Cheap or Public Domain Unix Software for Viewing PDB Structures

Michael Skidmore mskidmore at ucsd.edu
Sat Jun 17 12:59:10 EST 1995


In article <3rtc7m$mrf at news.iastate.edu>, baker at iastate.edu (Wayne R.
Baker) wrote:
> 
> RasMol by Roger Sayle is a really nice (and free) application. From the
> Announce file:


And if you are going to publish the structure or want real nice slides, be
sure to ray trace the .mol file made by RasMol with Raster3D. You could
check out the page from a class I just sat in on at UCSD,
http://sbl.salk.edu:80/~teneyck/ there's a link to lecture notes that
shows how http://sdcc8.ucsd.edu/~rnaima/mol.html. Or just go to the
Raster3D page directly
ftp://stanzi.bchem.washington.edu/pub/raster3d/raster3d.html

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