# get a molecule with 2 chains
fetch 1t3r,async=0
# split it into two objects
create new1, polymer and chain a
create new2, polymer and chain b
delete 1t3r
# in the interface for new1, click: A -> movement -> deprotect
# now you can rotate it individually
rotate x,90,new1

On Fri, Oct 7, 2011 at 8:04 AM, kanika sharma <ksharma997@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello everyone,
I Have a protein with 2 chains.
I have to rotate the second chain of the protein by 60,120,180,240 degrees each.
Is there a script in PyMol that can do that?


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