bget pdb 1adb >1adb.pdbwill retrieve the entire 1adb PDB file. The command
bget pdb -f 1adb >1adb.seqwill retrieve the 1adb sequence in FASTA format. To get a list of available databases, use the
The DBGET manual is a useful starting place. NetDBget refers to the client commands we have installed locally.
bget- Get entries from a database.
dbget- Synonym for
bfind- Find entries in a database with matching character patterns in the definition line.
bman- Retrieve documentation on DBGET commands and databases
binfo- List database versions and statistics.
blink- Follows links in database entries. I haven't been able to get this to do anything useful.
btit- I don't have a clue what commandthis does.
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