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Genome-Wide Analysis of Protein Disorder in Arabidopsis thaliana: Implications for Plant Environmental Adaptation

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Fraction of proteins with different degrees of predicted disorder and disordered binding regions in A. thaliana and H. sapiens.

While the left panel of Figure 1 shows the content of highly disordered proteins (>50%), this is intended to evaluate this for different degrees of disorder. A) Protein disorder (as the percentage of disordered residues with respect to the sequence length) is binned into different ranges. Data based on Disopred predictions. B) The same for disordered residues involved in binding, as predicted by ANCHOR. The significance of the differences is evaluated as in Figure 1.

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