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==ProMOL==
 
==ProMOL==
 
ProMOL was developed as a program that searches for catalytic binding sites by using the advanced selection algebra from Warren DeLano's PyMOL software. ProMOL is capable of accurately recognizing catalytic sites nearly every time with few erroneous results that are easily distinguishable.<br>
 
ProMOL was developed as a program that searches for catalytic binding sites by using the advanced selection algebra from Warren DeLano's PyMOL software. ProMOL is capable of accurately recognizing catalytic sites nearly every time with few erroneous results that are easily distinguishable.<br>
 
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For more information and downloads, please visit our site [http://www.rit.edu/~ez-viz/ ProMOL.org].
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For more information and downloads, please visit our site [http://www.promol.org/ ProMOL.org].
  
 
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[[Category:Plugins]]

Latest revision as of 08:09, 5 April 2018

Type PyMOL Plugin
Download https://pymol.org/tmp/promol-plugin-54r461u.zip (modified to work with PyMOL 2.x. For the unmodified version, see http://www.promol.org)
Author(s) Paul Craig, Rochester Institute of Technology
License GPL
http://www.promol.org

ProMOL

ProMOL was developed as a program that searches for catalytic binding sites by using the advanced selection algebra from Warren DeLano's PyMOL software. ProMOL is capable of accurately recognizing catalytic sites nearly every time with few erroneous results that are easily distinguishable.

For more information and downloads, please visit our site ProMOL.org.