS, we developed a novel web platform named BIAPSS (Bioinformatics Analysis of LLPS Sequences). This web server provides on-the-fly analysis, visualization, and interpretation of the physicochemical and structural features for the superset of curated LLPS proteins.
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International Journal of Molecular Sciences, v. 23, issue 11, art. 6204
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Badaczewska-Dawid, Aleksandra E.; Uversky, Vladimir N.; and Potoyan, Davit A., "BIAPSS: A Comprehensive Physicochemical Analyzer of Proteins Undergoing Liquid–liquid Phase Separation" (2022). Molecular Medicine Faculty Publications. 936.