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molecular graphics

[mə′lek·yə·lər ′graf·iks]
(physical chemistry)
The use of computer graphics to display and manipulate chemical structures with sufficient accuracy that bond distances and angles may be displayed and reported and it is possible to dock or fit together two or more molecules. Also known as graphics-based molecular modeling.
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A Molecular Graphics Laboratory (MGL) tool [10] was used for the visualization and analysis of molecular structures.
Molecular graphics were performed using VMD Software (Humphrey et al.
In the 1980s, he developed molecular graphics and modeling methods.
To increase such appalling odds, scientists tend to rely on a process called rational design, which uses modern chemistry and molecular graphics to identify, and then impede, particular enzymes or targets in a virus or disease.
The Woodlands, TX 9/30/04--Rigaku/MSC has acquired Molecular Images, a developer of molecular graphics and data analysis software for macro-molecular crystallographic structure determination, including the MI-fit program for Windows and Linux, and the XtalView program.
Modern molecular graphics and a user-friendly interface allow novices to view and share complex 3D molecular data, gaining access to vital research information.
Kinemages and their associated programs, originated and maintained by David and Jane Richardson at Duke, constitute the original molecular graphics freeware.
Russell Boyd, FCIC, has been reappointed to the international editorial board of the Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling, which is published in association with the Molecular Graphics and Modelling Society and the ACS Division of Computers in Chemistry.
0 combines molecular graphics with a full range of Windows desktop integration tools.
Submit a one page abstract (350-700 words) to Molecular Graphics Conference, c/o Dr.
His group has also probed the factors determining and controlling the catalytic activities and specificities of the enzymes of asymmetric synthetic value, using molecular graphics, molecular dynamics, and site-specific mutagenesis approaches.
Submit a one-page abstract (350-700 wards) to Molecular Graphics Conference, c/o Dr.

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