> I downloaded the windows version (you find it in /protein/Kinemage/pcMAGE,
> file MAGE_all.exe contains all the other stuff in this directory), and
> I think it's great! I am not very familiar with protein structures at
> all, but Kinemage features an integrated text/graphics approach; that is,
> there are pictures and explanatory text. You can also convert PDB data
> into the Kinemage format, so all of PDB is accessible. They have also
> an introductory course into protein structure (I think I will memorize
> it a bit).
>> Put it on all the gophers in the world!
>> Cornelius (impressed).
> /* Cornelius Krasel, Department of Physiological Chemistry, U Tuebingen */
> /* email: krasel at studserv.zdv.uni-tuebingen.de (Internet) HAS CHANGED!! */
The one drawback is the inability to handle "large" structures,
for example the size of hemoglobin. Think what a great teaching
tool this will be.