protein structure help req.

Larry "Harris" Taylor, Ph.D. lpt at umich.edu
Fri Nov 14 13:52:19 EST 1997


Mark, 

There are a lot of very good useful sites on the web ...go to your favorite
search engine and search under MOLECULAR MODELING or PROTEIN STRUCTURE.

One very good course in protein structure on the net is:

Protein Structure-Internet Course -
http://www.cryst.bbk.ac.uk/PPS/index.html 


To take full advantage of this course, you will need MAGE and and a protein
coordinate viewer (like RasMole ... others are also available which will
work)  Links to Rasmole and Mage are at this site.

Larry Taylor
MHRI
University of Michigan


Protein Structure-Internet Course -
http://www.cryst.bbk.ac.uk/PPS/index.html 

mark <mark at busi-solgro.demon.co.uk> wrote in article
<879457402.22840.0.nnrp-09.9e98d597 at news.demon.co.uk>...
> hi,apologies if this req. is in the wrong ng.
> as part of my wifes studies in biology she has been requested to give an
> account of the structure of proteins and using suitable examples explain
how
> their structure enables them to carry out their function,showing relevant
> diagrams.
> i am aware that this may be extremely basic to many posters/readers,but
if
> any one can provide us with some information we would be extremely
grateful.
> many thanks in advance..
>    mark at busi-solgro.demon.co.uk
> 
> 
> 



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