Hello. This is kind of a weird question and I'm going to try to make it easier to understand. I'm a student in bioinformatics for only 2 years now so go easy on me :)
Long story short, I predicted disorder scores for every amino acids in every protein from ~50 phages (about 3000 proteins) using DISOPRED3. Only a few had domains of about 30 disordered residues. I want to get the most information about the protein closest to the consensus of an alignment I did with all those highly disordered proteins.
I'm a good programmer but I lack skills and knowledge when it's time to "talk" about a protein or a domain. I know I can use PDB or other databases but why? To find a protein with a similar domain and get information about it's function? What is the typical process to gather useful information about proteins?
Thanks a lot to whoever takes the time to help me understand the way to do this the right way!