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3D Molecular Modeling PDF Print E-mail

3D Molecular ModelingUsing molecular visualization software such as PYMOL, VMS, Coot, Chimera, VisLab and SAVRC allow researchers to view molecules with full stereoscopic vision. All of these software packages support the DTI autostereoscopic Virtual Window.  This allows their three-dimensional structures to be interpreted much more readily than is the case with non-stereo imagery. This is particularly important when the interaction between molecules is of concern, since this is related to how closely the different molecules' surfaces can come into contact.

The ability to see directly this level of contact allows researchers to classify and rank molecular models very rapidly, thus greatly enhancing the efficiency of the molecular modeling process.

Crystallography & Molecular Modeling.  The display of the x-ray data in autostereoscopic 3D is an important step in elucidating the spatial relationship between what can be in excess of 10,000 atoms in a given molecule. It is critically important for the crystallographer to visualize the precise location of the molecular constituents in three dimensions in order to accurately determine the structure and subsequently, the function of the molecule. Autostereoscopic 3D can also play a critical role in allowing the drug designer to visualize the spatial interaction between the new drug and the target molecule.


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