Thanks for that info.
That's what i've been doing. (taken from the manual)
Maybe I didn't word my
question right. I have several proteins (like 15-20) that i need to do this for
and i also have these lists. i was wanting to see if there was anyway to have
pymol read in that list automatically so i didn't have to type in all the
residues (ie, about 60 on each protein).
really read the manual. Many of these basic questions can be answered by a few
minutes of careful reading.
One way of doing what you want to do is to
make a small script (we will call it script.pml) that loads your PDB and then
creates a selection containing all your residues of interest.
load your.pdb, foo
show sticks, interestingstuff
this into PyMOL by typing:
this would display residues
27,28,141,144, and 148 of chain A of your molecule foo.
You need to become
familiar with the various atom selection schemas available in PyMOL to put
this to best use for yuor particular PDB.
3, 2003, at 12:52 PM, Gwendowlyn S. Knapp wrote:
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have a structure that I would like to highlight a lot of residues with
a different color and have in a spacefilling mode. These residues are
listed in another (text) file. I've been doing the selection manually,
but was wondering if there was anyway to automate this process at all, ie,
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Gwendowlyn S. Knapp/smaller>/fontfamily>
Department of Biochemistry and
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ACS Postdoctoral Fellow
Department of Molecular & Cell
University of California, Berkeley
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