Visualize biological macromolecules
RasMol is a molecular graphics program intended for the visualisation of
proteins, nucleic acids and small molecules. The program is aimed at
display, teaching and generation of publication quality images.
The program reads in a molecule coordinate file and interactively displays
the molecule on the screen in a variety of colour schemes and molecule
representations. Currently available representations include depth-cued
wireframes, 'Dreiding' sticks, spacefilling (CPK) spheres, ball and stick,
solid and strand biomolecular ribbons, atom labels and dot surfaces.
Supported input file formats include Protein Data Bank (PDB), Tripos
Associates' Alchemy and Sybyl Mol2 formats, Molecular Design Limited's
(MDL) Mol file format, Minnesota Supercomputer Center's (MSC) XYZ (XMol)
format, CHARMm format, CIF format and mmCIF format files.
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