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Rotamers editor

Publisher: OneAngstrom

Updated: November 18, 2020


Latest versions

Windows: 1.0.0 on SAMSON 1.0.0

Linux: 1.0.0 on SAMSON 1.0.0

Mac: 1.0.0 on SAMSON 1.0.0

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Rotamers editor

Publisher: OneAngstrom

Updated: November 18, 2020


Latest versions:

- Windows: 1.0.0 on SAMSON 1.0.0

- Linux: 1.0.0 on SAMSON 1.0.0

- Mac: 1.0.0 on SAMSON 1.0.0

Modify an amino acid residue into its rotamer or mutate it into an amino acid residue of a different type.

This Element provides the possibility to modify a residue into a different rotamer of the same amino acid type or to mutate it into a residue of a different type.

It also provides a possibility to view all possible rotamers and check clashes.

RotamerEditor

The Rotamer editor uses the Roland Dunbrack’s rotamer library [1].

References

[1] Shapovalov, M.S., and Dunbrack, R.L., Jr. (2011). A smoothed backbone-dependent rotamer library for proteins derived from adaptive kernel density estimates and regressions. Structure, 19, 844-858.

Rotamers editor is an extension for SAMSON,
the integrated platform for molecular design.

To use Rotamers editor:

1. Create your free account and choose a molecular design plan
2. Download and install SAMSON on your computer
3. Come back to this page to add the extension to your account


When you restart SAMSON, the extension will be automatically installed
and will be usable directly from within SAMSON.