CLIP ART OF VIRUSES AND AB
rdonis at UNL.EDU
Thu Jul 14 20:13:36 EST 1994
>Does anyone have any clipart of Abs and viruses. Particularly
>different ab classes. Or does anyone know where I can get some?
>Thanks in advance.
>I would also be interested in the same clipart
HERE IS SOME POTENTIALLY USEFUL INFO,
I AM NOT SURE IF THESE GRAPHICS CAN BE USED AS "CLIP ART"
CHECK WITH THE FTP SITE MANAGER IF YOU HAVE DOUBTS:
Madison, WI, USA 21 July 1993
I have recently created an anonymous ftp site on my
workstation. The address is "rhino.bocklabs.wisc.edu".
One connects there with the username "anonymous" and
then your e-mail as the password.
The idea is so far to make accessible some quicktime
movies and other graphics files I created and some
that were contributed as well.
Most of the files are Macintosh related just because
I happen to find that easier to use (no flame here
please!). The images/quicktime movies are likely to be
useful in the educational curriculum to illustate
virus structures to students and then again most
educational institutions have Macs.
An important point is to transfer the files ending
with txt just as text files and those ending with
Mbin or MacBin with the "MacBinary" option turned
"on" when transfering in binary. This will save
you a lot of grieve!
The quicktime movies/images are either derived from
a Silicon Graphics computer and then assembled into
a QuickTime movie, the original data being the 3D
X-ray derived coordinates from the PDB database at
Brookhaven, or Electron Microscopy reconstructions
images I have obtained from Purdue. West lafayette,
I have placed there some "topographical maps" as
photographed in Rotbard & Kirkegard(1992) "Seminars in
Virology" vol.3 pp 483-499 "Picornavirus pathogenesis:
viral access, attachment and entry into susceptible cells"
There is also information on how to obtain other
nice little programs like MacMolecule, MacInplot
or Kinemage. For instance in the Kinemage sirectory
you'll find 2 files I created to visualize the T=1
and T=3 icosahedron. T=1 is shown with CPV (canine
Parvovirus) and T=3 with rhinovirus14. The program
kinemage itself being distributed on another anonymous
ftp and by the journal "Protein Science".
I presented some of these movies/images at the ASV
workshop on undergraduate studies and people seemed
to like the images and the potential they represent
at capturing student's interest and attention.
Most people however were intimidated by the
computer aspect and were pleased when I announced
that I would put these on a VHS tape for next
year's ASV meeting to be held in Madison,Wisconsin
in July'94 (ASV = American Society for Virology)
I know there are some specific Molecular biology
ftp sites already, including the popular ftp.indiana.edu
of Don Gilbert but I do not know of a site dealing
specifically with virology, especially virus structure.
Hence the decision to create it myself.
For ftp connection you can use NCSA telnet, XferIt or
FETCH (all in the public domain) or VersaTerm Pro, or
any other communication program that support the FTP
(file transfer protocol).
I sincerely hope you will find some interesting "treasures"
here on your "hunt" on the Internet!
Jean-Yves Sgro, Ph.D.
Institute for Molecular Virology
Robert M. Bock Laboratories
University of Wisconsin-Madison
1525, Linden Drive
Madison Wi 53706 -USA-
e-mail: sgro at macc.wisc.edu
anonymous ftp: rhino.bocklabs.wisc.edu
telephone: (608) 262 - 7464
facsimile: (608) 262 - 7414
[USA International country code is 1]
Dr. Ruben Donis
Dept. of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences
University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, NE 68583-0905
FAX to 402-472-9690
E-mail RDONIS at UNL.EDU
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