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2nd Window a la mode: A Ligand and Monomer Object Data Environment
[The Nucleic Acid Database Project] An environment for building models of ligand and monomer molecular components.
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2nd Window B Molecular Modeling
[Scripps Institute] Formerly called Biomer, this Java applet builds molecular models to order. Designate components like DNA bases and amino acids to assemble into one molecule. The program also offers functions for energy minimization and molecular dynamics.
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2nd Window Center for Molecular Modeling
[NIH] CMM is a major supplier of molecular modeling resources and expertise to the NIH research community. The site contains many annotated links to bioinformatics resources and tutorials.
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2nd Window ChemDraw
[CambridgeSoft] ChemDraw includes stereochemistry recognition and display, multi-page documents, ChemNMR with spectral display, and Name=Struct for instant structure generation. AutoNom creates IUPAC names from structures. ChemDraw for Excel brings chemistry to Excel. The Online menu links to ChemACX.Com for easy chemical sourcing and ordering. The ChemDraw Plugin adds chemical intelligence to your browser for querying databases and displaying data from web sites.
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2nd Window DDL - Drug Design Laboratory
[Milan University, Italy] This site presents downloadable programs for drug design, including molecular dynamics for solvated molecules, program Predator to predict secondary structure of proteins, and molecular orbital calculations.
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2nd Window The Dundee PRODRG Server
[University of Dundee] This WWW PRODRG server will convert coordinates for small molecules in PDB format to the following topology formats: GROMOS, GROMACS, WHAT IF, CNS, O, SHELX, HEX and MOL2. In addition, coordinates for hydrogen atoms are generated.
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2nd Window History of Visualization of Biological Macromolecules
This interesting page traces the history of molecular visualization from wire models through the latest computer representations.
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2nd Window Kinemage
[D. Richardson, Duke Univ.] A package of 2 programs, Prekins and Mage, that enables the user to create a 3-D image from a PDB-format coordinate file, which then can be modified.
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2nd Window Macromolecular Visualization Lab
[University of Massachusetts] Eric Martz's course in this topic. He's the author of Protein Explorer, so he ought to know about this stuff.
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2nd Window mmCIF: macromolecular Crystallographic Information File
[The Nucleic Acid Database Project] A subset of STAR, CIF format is suitable for archiving all types of text and numerical data: exploring its generality, upward compatibility, flexibility, and incorporating these in electronic publications.
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2nd Window ModView
[Laboratories of Molecular Biophysics, Rockefeller University] ModView is a plugin to visualize and analyze multiple biomolecule structures and/or sequence alignments. It is also used as a database interface in several structure-sequence protein resources: ModBase (database of Comparative Protein Structure Models), LigBase (Structural Database of Aligned Ligand Binding Protein Sequences), and DBAli (database of sequence-structure alignments. ModView can be also used to view structures and sequences in Protein Data Bank.
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2nd Window Molecular Docking Web
[Home page of Dr. Garrett M. Morris] Ligand-protein docking, with access to AutoDock program, important for drug design. Many links for ligands, protein structure, drug design, computational chemistry, bioinformatics.
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2nd Window Molecular Graphics Manifesto
[University of Southern Maine] (Gale Rhodes) A web article on why and how to make molecular graphics an essential skill for students in introductory biochemistry.
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2nd Window Molecular Level
[University of Southern Maine] An outreach and consulting program that provides workshops and other training in molecular graphics.
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2nd Window Protein Modelling Software
[National University of Singapore] Well-annotated links to software for protein modelling programs and their online manuals.
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2nd Window Quality of Macromolecular Models
[University of Southern Maine] "A Glossary of Terms from Crystallography, NMR, and Homology Modeling."
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2nd Window The Representation of Molecular Models
[Univ. of Geneva] A site covering the basics of molecular modeling and image rendering techniques.
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2nd Window World Index of Molecular Visualization Resources
This is a visitor-maintained website. Visitors may submit website URL's with descriptions and cross-indexing terms. Categories include Biochemistry and inorganic chemistry tutorials, how to create Chime tutorials, resources for structural data files, and sources for visualization and modeling software.
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