3d map of protein

gheavner at NETAXS.COM gheavner at NETAXS.COM
Mon Mar 13 12:48:18 EST 1995


Responding to msg by ksm at world.std.com (Kris S Moorthi) on Sun, 
12 Mar  4:19 AM

>I am writing a research paper on a molecular biology 
>project I am working on... I was wondering if anyone 
>might have any idea where I might get an image of a 3d 
>representation of an actin, spectrin, myosin, ankyrin, 
>or related RBC protein.
>
>please email me:
>
>Jay Moorthi <ksm at world.std.com>
>
>Thanks


Access the Brookhaven database of crystal structures.  There is 
a program available at that location called RasMol that will 
allow you to display several different renderings of 3D 
structures.


George A. Heavner
Senior Director, Peptide R&D
Centocor, Inc.



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