In article <1990Sep17.112800.2874 at lth.se> sundinKC at dna.lth.se (Anders
Sundin Oragnisk kemi 2) writes:
> MacMimic is an application for the display, construction and comparison of
> molecular models in full 3-D. It runs on the Macintosh II family of
> computers with a 256 colour monitor and 2 MBytes of memory.
>> A demo of MacMimic version 1.0 is available via anonymous ftp from
> pollux.lu.se as macmimic_demo.sit.hqx. The demo has all functionalities
This looks like a fairly nice program. I have just tried it with a tRNA
molecule from the Brookhaven databank (around 1600 atoms) which it draws
in less than 10 minutes on a slow Mac II. In contrast, the Chem 3D
program can't draw an 800 atom structure in 2 hours (when I gave up).
You can now also find a copy of the demo version of this program via
anonymous ftp to iubio.bio.indiana.edu, cd [archive.chemistry.mac], get
macmimic-demo.hqx. You can also find a demo copy of ball&stick there.
I have no affiliation with Instar software, the developer of MacMimic. I
do hope that Bionet will allow informational messages about commercial
software, such as the original posting. Anders did not, in my opinion,
cross the line from useful information into advertising.
Don.Gilbert at iubio.bio.indiana.edu
biology dept., indiana univ., bloomington, in 47405, usa