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Susy López susannalopez18 at gmail.com
Sat Sep 21 15:12:40 PDT 2019

Dear all

I am starting to use Chimera as a master's student and I have some

I know how to select the amino acids that are part of the surface of my
protein. However, I don't know how to select the atoms of the surface.
Specifically, the atoms accessible to the solvent.

My second question is:

I would like to know how polar amino acids (arginine, asparagine, aspartic
acid, cysteine, etc.) and non-polar amino acids (alanine, glycine,
isoleucine, leucine, etc.) can appear. Is there any configuration that
allows me to identify polar and non-polar amino acids for edit them? Is it
possible to customize those amino acids when I select them?

I would be grateful if someone could help me, thank you.

Best regards,

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