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Motivation: Natively unstructured (also dubbed intrinsically disordered) regions in proteins lack a defined 3D structure under physiological conditions and often adopt regular structures under particular conditions. Proteins with such regions are overly abundant in eukaryotes, they may increase functional complexity of organisms and they usually evade structure determination in the unbound form. Low propensity for the formation of internal residue contacts has been previously used to predictdoi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btm349 pmid:17709338 fatcat:32bjhx6xc5hhtokx3tukqom7ma