Is there a way to show the three dimesional (x, y, z) coordinates for a
selected alpha carbon?
Lets say that you have two homologous structures aligned; one crystal
structure in unbound state and the other in agonist bound state. How would
you show the movement (change in positon of a residue) between the two
Thanks for your help.
From: Robert Immormino <immormino@gm...> - 2006-06-28 14:39:36
You can try the yale morph server:
There are probably other tools that will perform linear interpolation
of structures and output "intermeditate" .pdb files, which could be
cleaned up and used in pymol to create a similar, but more user
Hope this helps,
On 6/27/06, Ronald Chiu <rccom600@...> wrote:
> Hello All,
> Is there a way to show the three dimesional (x, y, z) coordinates for a
> selected alpha carbon?
> Lets say that you have two homologous structures aligned; one crystal
> structure in unbound state and the other in agonist bound state. How would
> you show the movement (change in positon of a residue) between the two
> Thanks for your help.
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