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Python 3 New Python 3 compatibility guide for scripts and plugins
Official Release PyMOL v2.3 has been released on February 11, 2019.
POSF New PyMOL fellows announced for 2018-2019
Tutorial Plugins Tutorial updated for PyQt5
New Plugin ProBiS H2O is a new plugin for identification of conserved waters in protein structures.
Selection keywords New polymer.protein and polymer.nucleic selection keywords. Thanks everyone who participated in the poll!
Plugin Update MOLE 2.5 is an updated version of channel analysis software in PyMOL
New Script dssr_block is a wrapper for DSSR (3dna) and creates block-shaped nucleic acid cartoons
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PyMod 2 is a PyMOL plugin, designed to act as simple and intuitive interface between PyMOL and several bioinformatics tools (i.e., PSI-BLAST, Clustal Omega, MUSCLE, CAMPO, PSIPRED, and MODELLER). The current PyMod release, PyMod 2, has been extended with a rich set of functionalities that substantially improve it over its predecessor (PyMod 1.0), particularly in its ability to build homology models through the popular MODELLER package. Starting from the amino acid sequence of a target protein, users may take advantage of PyMod 2.0 to carry out the three steps of the homology modeling process (that is, template searching, target-template sequence alignment and model building) in order to build a 3D atomic model of a target protein (or protein complex). Additionally, PyMod 2.0 may also be used outside the homology modeling context, in order to extend PyMOL with numerous types of functionalities. Sequence similarity searches, multiple sequence-structure alignments and evolutionary conservation analyses can all be ..→

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