Our laboratory received a copy of kinemage for windows 3.1
in the most recent issue of Protein Science. So it looks like the
Richardson's are doing more than just passing out the program at meetings.
By the way the program is very nice and seems to be pretty stable for
a Win 3.1 program. The disk also comes with a utility for converting
Brookhaven .pdb files to Kinemage (.kin) files.
Eric R. Hugo, Postdoctoral Research Associate |eric at bcserv.wustl.edu
Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics|
Washington University School of Medicine |
Box 8231, St. Louis, MO 63110_________________| (314) 362-3342