residue (re)numbering in leap.

From: Tom Bishop <>
Date: Thu 15 Jul 1999 09:16:00 -0500

Dear amber users,

I noticed that when I load a pdb file into tleap/xleap and then save it
that the residue numbers (a.k.a sequence numbers) get renumbered such
that the first residue is residue number 1. (This is as described in the
Is there a way to preserve the original residue numbering as listed in
the PDB? Or is there a set command
that allows me to reassign the proper residue numbers?

This will make analysis easier and less error prone since I won't have
to map between the biologically relevant residue numbers to amber's
residue numbering.

Thanks in advance,

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Received on Thu Jul 15 1999 - 07:16:00 PDT
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