I am trying to model a protein using two templates with advance modeling.
Is there any option to specify the amino acid positions to consider (eg., consider amino acid 1 to 10 from template1 and 11 to 120 from template2).
Regards Zaved Hazarika Research Scholar Dept. Of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Tezpur University, India
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On 3/8/20 6:57 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > I am trying to model a protein using two templates with advance modeling. > > Is there any option to specify the amino acid positions to consider (eg., > consider amino acid 1 to 10 from template1 and 11 to 120 from template2).
Certainly - you would just modify your alignment file so only the two ranges you specify above are aligned with your target. That being said, you would rarely want to do that, as without any overlap between the two templates Modeller won't be able to get the correct orientation between the residues 1-10 and 11-120 (as there are no restraints that span the two ranges).
Ben Webb, Modeller Caretaker