Re: CCL:how i can get detailed secondary structure from coordinate file?



Wish DSSP is helpful. The stride is also recommanded!
 You can search them by means of google.  I forget the website.
 Best,
 Ming
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 From: "Zhangxd" <zhangxd' at \`alien.biochem.wfubmc.edu>
 To: "Jeff Nauss" <jnauss' at \`accelrys.com>
 Cc: <chemistry' at \`ccl.net>
 Sent: Monday, February 04, 2002 5:56 PM
 Subject: CCL:how i can get detailed secondary structure from coordinate
 file?
 > Dear All,
 > during my research, i need the detailed information about secondary
 > structure of my biology system, i had its coordinate file, how i can get
 > its secondary structure information from this coordinate file? just like
 > the following:
 > Resi. 1 to Resi. 10 AlphaHelix
 > Resi. 15 to Resi. 25 BetaSheet
 > >..................
 > >...............
 >
 > hopefully it should be a program can do this automatically.
 > i had tried VMD, it just gives the graph of secondary structure of
 > the sequence but not a detailed text information like the above sample.
 >
 > thanks in advance!!!!
 >
 >
 >
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