Announce: ANSIG software

Per Kraulis krpx at desmond.sto.pharmacia.se
Tue Apr 30 05:44:26 EST 1996


Protein NMR software announcement:

The ANSIG (Assignment of NMR Spectra by Interactive Graphics) program,
release 3.3 is now available on the web. The entire documentation can
be browsed, and the complete distribution can be fetched. There are
two alternative sites (with identical content):

     http://nirvana.bioc.cam.ac.uk/     Follow the link "ANSIG v3.3".

     http://nmrsgi1.ncifcrf.gov/ansig/doc/ansig.html

ANSIG is a program for inspection and assignment of NMR 2D/3D/4D homo-
and heteronuclear spectra, mainly but not exclusively geared towards
proteins. Literature references: P.J. Kraulis et al, Biochemistry
(1994) v 33, pp 3515-3531, and P.J. Kraulis, J. Magn. Reson. (1989), v
24, pp 627-633. 

The ANSIG program is *not* in the public domain. A signed license is 
required. However, the program is free for academic institutions.

The distribution contains source code, library files, documentation
(in HTML format), and several matrix conversion programs. Two
different example data sets are available from the FTP sites.

The ANSIG program is written for the Silicon Graphics machines using
GL and Fortran 77 (the first version of the program was released in
1989). It will compile on IRIX 5.2 and 5.3 systems, and hopefully also
on 4.0.5 and 6.2 systems.

I thank Dr. Ernest Laue and Dr. Andrew Raine (Cambridge, UK) and
Dr. Andrew Byrd and Dr. Paul Dowling (ABL, NCI-FCRDC, USA) for making
space available to set up the web sites.


-- 
Per Kraulis, Ph.D.              phone: +46 (8) 695 78 34
Pharmacia & Upjohn Inc          fax:   +46 (8) 695 40 82
Biopharmaceuticals R&D, N62:5   e-mail: krpx at sgikrpe.sto.pharmacia.se
S-112 87 Stockholm                 or   p.j.kraulis at bioc.cam.ac.uk
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