Nigel Eastmond <nce at rri.sari.ac.uk> wrote:
>Craig Marshall (craigm at nz.ac.otago.sanger) wrote:
>: I would appreciate comments from anybody who knows anything about
>: software suitable for displaying protein (and nucleic acid) structures
>: on a Mac. I know there has been quite a lot of discussion on and off
>: about this and so I know about Kinemage, MacModel and Ball-and-Stick,
>: and so forth, but we are particularly interested in commercial software
>>Try Tripos Associates Alchemy. Comes with nucleic acid and amino acid
>fragments to paste together.
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