Category Archives: modeling

The Power of #ChemTwitter in the age of SARS-CoV-2

One of the most notable things about the way that science is pushing back against the current Coronavirus pandemic is the way that research results are being pushed out at extraordinary rates in a mostly open manner, often with the … Continue reading

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Pymol 1.8.x now fetches mmCIF files by default and shows missing residues in Sequence View

Long time Pymol users will be familiar with the fetch command by which it retrieved the selected file from the Protein Data Bank (PDB). Up until version 1.8, Pymol fetched the PDB version of the file by default over the … Continue reading

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When in Pymol, don’t call your model “model”

Sometimes it pays to read the blurb that loads in a textport when software loads. Folks, there is an inherent problems when viewing your Swissmodel results in Pymol. Like many people I usually look away from the screen when I boot a … Continue reading

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