[Chimera-users] Unit of electrostatic surface coloring within Chimera

Florian.Capito at external.merckgroup.com Florian.Capito at external.merckgroup.com
Mon Feb 18 05:09:24 PST 2013

To whom it may concern,

I am using Chimera to color surfaces of proteins according to electrostatic
potential files calculated by APBS.
Now, in Chimera, there is the option to select a threshold, e.g. at which
value the surface should be colored in red and at which value it is colored
in blue.

Now i would like to know in which unit this threshold works? Is it kcal

While this has been described for the Coloumbic surface coloring within
Chimera Help, I could not find any explanation for this in the help menu,
when loading external APBS potential files into Chimera.

Thank You very much for Your time and help!!!

Mit freundlichen Grüssen/ With best regards

Florian Capito
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