vjongene at eliot.unil.ch
Fri Jun 2 06:50:40 EST 1995
In article <D95qDK.Hvy at cnn.nas.nasa.gov>
Wilson S. Ross <bross at splatter.nas.nasa.gov> wrote:
> |> : After a ProMod homology modeling session [exapsy web site], I need
> |> : to generate superimpositions of the alpha carbons of the 3D structures of
> |> : the theoretical model and the pdb protein used for modelling.
> There might be something in http://www.amber.ucsf.edu/amber/0Net/list.html
> under "protein.structure" or "programs.anal" or, in "programs," the
> MODELLER writeup looks promising:
> ... the user provides an alignment of a sequence
> to be modeled with known related structures and MODELLER
> will automatically calculate a full-atom model.
> Bill Ross
In fact, ProMod supplies the model in the same coordinate space as the
"reference" protein used for modelling, so you should be able to fetch it from
PDB and superimpose it onto the model without further processing.
Alternatively, you can do a MATCH using the "expert mode" of Swiss-Model.
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