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Daniel
01/21/13 4:47pm

How to align protein structures (alpha-carbon)?

I have got the alpha-C residues below.
prot1- ProteinData["CYP2C9", "AtomRoles",
"Residue"][[All, 2]]
Prot2- ProteinData["CYP2C8", "AtomRoles",
"Residue"][[All, 2]]
I have also the graphic structure of these:

Prot1- GraphicsGrid[Partition[Graphics3D[{Black, Thickness[0.001],BezierCurve[ProteinData[#, "AtomPositions", "Residue"][[All, 2]]]}, Boxed -> False] & /@ {"CYP2C9"}, 1],ImageSize -> 400]

Prot2- GraphicsGrid[Partition[Graphics3D[{Black, Thickness[0.001],BezierCurve[ProteinData[#, "AtomPositions", "Residue"][[All, 2]]]}, Boxed -> False] & /@ {"CYP2C9"}, 1],ImageSize -> 400]

Now I have to find a way to align these two structures.

Anybody please:-)

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