Visualising Biomolecules...

Nancy L. Deans deans at oregon.uoregon.edu
Mon Apr 10 17:56:27 EST 1995

In article <brom-1004950805000001 at>, brom at netcom.com (Bill
Romanow) wrote:

> Steve:
> Try RasMac. It's shareware, I don't recall where I d/l'ed it from but it's
> easy to use and works with images from Brookhaven Protein Dtata Base just
> fine! I'm sure you could find lysozyme there.
> In article <9504040947.AA05593 at itdsrv1.ul.ie>, 9224076 at ul.ie (Stephen
> Mulcahy) wrote:
> > Hi,
> > 
> > We are currently studying how Lysozyme works as a model of how Enzymes
> work in general and I'm 
> > wondering if there is anything around in terms of images / animations
> that would help in this? I can place 
> > anything I find on our anonymous ftp archive for other's use aswell.
> Thanks for your help.
> > 
> > -stephen
> > 
H> > BTW Can anyone recommend a good source of [free] bio/chem related clip-art
> > 
> >
> > Stephen "Divil" Mulcahy                         9224076 at ul.ie
> > 3rd Industrial Biochemistry UG, University of Limerick (Eire)
> > WWW: http://skynet.ul.ie/~stephen

Stephen,  If you still need help, we have thousands of files on T4
Lysozyme here at the Institute of Molecular Biology, University of Oregon,
Eugene, OR USA      My Email is Tedm at uoxray.uoregon.edu                  
Ted Michelini

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