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Figure 1
Link mechanism and alias. (a) In peptide linking (TRANS/CIS), OXT is deleted from one side and H2 and H3 are deleted from the other side, and a bond between C and N is then defined together with other restraints around this bond. The standard atom names are shown. (b) The peptide monomer CIR has equivalent main-chain atoms with different names. The alias table (_chem_comp_alias) specifies how their names should be changed in order to correctly use TRANS/CIS links. Images were created using PyMOL (version 2.4; Schrödinger).

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