Intrinsically disordered region(IDR) or Intrinsically disordered Protein(IDP)
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dachi • 0

Based on what we can say that some regions or proteins are disordered or not? and if it disordered how can I visualize it in 3d structure?

Note: I don't have a PDB code for this region.

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If something is intrinsically disordered, it can't be visualized in 3D, thats what being intrinsically disordered means.

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thanks for your quick response, but the position that I have to visualize is in the 2700 position and this position exists in two ranges in https://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/Q12802#family_and_domains the first range is Interaction with ESR1 and the second region is disordered, I don't know which range I should be based on?

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