Is there a software that can recognise the protein PDB/CIF files, and fold multiple lines of a same section into one line, so that it is easier to handle? I need to understand the format in CIF so as to create my own CIF file.
For example, when
Notepad++ is used to read a
.py file, it can fold the same section into one line.
So for a PDB/CIF file, e.g. all the atom lines for a same chain can be folded into one line, and I can expand it if needed.
Like this picture, assuming "This PC" is the whole protein, while the other objects are the different chains.