[Chimera-users] Aligning two residues same name

Eric Pettersen pett at cgl.ucsf.edu
Mon Feb 4 11:03:26 PST 2008

Hi Francesco,
	You can specify a residue by it's sequence number and chain ID  
rather than it's name.  So if your single-residue molecule is open as  
model 0 and your snapshot structure in model 1, and you wanted to  
match the single residue with residue 31 in chain A of model 1, this  
would do it:

	match #0 #1:31.a


                         Eric Pettersen
                         UCSF Computer Graphics Lab

On Feb 4, 2008, at 6:59 AM, Francesco Pietra wrote:

> Task: compare/align a single-residue molecule before docking (naked  
> molecule,
> mol2 or pdb file) with same residue as ligand in a protein after  
> docking/MD
> (pdb file of a snapshot for complex embedded in a bilayer  
> membrane). Should I
> change the residue name in one of the two models? Same name poses  
> to me
> problems. Or there is a direct way?
> Thanks
> francesco pietra
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