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3D-Explorer- Window or Java macromolecules new visualization tools.

3D-Explorer- Window or Java macromolecules new visualization tools. - Protein Forum

3D-Explorer- Window or Java macromolecules new visualization tools. - Protein Forum


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3D-Explorer- Window or Java macromolecules new visualization tools.

Trial version, manual and examplesof molecular
visualization cab be dowloaded at

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3D-Explorer is designed to visualize spatial models
of biological macromolecules and their complexes (below
referred to as models). The 3D-Explorer application is
compatible with PDB formatted files.
3D-Explorer has an interface compatible with the
GetAtoms and CE applications and can visualize several
compared 3D-structures.
You can visualize charge on molecular surface as
well as hydrophobisity.
The macromolecule can be presented as wire, stick,
ball and stick, and CPK models.
You can drag a macromolecule model with your mouse,
rotate it, and change the size of models.
You can also change the detail level and color of
models and their elements.
In 3D-Explorer, you can work with several types of
molecular elements and show the structural features of
a molecule as a matrix diagram.


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