r charbel maroun
rmaroun at gmail.com
Thu Sep 23 05:53:07 PDT 2010
Thank you for your prompt and appropriate reply.
On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 7:46 PM, Elaine Meng <meng at cgl.ucsf.edu> wrote:
> Hi R,
> Amino acids can be mutated with command "swapaa" or the Rotamers graphical
> interface (allows interactively choosing rotamers of the same or a different
> amino acid)
> If you were searching the chimera-user at cgl.ucsf.edu archive, you could
> find a handful of relevant messages with "mutation":
> If you were using the documentation search box, Rotamers and swapaa could
> be found with the term "mutated" but not mutation/mutagenesis. There are
> various other routes through the documentation, such as from the page on
> modifying data or the structure analysis and comparison tutorial.
> Oh, and nucleic acids can be mutated with the command "swapna"
> Elaine C. Meng, Ph.D.
> UCSF Computer Graphics Lab (Chimera team) and Babbitt Lab
> Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
> University of California, San Francisco
> On Sep 22, 2010, at 9:45 AM, r charbel maroun wrote:
> > Dear Chimera users,
> > Please correct me if I'm wrong, but neither in Chimera nor in the user's
> list did I find any info on mutating a residue. Is this a missing
> functionality ?
> > Greetings
R. Charbel MAROUN, PhD, HDR
Neurobiologie et Pharmacologie
Centre de Psychiatrie et de
Neurosciences Broca-Sainte Anne
2ter rue d'Alésia
Tél. +33 1 40 78 92 77
Fax +33 1 45 80 72 93
e-mail rmaroun at gmail.com
charbel.maroun at inserm.fr
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