Whereis MOLSCRIPT

Lorne Taylor ltaylor at peptidarus.UWaterloo.ca
Thu Feb 24 09:36:18 EST 1994


In article <2khkb6$m75 at highway.LeidenUniv.nl>, dirk at rulglj.LeidenUniv.nl (Dirk Huckriede) writes:
> Hello all,
> 
> A few months ago I came across a posting (I do not remember where) in
> which a PDB to PostScript tool was described. If I remember correctly
> it was called MOLSCRIPT or something alike.
> Can someone help me any further ?
> 
> Bye !
> 
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> "to be or nut^H^H^H -- sh^Gt, how do I delete..^?^?^? Oh No Oh NO^D^D^D -- How
> do I get out of this thing anyway^C^C^C Kill it^Z^Z^Z (mumble mumble)
> Bus error (core dumped)
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Dirk;

-	Here is the info I think you're looking for.

     MolScript v1.3 (C) 1992 Per Kraulis
     ===================================


MolScript is a program for creating molecular graphics in the form of
PostScript plot files. Possible representations are simple wire models,
CPK spheres, ball-and-stick models, text labels and Jane Richardson-type
schematic drawings of proteins, based on atomic coordinates in various
formats. Colour, greyscale, shading and depth cueing can be applied to
the various graphical objects.

-and you can contact Per Kraulis

	
Dr. Per Kraulis
Center for Structural Biochemistry
Karolinska Institute
Novum
S-141 57 Huddinge
SWEDEN

phone +46  8 608 9266
fax   +46  8 608 9290
email pjk at oyster.csb.ki.se

Hope this helps
Lorne




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