History of Crystallography & Molecular Graphics

YASUOKA, Nori yasuoka at sci.himeji-tech.ac.jp
Fri Jan 5 02:17:07 EST 2001


At 11:51 +0000 1.1.2, nospam at our.site.sci.himeji-tech.ac.jp wrote:
> This message has been posted by:  Dr Suhail A Islam
><islam at REMOVE-THIS-TO-SENDicrf.icnet.uk>
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>
> Can anybody please point me to an historical account of
> the use of Computer Graphics and Crystallography. I am
> aware of programs by Dr. Diamond in the 60's (?), but dont
> know if these were the first.
> Thank you.
> ______________________________________________________
> Suhail A Islam
> Biomolecular Modelling Laboratory
> Imperial Cancer Research Fund,
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Dear Dr  Suhail A Islam:

I don't know who is the first, but I recommend you to refer the following
monographs,

"Model Building Techniques for Macromolecules"  R. Diamond, pp336-343.
"How to Simulate Protein Folding with Interactive Computer Graphics"  K.
Nagano,  pp344-352.
in Crystallographic Computing Techniques, Ed F. R. Ahmed, Munksgaard, 1976.
(Presented at Int. Summer School in Prague, 1975.)

Nori Yasuoka


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