Sosnovtsev, Stanislav (NIH/NIAID) [E]
SSOSNOVTSE at niaid.nih.gov
Tue Nov 9 10:45:08 PST 2010
Thank you! What about moving (colors) from one chain to another.
Somehow, Consurf returned results placing colors on one chain only, it happened a couple times, I checked what I was requesting and it was for a different chain.
On 11/9/10 1:30 PM, "Elaine Meng" <meng at cgl.ucsf.edu> wrote:
I believe if you start with one subunit with atomic coordinates and get Consurf coloring on those (or any coloring scheme, for that matter), then you can use the "msc" command to apply the same coloring to the Multiscale surface copies of that subunit. For example, if your subunit atomic coords are model 0 and the multiscale surfaces are model 1:
msc #0 #1 5.0
You may want to experiment with the cutoff distance (5.0 in the example) and the resolution of your multiscale surfaces.
I hope this helps,
On Nov 9, 2010, at 7:34 AM, Sosnovtsev, Stanislav (NIH/NIAID) [E] wrote:
> I wonder if there is a short way to introduce consurf output colors to multiscale models. My virus particle has 60 trimers (three chains of the same protein). Thank you in advance, Stanislav
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