• Anton Calabrese

Do you need to visualise your XL data in PyMOL? Try PyXlinkViewer!

If you want to visualise your chemical crosslinking-mass spectrometry (XL-MS) data on protein structures or structural models in PyMOL, try our new plug-in! PyXlinkViewer automates the display of crosslinks on a 3D structure, and calculates Euclidean distances between crosslinked residue pairs. It also allows you to control the types of crosslinks displayed (interprotein, intraprotein and dead-end) and edit their display properties.

Our paper describing PyXlinkViewer has just been accepted in Protein Science and you can download the plug-in from GitHub. If you have any feedback, or need help using PyXlinkViewer, feel free to get in touch.

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