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Ccp4 pisa

Type Python Script
Author(s) Gerhard Reitmayr and Dalia Daujotyte
License GPL
This code has been put under version control in the project Pymol-script-repo


The script selects atoms from the list of the contacts found by PISA. First, we run PISA on our pdb file to find the interfaces. Then by using the ccp4_pisa script in PyMOL we separately select atoms for all interface types and individual interfaces. This generates many selections, two for each interface, allowing quick manipulation of (sometimes) extensive lists in PISA log file.


ccp4_pisa( pisafile )

Example 1

The script parses the XML output files from the PISA service or command line tool. A short description of how to download the XML output files is available here

(For example, the following URL downloads the interfaces in 2c7r.pdb

Make sure you import the ccp4_pisa script first.

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