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PDB Web Services Script

== Overview ==

A short snippet of code utilizing the new PDB Web Services.

Notes:

  1. See PDB Web Services
  2. You need SOAP for Python installed
  3. The sequence of a chain fetched from the PDB does not always equal the sequence of a chain fetched from the PDB Web Services. I believe the PDB Web Services has the complete biological chain, not just what's in the structure.
  4. The offset is a hack; it uses a trick in PyMOL and may not be robust at all. Use at your own caution.

The Code

<source lang="python"> import pymol from pymol import stored, cmd import SOAPpy

  1. define a mapping from three letters to one
  2. Thanks to whomever posted this on the PyMOLWiki:
  3. http://www.pymolwiki.org/index.php/Label

one_letter ={'VAL':'V', 'ILE':'I', 'LEU':'L', 'GLU':'E', 'GLN':'Q', \ 'ASP':'D', 'ASN':'N', 'HIS':'H', 'TRP':'W', 'PHE':'F', 'TYR':'Y', \ 'ARG':'R', 'LYS':'K', 'SER':'S', 'THR':'T', 'MET':'M', 'ALA':'A', \ 'GLY':'G', 'PRO':'P', 'CYS':'C'}

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