From: Frank Vondelft <Frank.Vondelft@sy...> - 2001-10-30 23:02:52
I *think* I've RTFMed everywhere I can, but I haven't been able to
figure out how to draw a molecule C-alpha only. When I selected all CA
atoms, I got a cloud of dots that were not connected. I suspect I've
missed something fundamental...
Thanks for any tips
From: Ben Cornett <acornet@em...> - 2001-10-30 23:41:57
But that's what you should get, since alpha carbons aren't bonded
directly to other alpha carbons, right? Perhaps what you really want
to do is draw the protein "backbone only"? Try this:
show (name ca,c,n,o)
"Frank Vondelft" <Frank.Vondelft@...> writes:
> Hidy Pymollers....
> I *think* I've RTFMed everywhere I can, but I haven't been able to
> figure out how to draw a molecule C-alpha only. When I selected all CA
> atoms, I got a cloud of dots that were not connected. I suspect I've
> missed something fundamental...
> Thanks for any tips
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