> It s very long to see all the results of procheck.Do you think it s
> possible to download all in ps or gif format for printing later?
> PS I can t spend all day on the computer.
For anyone who is *consistently* having problems accessing the Procheck
server, (and we appreciate there may be quite a number of you,
particularly outside Europe) please mail me and I will run it
from here using your PDB structure as input, and send you the results.
Please try using the WWW interface first, though, and also bear in mind
that the program takes a few (2 or 3) minutes to RUN in a lot of cases,
so there will be a delay, even with an instantaneous Internet connection.
Just a reminder to anyone who has not received a message about their PDB
structure- this mail was sent to all students 1 week ago, and no e-mail
bounces were reported, so if you do not seem to have received this,
please mail me as soon as possible.
John Walshaw firstname.lastname@example.org BioMOO: JohnW
Principles of Protein Structure Using the Internet
Crystallography Department, Birkbeck College, University of London
Malet Street, London WC1E 7HX