In article <31B5913A.41C6 at biochemtech.uni-halle.de>,
reimer at biochemtech.uni-halle.de says...
>>Is there any program known which allows to compare 3D structure of
>different PDB Files?
If you are running unix then you can contact Andrew Martin at
University College, London for a copy of ProFit. This will
fit two PDB files and give RMS differences. I've used gcc to
compile it for Linux, our Sun, an SG and a Convex and they all
run it just nicely. Andrew prefers you to contact him directly
as he wants to know who is actually using the program and keeps
you informed of updates.
Martin is martin at bsm.biochemistry.ucl.ac.uk
Bernard Murray, Ph.D.
bernard at elsie.nci.nih.gov (National Cancer Institute, NIH, Bethesda MD, USA)
"Accept the pain, Frank." - Dr. Forrester, MST3k (The Unearthly)