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PDB plugin

== PDB PyMOL plugin ==

PDBe’s PyMOL plugin provides an easy way to visualise PDB data and annotations in PyMOL. This includes displaying individual molecules, Pfam, SCOP and CATH domains and viewing geometric validation for PDB entries based on PDBe's API.

Installation

The PDB PyMOL plugin works on PyMOL 1.6 or later

PyMOL 1.6

Download the plugin from the following URL:

http://www.ebi.ac.uk/pdbe/pdb-component-library/pymol_plugin/PDB_plugin.py

PyMOL 1.7 or later

Open the “plugin manager” Enter the following url in the “Install from PyMOL Wiki or URL

http://www.ebi.ac.uk/pdbe/pdb-component-library/pymol_plugin/PDB_plugin.py

This will add the following items to the Plugins menu:

PDB Analysis - All

PDB Analysis - Molecules

PDB Analysis - Domains

PDB Analysis - Validation

PDB Analysis - Assemblies


Screenshot of the menu


Screenshot of the PyMOL plugin menu with the PDB plugin installed


To use each component click the menu item in the Plugins menu ..→

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