Brookhaven files for RasMol?
Thu May 11 08:44:07 EST 1995
In article <3onl7n$dth at decaxp.harvard.edu>, robison at mito.harvard.edu (Keith
>9007067 at sunvax.sun.ac.za wrote:
>: Hi people
>: Does anyone know how to get hold of Brookhaven's data files for proteins
>: I know that they are available via anon FTP, but need the site.
>: The WWW site (if it exists) might also be helpful
>to find a number of sites with PDB-related services, and the PDB itself.
>If you configure your WWW browser to pass
>robison at mito.harvard.edu
Sorry to but in. I've just checked the Brookhaven Protein Data BAnk page on the
Web. The URL goes as follows: http://www.pdb.bnl.gov. It uses PDBBrowse,
developed by David Stamp, Clifford Felder and Joe Sussman (Nature
374(6522):572-574), a series of Perl script which seem to do a very good job as
search engines front ended by an exaustive query form. Rasmol viewers for
various platforms seem to be downloadable from there too.
University of Natal Durban
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