Hi Troels,

I've been using


at some point. Seems to work well enough.

Otherwise you could go through the PISA server at http://www.ebi.ac.uk/msd-srv/prot_int/pistart.html

But I don't remember how exactly I would get the surface residues out from that.


2012/10/31 Troels Emtekær Linnet <tlinnet@gmail.com>
Hi Pymolers.

How would you get a list of surface residues the fastest way?

 [3-10], [14-18]

I have a rough structure from crystallography, and have made
a trypsin digest and mass spec analysis.

And I see fragments which have been post-trans modified.

Now I am interested in matching if those fragments are surface exposed or internal.

What tools does pymol have to find out if the residues are surface exposed?
Or is there another "easy" tool?

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