On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 12:41 PM, Jason Vertrees <email@example.com>
First, download the one-letter and three-letter amino acid converters
(http://www.pymolwiki.org/index.php/Aa_codes) and run it or copy/paste
it into PyMOL. It's nice to have these in your ~/.pymolrc. Then, try
something like this:
Thanks for your answering.
Another question here,
can I show the whole residue as a ball, and different residues connect by (virtual) bonds.
Thanks again for your help,
# fetch a protein
fetch 1rx1, async=0
# hide all
# show ball-and-stick for the main chain
# hide the solvent
hide everything, solvent
# show the labels
label vis, one_letter[resn]
> Is it possible to output the sequence roughly following the skeleton of protein structure?
> Or are there some other good way handling it.
> I tried aline (seem this name) before and also manually. It's headache to arrange large molecules.
> Thanks for any suggestions.