The REFORMAT command in GCG has the following option:
/THReeintoone translates three-letter peptides into one-letter
That should do it!
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On Fri, 4 Nov 1994, Christoph Weber wrote:
> Hi all,
>> I have to pull out sequences from PDB files and get them into GCG format.
>> In the PDB files the three letter code is used, while GCG only accepts
> one letter codes.
> I poked around in the help files for a utility to translate between the
> two representations, but haven't found anything.
> In NBRL3D, I found about half of my sequences and successfully downloaded them
> in a GCG readable format, but it's the ones not in NBRL3D (yet) that bug me.
>> Does anyone out there know how to go about this?
>> Thanks in advance,
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