Also good tutorials are available online for Pymol or Rasmol.
DK <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote: In article , Maryam wrote:
Yes. In this case the simplest is to get Coot (google it), load your four
PDBs, use rotate/translate zone on each (after selecting first and last
residue) to make your model, save the result, load the result into
Pymol (google it) and Pymol will make a pretty pic for you.
Obviously, there is some learning curve involved. The easier
solution would be to find a crystallographer who can spend an hour
with you making a model and a picture of it. (Although be prepared
for some unpleasant comments about the value of the model
obtained this way).
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