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Dear Chimera experts,&nbsp;
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<div class="">Is it possible to show in stick representation the C=O bond of the backbone of a residue while maintaning the ribbon representation of the backbone? I’ve tried setting on the ‘ribbackbone’ command, but that activates all the backbone atoms for
 &nbsp;other stick-displayed atoms, and I want to avoid that.&nbsp;</div>
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<div class="">I’m attaching two images to clarify what I mean. Basically, to keep it as image1 but displaying the C=O bond of THR 71, to make the 2.88 Å distance clearer.</div>
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<div class="">Any help on this matter will be greatly appreciated.</div>
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<div class="">Best,&nbsp;</div>
<div class="">Juan</div>
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