In article <46ill2$olp at winx03.informatik.uni-wuerzburg.de>,
krasel at wpxx02.toxi.uni-wuerzburg.de (Cornelius Krasel) wrote:
> Duncan Clark (Duncan at genesys.demon.co.uk) wrote:
> > Are the.pdb files stored elsewhere other than NIH.
>>ftp://ftp.embl-heidelberg.de/pub/databases/pdb/>> > Secondly how does one find the pbd file one wants in NIH ie the ftp data
> > structure. For a file like 1KLN. where does one start.
>> Tricky. For older files, there is the list of Laura L. Walsh (an old version
> of which is available at my own Linux box,
>http://wpxx02.toxi.uni-wuerzburg.de/PDBlist.html> however, the file has over 300 kB!) The recent PDB can be searched at
> various sites which I don't recall offhand (I would go either to
> Brookhaven or to the Indiana Gopher for a start:
>>http://www.pdb.bnl.gov is the PDB directly
>> > An archie search shows that raswin is on umpteen sites.
>> Unfortunately it's mostly not the latest version.
RasWin can be found by anonymous FTP from ftp.dcs.ed.ac.uk [126.96.36.199] in
the directory /pub/rasmol in a zip compressed file called raswin.zip, and as
this is the home of the RasMol software I would expect it to be the latest
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