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root at I_should_put_my_domain_in_etc_NNTP_INEWS_DOMAIN (root) writes:
> Could anyone tell me where I can find "hel"? It is a
> software written by a professor, for calculating many characteristic
> data of DNA or RNA such as alpha, beta, rise, twist, tilt plot.
> Thanks in advance!
NEWHEL93 (the last version I know of) was written by Dick Dickerson
and is available from the Brookhaven Protein Data Bank via FTP at:
See also http://www.pdb.bnl.gov
It's in Fortran and has a few VMS calls that may need to be
modified for use on a Unix, DOS, or Mac platform. It'll do everything
you asked for, though.