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TMalign - protein structure alignment
TMalign performs a structural alignment of proteins. The alignment is scored by the TM- score algorithm.
When started with no options, a summary of commands is given. With two protein structures presented as arguments, the TM-score uses the length of the second protein to be normalised. The final structural alignment is invariant to any of the options below. -L number normalises TM-score by an assigned length (in aa) -a normalises TM-score by the average length of the two structures -b normalises TM-score by the length of the shorter of the two structures -c normalises TM-score by the length of the longer of the two structures -o filename Run TM-align and output the superposition to 'filename.sup' and 'filename.sup_all'. The output files serve as scripts to the program rasmol. To view the superimposed structures of the aligned regions call 'rasmol -script TM.sup' To view the superimposed structures of all regions 'rasmol -script TM.sup_all'.
http://zhang.bioinformatics.ku.edu/TM-align/, rasmol(1) When using this proram and for more detailed information, please refer to the publication in NucleicAcidsRes. (2005) Volume 33 page 2303ff. by Zhang and Skolnick.
tm-align was written by Zhang and Skolnick. This manual page was written by Steffen Moeller <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). October 21, 2007 TMALIGN(1)