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Official Release PyMOL v2.4 has been released on May 20, 2020.
Python 3 New Python 3 compatibility guide for scripts and plugins
POSF New PyMOL fellows announced for 2018-2019
Tutorial Plugins Tutorial updated for PyQt5
New Plugin PICv is a new plugin for clustering protein-protein interactions and visualization with available data from PDBe
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
Older News See Older News.
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The DivScore package is intended to be used with AMBER and DivCon for preprocessing biological structures (primarily proteins and small molecules) quick geometry optimization, charge calculation, creating job scripts and streamlining workflow within the PyMOL environment. This package was developed to aid my research and hence works within the confines of assumptions that were necessary for streamlining my workflow. However for those who have access to the AMBER and DivCon, it could potentially be useful since it combines the power of PyMOL with that of AMBER for molecular simulation and DivCon for Quantum Mechanics calculations on large biomolecular systems. An example of the capability of DivScore is that, it can perform a quick minimization of a ligand in the active site of a protein based on the AMBER force field and upload the resulting coordinates into PyMOL for visualization. More examples of things one could do will follow in the examples sections.

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