rowland.geoff at zetnet.co.uk
Sat Jul 25 09:09:01 EST 1998
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from steffen at spica.biochem.ualberta.ca (Steffen Graether) contains
> [ Article reposted from bionet.molbio.proteins ]
> [ Author was Steffen Graether ]
> [ Posted on 24 Jul 1998 05:03:59 GMT ]
> Does anyone know of a simple software program that allows you to draw 'simple'
> beta-sheets? I would like something to write on while doing my NMR
> assignments. These would be idealized beta-sheets (ie. do not require any
> input) and would look roughly like -
> H H
> | |
> C N
> /\ /\
> Many thanks,
You can use the standard chemical drawing packages like ChemWindow or
ChemDraw to set up a template for this.
ISIS/Draw is a freely available package for Windows, Macintosh and
SGI workstations which should also do the job.
A related request:
Does anyone know of a program (preferably win95) that will produce
such 2-D H-bonded representations of beta-sheets (and alpha helices),
with side chains labelled, from the information in PDB files?
Geoff Rowland (Yeovil College, Division of Science and Maths)
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