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'''Fetch''' retrieves a protein structure from the PDB and loads it into PyMOL.  The PDB file is saved in the current working directory for PyMOL.
 
'''Fetch''' retrieves a protein structure from the PDB and loads it into PyMOL.  The PDB file is saved in the current working directory for PyMOL.
  
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=== Example ===
 
=== Example ===
 
<source lang="python">
 
<source lang="python">
 
 
# fetch them singly
 
# fetch them singly
 
fetch 1kao
 
fetch 1kao
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# fetch them at once, load them into PyMOL all at once (synchronously)
 
# fetch them at once, load them into PyMOL all at once (synchronously)
 
fetch 1kao 1ctq, async=0
 
fetch 1kao 1ctq, async=0
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</source>
  
</source>
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= See Also =
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[[Fetch_Path]]
  
 
[[Category:Commands|Fetch]]
 
[[Category:Commands|Fetch]]

Revision as of 01:29, 30 November 2009

Fetch retrieves a protein structure from the PDB and loads it into PyMOL. The PDB file is saved in the current working directory for PyMOL.

Syntax

fetch PDB_ID [ ID2...IDN ] [, async = [0,1] ]

To specify more than one PDB, just add its ID to the command line (without adding spaces).

Example

# fetch them singly
fetch 1kao
fetch 1ctq

# fetch them at once
fetch 1kao 1ctq

# fetch them at once, load them into PyMOL all at once (synchronously)
fetch 1kao 1ctq, async=0

See Also

Fetch_Path