[Chimera-users] Match two small molecules with command line : "match"

Jo Sourbron j.sourbron at gmail.com
Fri Aug 8 04:30:04 PDT 2014


Dear,



I really appreciate the features that Chimera has (as I read them in yhe
user's guide).
Though there seem to be a problem:
I want to match two small molecules (and in the future maybe more), but If
I open the pdb files in Chimera and use the command line match, it says
that there is missing an atom spec.
Then I looked again in the user's guide and I noticed the "#" that they
use.

I don't know how what this "#" means. I just want to overlap the two
structures and get a percentage of homology or something like that. That
would be great.


You can always contact me,
kind regards,
Jo Sourbron
PhD Student
Laboratory for Molecular Biodiscovery
Department of Pharmaceutical and Pharmacological Sciences
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
O&N2, Campus Gasthuisberg
Herestraat 49, box 824
B-3000 Leuven, Belgium

j.sourbron at gmail.com
GSM.   +32 474 94 84 17
TEL.     +32 16 37 78 07
http://be.linkedin.com/pub/jo-sourbron/33/496/77a/
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