A very fast program for visualizing protein surfaces, channels and cavitiesVoorintholt, R., Kosters, M. T., Vegter, G., Vriend, G. & Hol, W. G. J. Dec-1989 In : Journal of molecular graphics. 7, 4, p. 243-245 3 p.
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A method for visualizing molecular surfaces is described that uses a grid to store the distance to the nearest atom. Using on-the-fly three-dimensional (3D) contouring of a molecular graphics program such as FRODO, one can obtain a good impression of van der Waals surfaces and solvent-accessible surfaces. The main advantages of the method described here are its high speed and the fact that no recalculations need to be done to obtain the solvent-accessible surface visualized for a probe with another radius.
|Number of pages||3|
|Journal||Journal of molecular graphics|
|State||Published - Dec-1989|
- solvent-accessible surface visualization
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