Michael_M at vcp1.vcp.monash.edu.au (Michael J. McLeish) wrote:
>Does anyone know of any windows (or dos) based programs for drawing helical
Take a look on RASMOL
A finded example is the protein CRO linked to DNA.
DOMAIN Molecular modelling and graphics
DESCRIPTION RasMol is an X Window System tool intended for the
DESCRIPTION of proteins and nucleic acids. It reads Brookhaven
DESCRIPTION Databank (PDB) files and interactively renders them in
DESCRIPTION of formats on either an 8bit or 24/32bit colour display
DESCRIPTION Molecular_Model: wire, stick, stick_and_ball, CPK,
DESCRIPTION alpha_trace) hydrogen bonding and disulphide bridges
(stick & wire)
DESCRIPTION Input and Output Format: PDB, Alchemy
DESCRIPTION Output_Type: display, PostScript, GIF, Sun Rasterfile,
AUTHOR Sayle R.
ADDRESS Department of Computer Science University of Edinburgh
ADDRESS Edinburgh EH9 3JZ, UK.
ADDRESS Tel: +44-31-650-5163 , Fax: +44-31-667-7209
CONTACT Sayle R. ros at dcs.ed.ac.uk
SITE ftp anonymous ftp.dcs.ed.ac.uk
SITE Directory /pub/rasmol (Unix, MAC and DOS versions)
SITE_CONTACT rasmol at dcs.ed.ac.uk