Re: Rotating proteins (fwd)

Dr Alan Mills (
Wed, 3 Apr 1996 12:34:00 +0000 (GMT)

======> this may be of interest to PPS ppl. wanting to do impressive web
tricks with macromolecules.


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---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Wed, 3 Apr 1996 12:17:38 +0100
To: Multiple recipients of list <>
Subject: Re: Rotating proteins

>I just found this on Yahoo's "What's New" section which might be of interest:
>It's a rather neat demonstration of how you can use Netscape 2 to show
>animations of molecules etc....without needing fiddly plug-ins.

Its produced using Kinemage (an standard protein display program)
and "animated gifs". Those interested in producing these on a Mac,
should use GIFBuilder (
The latest version will even take a quicktime
movie and convert it. Also GraphicConverter 2.4 does this now.
I am unaware of any Windows program that can do this.

Dr Henry Rzepa, Dept. Chemistry, Imperial College, LONDON SW7 2AY;; Tel (44) 171 594 5774; Fax: (44) 171 594 5804.

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