Atomic clashes (bumps) will be removed by rotating
side chain torsion angles.
Side chains torsion angles will first be rotated
around in steps of 120 degrees. In a second round
steps of 2, 4 or 6 degrees will be used.
The rotamer that leads to the smallest overlap with
the rest of the molecule will be kept. There is
no guarantee that the molecule will be `bump-free`
after this operation. It sometimes helps to send the
output of this server once again to the server.
If you have detected any error, or have any question or suggestion,
please send an Email to Gert Vriend.
Roland Krause, Maarten L Hekkelman, Jens E Nielsen,