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> From: David Garboczi [mailto:dgarboczi@...]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 04, 2009 10:05 AM
> To: pymol-users@...
> Subject: [PyMOL] rotation
> I have a homodimer. I place it at an arbitrary place on the screen,
> where it looks nice.
> Now move the monomers apart from each other in x. translate [10, 0,
> 0], object molA translate [-10, 0, 0], object molB
> Then I want to rotate each monomer 90 deg so that each monomer's
> contribution to the interface is revealed. Here is the problem. I
> think that I need to rotate around y-axes that go through the
> center-of-mass of each monomer, but how do I find them?
> Or is there a different way of doing this?
> David N. Garboczi, PhD
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