This is a simple program which looks for the location of a four
letter PDB code (using the list of directories, prefixes and
suffixes supplied in the file ./pdb.directories or if this
does not exist STAMPDIR/pdb.directories)
There are several options:
pdbc -q <four letter code>
will mearly report useful information (number of atoms, the occurance of
HETATM, resolution, etc.) about each chain found in the PDB file which
corresponds to the four letter code supplied.
pdbc -d <four letter code>[<chains to be considered>]
this outputs a domain description (or more than one if more than one
chain is given. Sequential use of this program can be used to create a
list of domains for use in scanning.
pdbc -m <four letter code>
this will just report the location of PDB and DSSP files. Good for a
quick test of whether PDB codes can be found in the files specified in
Output is to standard output.