Crosslinkers can be used to show whatever you want, as long as it's clear what they stand for. In my original model, the crosslinkers were just there to provide stability. I've since taken them all out and replaced them with wire supports. You don't even have to use them at all if you don't feel they add anything to your model.Quick Question.
Can crosslinkers be used to show bonds other than disulfide bonds?
Because, other than the one disulfide bond in the model, we don't know what to do with the other crosslinkers...
It says in the rules that you can use the same model for Regionals and States (although you're expected to add to it for States). They give out different colored toobers to different teams, anyway, so I'm pretty sure the color is irrelevant.This is also a trial in IL, which I happen to be doing
the model for state and regionals is the same, but the color of the toober is different.... do you think we have to build a new model and will the check te color of the toober?
I believe the command is "hbonds on".okay
also, how do you enable hydrogen bonds on JMol, because I am just not seeing any
Make sure you have the section where you want to show the hydrogen bonds selected; if you have a single sidechain selected or something, nothing will show up. That's the only thing I can think of. Other than that, I don't know what the problem could beI tried that, but I must have been doing it wrong because I didn't see a single bond
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