[gmx-users] more questions on g_coar and g_anaeig
feenstra at chem.vu.nl
Wed Jun 2 17:52:53 CEST 2004
> Sorry. I should put all my related questions in one message.
> I wonder if anyone know how display C-alpha trace of a protein. I did
> covariance analysis on C-alpha and got pdb files only containing CA's.
> Many graphic programs do not show them. Should I do covariance on all
> atomes instead? Thanks.
Most programs I know (like rasmol, molscript or Insight), recognize a
'Ca-only' structure and will show you a C-a trace or ribbon. There may
be a 'morph' option in one of the programs (or a separate program from
one of the Gromacs users), that will shape your whole protein to fit
onto the Ca coordinates...
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