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PDBHighlight: A Rasmol script DB - Summary

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PDBH aims to develop a searchable database of rasmol scripts, designed to visually integrate data in the PDB with data from other sources. Curently we maintain a set of scripts which DEFINE, color and annotate PDB entries with their SCOP domain definition


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PDBHighlight outlines some aims...
Submitted by Dan Bolser; posted on Tuesday, August 26, 2003
PDBHighlight aims to develop a searchable database of rasmol scripts, designed to visually integrate data in the PDB with data from other sources. Curently we maintain a set of rasmol scripts which DEFINE, color and annotate PDB entries with their SCOP domain classification within rasmol.
In future, we would like to systematically integrate other databases, develope a searchable web interface and maintain a database of ad-hoc scripts. The overal aim is to promote education, archive knowledge and give people fun!
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