If you choose one of the structures we solved for your T-shirt
(admittedly not as sexy as rna polymerase or hiv protease or 1aka),
don't worry about acknowledging us.
What's more, if we ever meet you wearing the T-shirt at a conference
or somesuch, you'll be guaranteed a free drink!
Mark J. van Raaij
Dpto de Bioquímica, Facultad de Farmacia
Universidad de Santiago
15782 Santiago de Compostela
On 17 Feb 2009, at 10:51, Jayashankar wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> Thanks for the information,
> Even i was discussing with one my uncle who is in fashion
> industry,about these intelligent designs (offcourse the pbd
> May be folks..in future you have to wear rna polymerase or hiv
> protease or 1aka or.....
> imprinted on holiday shirts..is that i have to acknowledge the
> author even at that part?
> Research Student
> Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
> Hannover Medical School
> On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 7:30 AM, William G. Scott <[log in to unmask]
> > wrote:
> I just emailed the guy today and asked him if there was any hope of
> getting an intel version in the future, and he wrote back almost
> immediately and said he is working on it and is about 90% done. The
> current one runs only on PPC.
> I tried to hint subtly that it would be kind of cool to have nucleic
> acids. ...
> On Feb 16, 2009, at 7:42 PM, Engin Ozkan wrote:
> Does this screensaver run on 10.5 intel Macs? It looks like it was
> developed a while ago, and not updated since then.
> Manish Chandra Pathak wrote:
> For mac, a screen saver (structure) is already available. moreover
> it's free and displays couple of structural information exactly the
> way Jayashankar wants.
> I hope their is something like this for Linux/Windows also.
> *From:* Jürgen Bosch <[log in to unmask]>
> *To:* [log in to unmask]
> *Sent:* Monday, February 16, 2009 2:44:50 PM
> *Subject:* Re: [ccp4bb] PDB protein strucutrues as screen saver
> Get a Mac, render some images in Pymol and run a slideshow with Ken
> burns effect if you want.
> On 16 Feb 2009, at 13:22, Jayashankar wrote:
> > Dear Scientists,
> > It may be too much...
> > But as a biophysics student I would like to appreciate and feel
> happy to have pdb
> > structures as my computers screen savers than to have some funny
> and fancy stuffs.
> > And it may help me as a motivator to solve my own structures in
> > I want to ask is there any existing script that grep strucutres
> one by one with one line definition of that structure.
> > S.Jayashankar
> > Research Student
> > Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
> > Hannover Medical School
> > Germany.
> Jürgen Bosch
> Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
> Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, W8708
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> Baltimore, MD 21205
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