Paul M. Harrison is Associate Professor, Dept. of Biology, McGill University. Paul researches Bioinformatics & Computational biology. Current major areas of interest are: Analysis of genome & proteome evolution, Annotation of genomes & proteomes, Analysis & simulation of protein folding, amyloidogenesis & prions.
Eukaryotic proteins are made up of both “ordered” and “disordered” parts. The former have a fixed 3D structure, while the latter do not take on a 3D structure during some of their functioning in cells and tissues. Such “intrinsically disordered […]