NCBI 3D Structure Help

August 5, 2009 at 3:42 pm 1 comment

So the folks at NCBI have posted a whole bunch of useful help files on the web for their 3D structure resources, 3D Macromolecular Structure and Conserved Domains.  There are also other helpful how-to files which the fabulous Kristi Holmes over at Becker Library at Wash U has already blogged about here.  Oh, there’s a link to that blog, Bioinformatics@Becker, in my blogroll in case you haven’t already checked it out.

Rock on!

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  • 1. Kristi  |  August 12, 2009 at 8:36 pm

    Hi Jean!
    You really are just too kind!! 🙂 Thanks!
    -Kristi

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