Inexpensive Molecular Modelling Software Wanted (Macintosh)

Andrew, Tel. +396-91093434 WALLACE at irbm.it
Fri Jan 19 13:30:09 EST 1996


> >I'm looking for some molecular modelling software (e.g. ChemOffice 
> >or ChemDraw)  for the Mac that doesn't cost  an arm and a leg.  Anyone
> have 
> >any suggestions?  Please reply here or to my e-mail at 
> >mlinger at magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu.  Thanks.
 
You might also look around for RasMol (RasMac for the Macintosh), an
application which will allow you to display Protein Database (PDB)
coordinate files, and which as far as I know is *free* to non-commercial
users. If you hunt through the web you will probably find a site that
distributes it, as I'm afraid I don't remember where I got my copy.

Andrew

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