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When a molecule (e.g. a protein molecule) is saved in pdb format by PyMOL, a line of [http://www.wwpdb.org/documentation/format33/sect9.html#TER TER] record is inserted wherever the residue id is not sequential. To suppress this feature, set <tt>pdb_use_ter_records</tt> value to 0 before saving protein molecules.
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When a molecule (e.g. a protein molecule) is saved in pdb format by PyMOL, a line of [http://www.wwpdb.org/documentation/file-format-content/format33/sect9.html#TER TER] record is inserted wherever the residue id is not sequential. To suppress this feature, set <tt>pdb_use_ter_records</tt> value to 0 before saving protein molecules.
  
 
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cmd.set(name='pdb_use_ter_records', value=0) # same effect
 
cmd.set(name='pdb_use_ter_records', value=0) # same effect
 
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[[Category:Settings|Pdb_use_ter_records]]

Revision as of 19:03, 15 September 2015

When a molecule (e.g. a protein molecule) is saved in pdb format by PyMOL, a line of TER record is inserted wherever the residue id is not sequential. To suppress this feature, set pdb_use_ter_records value to 0 before saving protein molecules.

Example

get pdb_use_ter_records  # return current value of pdb_use_ter_records
set pdb_use_ter_records, 0

import cmd
cmd.set(name='pdb_use_ter_records', value=0) # same effect