Difference between revisions of "Split states"

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load fileName.pdb1, name
 
load fileName.pdb1, name
splits_states name
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split_states name
 
delete name
 
delete name
 
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<source lang="python">
 
<source lang="python">
 
load 1vls.pdb1, 1vls
 
load 1vls.pdb1, 1vls
splits_states 1vls
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split_states 1vls
 
dele 1vls
 
dele 1vls
 
</source>
 
</source>
 
[[Image:1vls1.png|thumb|left|1VLS as a monomer.  This is the state of 1VLS when I load the molecule (and select cartoon representation).]]
 
[[Image:1vls1.png|thumb|left|1VLS as a monomer.  This is the state of 1VLS when I load the molecule (and select cartoon representation).]]
 
[[Image:1vls1_dimer.png|left|thumb|1VLS as a dimer using the split_states command.]]
 
[[Image:1vls1_dimer.png|left|thumb|1VLS as a dimer using the split_states command.]]

Revision as of 07:31, 3 August 2005

Overview

Split_States splits and orients multiple models and multimers from the biological unit file.

Using

To use split_states simply Load your molecule

load fileName.pdb1, name
split_states name
delete name

Example

1VLS: A dimer.

load 1vls.pdb1, 1vls
split_states 1vls
dele 1vls
1VLS as a monomer. This is the state of 1VLS when I load the molecule (and select cartoon representation).
1VLS as a dimer using the split_states command.