why and how did the matrix_copy command fail? If you swap step (2) and
(3) everything should be fine. Try this:
fetch 2xwu 2x19, async=0
symexp mates, 2x19, 2x19, 6.0, segi=1
align /2x19//B, /2xwu//B
matrix_copy 2x19, mates*
By the way, the segi=1 argument of the symexp command gives every
symmetry mate a uniqe segment identifier, so if you would save them all
to the same PDB file there is no need to rename chain IDs.
shukunluo wrote, On 09/11/11 10:51:
> Dear Pymol users,
> I want to compare the crystal packing and contacts of two different
> space groups of the same protein using pymol. Here's what I did:
> (1)loaded two structures; (2) aligned two structures; (3) generated
> symmetry-related objects of two structures. However, the
> symmetry-related molecules didn't move with the source structure. I
> tried in coot to superimposed two structures then save the moved
> molecules, but the space group changed to the target structures. I also
> tried the matrix_copy command with failure.
> Does anyone know how to do this? Thanks in advance.
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