From: John Stone (johns_at_ks.uiuc.edu)
Date: Fri Jan 16 2004 - 13:07:09 CST
At present, there's no way to make bonds between separately loaded
molecules. You could merge them into a single molecule however,
using 'psfgen', 'cat' (if you're desparate) or other tools.
Once merged, you can create bonds as you like either interactively
or with scripts.
On Fri, Jan 16, 2004 at 12:24:30PM -0600, Jerry Ebalunode wrote:
> Hi John,
> Can you use vmd to display hbonds btw two separetly loaded molecules (ligand
> and receptor). If so how can this be done without combining the files and
> loading them. Can VMD through the tckon shell be used to create an hbond list
> between two separetly loaded molecules (ligand and receptor). Thanks for
> your anwser in advance
> Jerry Ebalunode
> Graduate Research Assistant
> RM 402F Houston Science Center
> Phone: 713-743-8367
> Dept. of Biology and Biochemistry
> University of Houston.
> 4800 Calhoun Road
> Houston, TX 77204
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