(Mon, 01/06/2020 - 01:01 | 0 comments)
Let Mutate preserve bands to conserved atoms
|Opened on:||Monday, January 6, 2020 - 01:01|
|Last modified:||Monday, January 6, 2020 - 01:01|
Most amino acids have some atoms in common. For example, all have the same backbone atoms (atoms 1-4 = N CA C and O), and ones like phenylalanine and tyrosine share many sidechain atoms. Would it be possible for Mutate to compare the starting atoms & final atoms in a mutation and preserve any bands that are attached to conserved atoms? For example, say a band goes to atom 11 (a CZ carbon) of phenylalanine. If this phe is mutated to a tyrosine, let the band to atom 11 be preserved. Also, if a band goes to atom 5 (a CB carbon) of alanine, and this ala is mutated to any other sidechain with a CB carbon at atom 5 (all sidechains except glycine), let the band to atom 5 be preserved.