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J-GLOBAL ID:202010007279821276   Research Resource code:NBDC02295 Update date:Jul. 09, 2020

Disordered Binding Sites Database: DIBS

Disordered Binding Sites Database: DIBS
Owning Organization:
  • Institute of Enzymology, Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • MTA-ELTE Momentum Bioinformatics Research Group
Resource classification: Database
Tag (subject)  (1): Protein
Tag (data type)  (5): Method ,  Sequence ,  3D structure ,  Interaction/Pathway ,  Bibliography/Documents
Species (1): All (NCBI Taxonomy ID: 1)
Overview:
Disordered Binding Sites (DIBS) is a repository of protein complexes that are formed by ordered and disordered proteins. Intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs) do not have a stable 3D structure in isolation and therefore they defy structure determination by X-ray or NMR. However, many IDPs bind to ordered proteins and as a result of the interaction adopt a stable structure. In accord, complex structures involving binding sites in IDPs are available. DIBS offers a collection of these complexes where exactly one protein chain is disordered and all other proteins are ordered (i.e. are stable in their isolated form that is approved by available monomeric structures).
Source: FAIRsharing
Record maintainer: See the corresponding part in the FAIRsharing record
Record license: Creative Commons Attribution and Share-alike (CC-BY-SA) International 4.0 license

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