I'm really new to Rosetta, and I don't know very much about coding or script writing. I am trying to do a point mutation on a protein that forms a viral capsid, but because of the way the protein assembles, I have three identical protein chains forming a trimer that are named A.B. and C. They have very slightly different conformations but the same sequence, and they assemble in a specific way. I'm trying to see how a point mutation affects assembly, possibly by looking at changes in the Rosetta score. Anyway, the first step is to have the same mutation occur on all three chains, and scan for improvements in energy score, but I'm not sure how to do that in pmut_scan. I can only do mutations on a single monomer that isn't part of an actual structure. Is there a way to have the same mutation appear in all three chains?