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NAME

       superpose - Protein Structure Superposition

USAGE

              superpose q.pdb [-s CIDQ] t1.pdb [-s CID1] ... tN.pdb [-s CIDN] [-o foo_out.pdb]

       where  q.pdb  is  the  Query  structure to which transformation applied, ti.pdb is the ith
       fixed Target structure, [-s CIDi] are optional selection strings in MMDB  convention,  and
       [-o foo_out.pdb] is optional output file specification.

       If more than one target is specified, multiple structure alignment is calculated.

       Instead of using asterisks '*' for selecting all atoms, '-all'

       may be used, such that

              superpose q.pdb -s * t.pdb -s * foo_out.pdb

       and

              superpose q.pdb -s -all t.pdb -s -all foo_out.pdb

       are equivalent.

REFERENCES

       Collaborative  Computational  Project,  Number  4.  2011.  "Overview of the CCP4 suite and
       current developments". Acta Cryst. D67, 235-242.  as well as any specific reference in the
       program write-up.

       E.  Krissinel  and  K.  Henrick (2004). Secondary-structure matching (SSM), a new tool for
       fast protein structure  alignment  in  three  dimensions.   Acta  Cryst.  D60,  2256-2268.
       http://www.ebi.ac.uk/msd-srv/ssm/papers/ssm_reprint.pdf