Yes, that is not a typo for cis-proline! I don't have an issue just curious. I have a loop that Rosetta Remodel (all PIKAA entries) is struggling with despite the generic_aa set to G (but most likely for biological reasons), which got me thinking...
- Would the cis-isomer of any amino acid be sampled?
- If so, where can I find more info? (I could not find anything)
- If so would the omega deviation parameter be 180° (i.e. 0°) for a cis-isomer in the per aa values block at the end of a _0001 pdb file? If not, does any score term say it?