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Intrinsically disordered regions (IDRs): A vague and confusing concept for protein function.

Molecular Cell 2024 April 5
The term "intrinsically disordered region" (IDR) in proteins has been used in numerous publications. However, most proteins contain IDRs, the term refers to very different types of structures and functions, and many IDRs become structured upon interaction with other biomolecules. Thus, IDR is an unnecessary, vague, and ultimately confusing concept.

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