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I have a question regarding Pyrosetta. Currently, I want to use pyrosetta to score some protein structures but with missing atoms in sidechain. So my protein structures contrain full-atoms for backbone but missing one or two atoms per residue on sidechain. I used pose_from_pdb to read my protein structure (pdb). But it seems pysoretta will fill in the missing atoms according to rotamer library. Is there a way to prevent it so I can just score my structures with missing atoms on sidechains?
Thanks a lot for the help,
A pose can have a constraint set, a modifiable residue set, an unnoticed `pose.pdb_info().obsolete() == True` case, virtual residues, energies and a few more. Therefore when saving to disk none of the following truly work as they save coordinates:
So I was hoping for an all-in-one
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