From: Robert Campbell <robert.campbell@qu...> - 2009-12-08 16:56:02
I posted an answer on the blog, but I'll copy it here. Someone can correct
me if I'm wrong!
On Tue, 08 Dec 2009 10:02:59 -0600 Michael Zimmermann <michaelz@...>
> I have no experience with fuse, but my guess would be Mariana might
> want to just use 'bond' and translate one termini as needed. If she
> doesn't want to "manually" translate, there is always energy
> minimization to correct bond lengths.
> Take Care.
> On Tue, Dec 8, 2009 at 12:59 AM, Nir London <nir@...>
> > Hi PyMOL list,
> > Can anyone help Mariana with her question ?
> > http://rosettadesigngroup.com/blog/10/pymol-scripts/#comment-9695
Given that Marianna describes the sequence display as if the 2 original
sequences have been interjected into one another, then I think the problem is
that the two original objects have the same chain IDs and their residue
numbers overlap. Perhaps if they had different chain IDs or if the second
molecule is renumbered to have residue numbers that start after the first
molecule it would work correctly. PyMOL can get confused when there are
multiple residues with the same chain ID and residue number.
Robert L. Campbell, Ph.D.
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