I've not used rigimol, so at the risk of suggesting something you can't do: could you just add an align call that aligns one of the domains at each frame?

On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 10:45 AM, Patrick Frantom <pfrantom@bama.ua.edu> wrote:

I am trying to create a morph of a hinge region between two rigid domains. I would like to hold one domain in place and allow the other to morph from open to closed instead of a morph between the whole protein looking more like a pacman model. Any tutorials on this approach.






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