In article <6l7588$j4n$1 at netnews.upenn.edu>, alwang at blue.seas.upenn.edu (Al Wang) writes:
>>Does anyone know what's a good way to take a Brookhaven PDB file, extract
>the sequence information, and save it in SwissPROT format? If it can
>also extract the secondary structure features, even better.
I am looking for the same kind information. There is a description of a program called
PDB2PIR on the PIR Web (see http://nbrfa.georgetown.edu/pir/software.html)
but it has not been put on their ftp server.
I am waiting for an answer from the author of the program (Dr. John S. Garavelli,
Associate Director of PIR).
>alwang at doubt.com>http://www.seas.upenn.edu/~alwang/>>"What's My Solution?"