Michelanglo — PDB
Convert a PDB file or code to an interactive NGL viewport
Step 1 Load structure
For greater control see PyMOL converter. If in need of a demo, you could try the PDB code 1UBQ (ubiquitin) as it has a fun helix to look down at 22-34 or 1GFL (wild type GFP), which has a chromophore at 65-67:A.PDB codeWeird PDB code
orUpload PDBPlease upload a valid pdb file.
Step 2 Configure initial view
Choose how the view of the protein should look like when page first loads (initial view) by either using the view-building interface or by editing the tag directly. See documentation for more information.
Residue numbering mismatchThe residue numbers in the PDB file and those in Uniprot differ for some chains
Press here to make the residues in the structure to match Uniprot (irreversible):
Predicted modelThis structure is from Swiss-Model. It is a computational model generated by threaded against a crystallised structure (Swissmodel docs ). It may be incorrect. E.g. missing ligands or broken cysteine bonds.
Initial viewZoom toSelectionColorTitleRadiusToleranceOrientationThe orientation of the protein differs from the stored one above.
<span class="prolink" data-toggle="viewport">Change a setting!</span>
The mutations will be in the main structure after the page is created. If the mutated residue is shown in the initial view, it is suggested to use 'clash' focus mode. To show first the wild type structure on page loading but allow the visitor to toggle to a mutation, create a page with no mutations and then add them in the edit menu.ChainList of mutations
The asymmetric state of crystal structures do not always reflect the oligomerisation of the protein or there may be unneeded chains.Chain
Step 3 Create
Create page. Note that chosen initial view cannot be changed once created.