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===DESCRIPTION===
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'''unbond''' removes all bonds between two selections.
  "unbond" removes all bonds between two selections.
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<gallery>
===USAGE===
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Image:Unbond1.png|Atoms bound normally, but not the representation we want.
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Image:Unbond2.png|Atoms unboud with the unbound command.
  unbond atom1,atom2
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</gallery>
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=USAGE=
===PYMOL API===
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<source lang="python">
<source lang="python">  
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unbond atom1,atom2
  cmd.unbond(selection atom1="(pk1)",selection atom2="(pk2)")
 
 
</source>
 
</source>
  
===SEE ALSO===
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=PYMOL API=
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<source lang="python">
  [[Cmd bond]], [[Cmd fuse]], [[Cmd remove_picked]], [[Cmd attach]], [[Cmd detach]], [[Cmd replace]]
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cmd.unbond(selection atom1="(pk1)",selection atom2="(pk2)")
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</source>
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= Example =
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<source lang="python">
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# remove all bonds in residue 999 to residue 999
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# this command was used in the examples above in PDB ID 1ACO.
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unbond i. 999, i. 999
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</source>
  
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=SEE ALSO=
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[[Bond]], [[Fuse]], [[Remove_picked]], [[Attach]], [[Detach]], [[Replace]]
  
[[Category:Commands|unbond]]
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[[Category:Commands|Unbond]]
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[[Category:Editing Module|Unbond]]

Latest revision as of 13:44, 17 November 2009

unbond removes all bonds between two selections.

USAGE

unbond atom1,atom2

PYMOL API

cmd.unbond(selection atom1="(pk1)",selection atom2="(pk2)")

Example

# remove all bonds in residue 999 to residue 999
# this command was used in the examples above in PDB ID 1ACO.
unbond i. 999, i. 999

SEE ALSO

Bond, Fuse, Remove_picked, Attach, Detach, Replace