Thanks Wim, but the the thing is that I always run into problems when
the LinkChain pop up appears. This is both when linking automatically
and manually. The data mode chain i correct but is doesn't seem like
the whole chain code is present in the imported data files. The first
time I tried (automatically) the all residues except Pro (as discussed
eariler) appeard in the imported code.
I'm using nmr view as the importing file format. From what I can see
the file only gives shifts and no info about the code. Should I choose
2012/5/3 Wim Vranken <[log in to unmask]>:
> Hi Ellen,
> Because you only have backbone (and CB) chemical shifts the assignment information from the peak list is probably linked incorrectly to the residues in CCPN - the algorithm to connect these is not so sophisticated so unless you have side chain information it will happily link the info from your format file to the CCPN info with an offset.
> If you re-import the peak list, but click 'No' for the 'Automatic linking' popup, you should get a window where you can correctly connect the sequence codes that are in your peak list to the residue sequence codes already in CCPN.