|Opened on:||Monday, May 24, 2010 - 22:47|
|Last modified:||Monday, July 12, 2010 - 21:06|
When dealing with the manipulation of sidechains, I learned that there is a way to set sidchains (if changeable) with the replace_aa() function, giving the one-letter-form of the desired acid.
Dealing with the secondary structure, you've got a similar command called replace_ss() to set the ss of a segment to a sheet, loop or helix.
To look WHICH ss you've got, there is the get_ss() command, but where is the accordant get_aa()function?
As the new snap function was introduced, it makes sense to know which form of sidechain you are manipulating, and also for some other sidechain manipulations.