Minimum information guidelines for experiments structurally characterizing intrinsically disordered protein regions.

Last updated on 28-9-2023 by Kim Van Roey

Peer reviewed scientific article




An unambiguous description of an experiment, and the subsequent biological observation, is vital for accurate data interpretation. Minimum information guidelines define the fundamental complement of data that can support an unambiguous conclusion based on experimental observations. We present the Minimum Information About Disorder Experiments (MIADE) guidelines to define the parameters required for the wider scientific community to understand the findings of an experiment studying the structural properties of intrinsically disordered regions (IDRs). MIADE guidelines provide recommendations …

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