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Coordinate Alignment of PDB Structures
pdbUtilNight Coordinate Alignment of PDB Structures

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Frank Delaglio delaglio@nih.gov
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Reference PDB Input: input containing the fixed-coordinate reference structure. If the PDB file contains more than one model, the first model will remain fixed, and the remaining models will each be rotated and translated to optimize the coordinate alignment with the first model. Multiple models should be separated by ENDMDL or END lines.
Secondary PDB Input: the structures in this PDB file will be rotated and translated to optimize the coordinate alignment with the first model in the Reference PDB Input above. The Secondary PDB Input is optional if the Reference PDB Structure above contains more than one model.
Residue Selection: residues for coordinate alignment, as a list of residue IDs or ranges separated by spaces. Use keywords First and Last for the lowest and highest residue IDs, respecively. To specify a range of residues, use the keyword to, for example: 22 to 34. More Info ]
  Atom Selection: Atoms Used for the Coordinate Alignment
Protein Backbone Atoms (CA C N)
All Heavy Atoms

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