Showing Brookhaven DB Models on PC
num208jn at MBDS.NRC.CA
Thu Mar 19 07:21:49 EST 1992
In article <1992Mar19.021019.6062 at ux1.cso.uiuc.edu>, li at mrcnext.cso.uiuc.edu (hans li) writes:
>Need some help here. My boss has assigned me the task of trying to find a
>program which will run on a 386 with coprocesser, vga and 4 megs of ram (just
>in case there are some that won't run on that) which will allow us to draw/
>render models of enzymes and other molecules based on the brookhaven database.
>He would like one where we can actually go in and take measurements of the
>distance between specific groups, but not necessarily one which will do
>This is not limited to shareware/freeware and as long as it's of reasonible
>cost (under 200) he'll spring for it.
>Please reply via email as I don't monitor this group regularly.
Please... don't just email the reply to the sender... share it with
the rest of us... we who DO read it regularly.
Dr. John Nash, |
Cell Systems Section, | Email: Jo.Nash at NRC.CA
Institute for Biological Sciences, | Mail to "NUM208JN at MBDS.NRC.CA"
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