Hi Ahmet,

If your PDB is named "1foo" and has one chain this should work:

iterate first 1foo and poly, resn

iterate last 1foo and poly, resn

Otherwise you'll need to specify the selection more carefully, but first and last should still be appropriate.


-- Jason

On Fri, Jan 25, 2013 at 4:16 PM, Ahmet yıldırım <ahmedo047@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear users,

How can I learn the names of the residues that make up the N- and C- terminals of a structure using Pymol? 

Thanks in advance
Ahmet Yıldırım

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