In the puzzle description, you say this target has 109 residues.
In game, it has 101.
One of these is a mistake, and I hope it's the description...
Could be a possible histidine tag removal? No clue.
You can see that the RosettaServer ignored the first 8 residues:
I'll update the description, thanks for the catch!
Thanks, beta_helix. Scared me for a bit there ;)
Is there a SAM prediction for his puzzle ?
There is a SAM prediction, but that is for the full length of the target (including the his tag) so the numbering is all off.
It's probably easier to use the RosettaServer's secondary structure prediction (from PSIPRED): http://rosettaserver.bakerlab.org/results.jsp?id=48098&p=1
but here is the SAM sequence logo in case you are interested:
Thank you both are helpful :)
It would be helpful if you would list the starting scores for each of the 5 models shown at: http://rosettaserver.bakerlab.org/results.jsp?id=48098&p=1
Perhaps for future puzzles, you could list the score for each model under its image on pages like this. You could also do like structure.SetNote(1,'Model X 5238.408') to set a note for amino acid #1 in each structure saying which model it represents.
So far I have seen the following starting scores for puzzle 886:
Can you list the remaining scores and to which model each of the 5 scores corresponds?
The structure number is listed in the tab popup, but not the start score. Only five models without alignments is a bit luxurious :)
Thanks, spmm. Now I see the model/structure numbers when I tab on amino acids. I also noticed that on my slower machines when I press "Reset Puzzle", the new model number appears like a level up/down message and then quickly disappears.
So here are the 5 models for 886 with their starting scores:
Can we rotate the images for each model shown at http://rosettaserver.bakerlab.org/results.jsp?id=48098&p=1 ?
When I click on these images, a new screen appears that has 4 arrows and a larger version of the image, but so far I haven't found a way to make the image change/rotate. It also won't let me download the pdb files without a username and password, and these seem different from my Foldit username and password.
The CASP organizers post the "stage2" server models 8 days after a target is released:
So you can download T0759.stage2.3D.srv.tar.gz to get the PDB files for the BAKER-ROSETTASERVER predictions.
Here is more info about the stage1 vs stage2 datasets: