Molecular Modelling

3D Molecular Modeling Homepage  
Here you will find a comprehensive listing of 3D pharmaceutical structures which can be viewed, rotated, and animated live on your screen with Chime, the Chemscape plug-in by MDL.
Submitted: Dec 16, 2000
Crystal Lattice Structures  
This page offers a concise index of common crystal lattice structures. A graphical representation as well as useful information about the lattices can be obtained by clicking on the desired structure.
Submitted: Dec 16, 2000
Molecular Visualization Galleries  
A gallery of images by non-RasMol/Chime software, with links to many other molecular galleries.
Submitted: Dec 17, 2000
Molecular Graphics with POVRay and Swiss PDB Viewer  
These pages contain some pictures generated using POVRay 3.1, Swiss PDB Viewer 3.0 and the POV modeler Moray 3. Used in conjunction, these free programs allow for the generation of beautiful ray-traced images of protein structures from the corresponding PDB files. The user has nearly complete control over the final result and any picture can be made as dull or flashy as desired, the latter obviously requiring somewhat more user input. All of the 'molecular graphics' you see on this page were generated using POV and SPDBV, including the rotating picture of the azurin active site in the upper left-hand corner.
Submitted: Dec 16, 2000
Swiss-PdbViewer Discussion  
Use this forum for sharing ideas, questions, and concerns about Swiss-PdbViewer and its applications in research, teaching, and publishing. Participants will include the programmers who bring you Swiss-PdbViewer.
Submitted: Dec 17, 2000
ExPDB Entries for a PDB Code  
This utility searches the ExPDB database index with a PDB ID code, and returns the associated ExPDB file names. These are the files used as modelling templates by SWISS-MODEL.
Submitted: Dec 16, 2000
RasMol Email List  
This email list is for discussion of RasMol, Chime, Protein Explorer, and other molecular visualization software (especially of the free variety), educational uses, tutorials, technical questions about the software, announcements of new versions of software or new versions of web pages involving molecular visualization, and whatever else the subscribership finds useful.
Submitted: Dec 17, 2000
RasMol Gallery/UMass Amherst  
High-resolution images illustrating RasMol's best by the creator of RasMol. Images from "movie" scripts on DNA, antibody: antigen, major histocompatibility proteins presenting peptide antigens, SH2 domain with phosphotyrosine. Also non-script images of ATP, tRNA, and lipid bilayers.
Submitted: Dec 17, 2000



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