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2nd Window Cornell Theory Center
[Advance Cluster Computing Consortium] A high-performance computing and interdisciplinary research center. This site provides information about the center, resources like software and training, and research information.
[more info][12491]

2nd Window GRASS
[Columbia University] This tool is designed to facilitate the study of macromolecular function by mapping a number of structural, chemical, and biological properties onto various representations of molecular structure (molecular surfaces, wire frame, CPK spheres, or backbone tracing ribbons).
[more info][11301]

2nd Window See in 3-D
[NCBI] (Cn3D) "Cn3D is a helper application for your web browser that allows you to view 3-dimensional structures from NCBI's Entrez retrieval service."
[more info][12340]

2nd Window STING: Sequence To and withIN Graphics
[EMBRAPA/CENARGEN] A tool for the simultaneous display of information about macromolecular structure and sequence. Special attention is given to MacroMolecular INTERFACE analysis.
[more info][10491]

2nd Window STING Server and Software
[Weizmann Institute] "STING is a WWW tool for the simultaneous display of information about macromolecular structure (in STING's Graphics Frame) and sequence (in STING's Sequence Frame). Special attention is given to MacroMolecular INTERFACE analysis."
[more info][12342]

2nd Window SWISS-MODEL
[Glaxo Wellcome Experimental Research] An automated protein modelling server.
[more info][10492]

2nd Window Swiss-PdbViewer
[ExPASy] Provides an interface allowing analysis of several proteins at the same time by superimposing them in order to deduce structural alignments and compare their active sites or any other relevant parts.
[more info][12341]

2nd Window Swiss-PdbViewer 3.5 Review
[BioMedNet] A review of the Swiss-PdbViewer molecular display program.
[more info][12172]

2nd Window Tutorial For Deep View (Swiss-PdbViewer)
[University of Southern Maine] This tutorial provides an introduction to macromolecular modeling with Deep View (formerly called Swiss-PdbViewer), including review of many basic concepts in protein structure.
[more info][12392]

 

 
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