[gmx-users] orientation of helical peptide
jake at ncsa.uiuc.edu
Sat Sep 10 22:29:25 CEST 2005
Pymol is another good visualization program for doing stuff like this.
At 01:42 PM 9/10/2005, you wrote:
>Dilraj Lama wrote:
>> I have two helical peptide of 16 residues each.I want to
>> orient these peptides
>>parallel to each other in one case and perpendicular to one another in
>>can I do this using Gromacs?
>I would suggest to use a visualisation program like molmol or VMD to do
>the job. You could just drag & drop the helices roughly the way you want them.
>It might however be "more scientific" to write a script to do the job, but
>it could be that you don't need that kind of accuracy.
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