Is ligand's secondary structure always "M"?
|Opened on:||Tuesday, October 12, 2010 - 13:38|
|Last modified:||Sunday, June 5, 2011 - 17:44|
As the ligand is a special segment in puzzles, it leads to errors if a script tries to change or get it's properties, for example it's type of amino-acid.
GaryForbis noticed, that the secondary structure of a ligand, retrieved by
can be another like "E" for sheet, "H" for helix or "L" for loop.
For example, it can be "M".
I want to know if this is always the case.
This would help genreally to identify a ligand segment and prevent a script doing things to it which are not allowed.