Functional roles of transiently and intrinsically disordered regions within proteins.

@article{Uversky2015FunctionalRO,
  title={Functional roles of transiently and intrinsically disordered regions within proteins.},
  author={Vladimir N. Uversky},
  journal={The FEBS journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={282 7},
  pages={1182-9}
}
Proteins are structurally heterogeneous and comprise folded regions with variable conformational stabilities and intrinsically disordered protein regions that do not have well-folded structures. Even small, well-folded single-domain proteins are structurally heterogeneous and contain multiple foldon units with different conformational stability. Although the ability of many intrinsically disordered protein regions to undergo at least partial folding at interaction with specific binding partners… CONTINUE READING

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