Scripting Vortex and MOE
One of the new features in the latest version of MOE from Chemical Computing Group is the Listener. The MOE socket listener provides an alternative to MOE/web for executing functions remotely on a running instance of MOE.
The script will download the associated PDB structures from the rcsb Protein Data Bank, put them into a database then start the browser. It may take a few seconds to download the structure; this does rely on MOE having the right proxy settings to access the internet (use the Java console to set them). You can now transfer this to MOE and amend the display to highlight the ligand.
The MOEflexalign script takes the SMILES string of the selected row generates a 3D structure and does a one-shot flexalign between the ligand in the system in MOE, and the incoming ligand.
It is probably easier to see this in action, if it appears rather small click on the YouTube icon in the bottom right corner of the video.