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Ben Tristem news at tristem.net
Tue Aug 21 13:18:35 EST 2001

I also should have made it clear that I need to be able to create simple structures (water to
glucose and the like) and preferably view them in one package.

"Ben Tristem" <news at tristem.net> wrote in message news:jAxg7.303456$Do6.12692145 at nnrp4.clara.net...
> I'm probably being stupid here, but I can't see a stand-alone version of Protein explorer that I
> use on my PC without installing Netscape Navigator?
> Thanks
> Ben
> "Raphaël Chaleil" <r.chaleil at icrf.icnet.uk> wrote in message
news:3B8160C9.CA3AADC at icrf.icnet.uk...
> > The question was about a freeware program to show biological molecules for A
> > level students. For sure Rasmol has a lot of limitations but frankly i'm
> > using it daily in my work when i want quick visualisation of structures, for
> > more advanced functions i use some other softwares, like SPDBV, Molmol, VMD,
> > Prepi or and some commercial softwares; but Rasmol is the best for basic
> > functions, i know many people hate the command line but it's really good and
> > in most cases the menu is sufficient.
> > May i suggest a program of my own for PC under win at
> > http://perso.infonie.fr/sphinx05/Resources/Telecharg/mv131.zip
> > it is not as fast as Rasmol, but is OpenGL based, and unfortunately the menu
> > options are in French.
> > I think Rasmol is really the best for basic use.
> > --
> > Raphael Chaleil
> > Biomolecular Modelling Laboratory
> > Imperial Cancer Research Fund
> > 44, Lincoln's Inn Fields
> > WC2A3PX London
> > http://www.bmm.icnet.uk
> >
> >

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