Chemistry::File::PDB - Protein Data Bank file format reader/writer

This module reads and writes PDB files. The PDB file format is commonly used to describe proteins, particularly those stored in the Protein Data Bank (<http://www.rcsb.org/pdb/>). The current version of this module only reads the following record typ...

ITUB/Chemistry-File-PDB-0.23 - 10 May 2009 21:58:55 GMT - Search in distribution

Chemistry::File::VRML - Generate VRML models for molecules

This module generates a VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language) representation of a molecule, which can then be visualized with any VRML viewer. This is a PerlMol file I/O plugin, and registers the 'vrml' format with Chemistry::Mol. Note however tha...

ITUB/Chemistry-File-VRML-0.10 - 16 May 2005 21:17:49 GMT - Search in distribution

PerlMol - Perl modules for molecular chemistry

PerlMol is a collection of Perl modules for chemoinformatics and computational chemistry with the philosophy that "simple things should be simple". It should be possible to write one-liners that use this toolkit to do meaningful "molecular munging". ...

ITUB/PerlMol-0.3500 - 24 May 2005 23:19:23 GMT - Search in distribution

mok - an awk for molecules

The purpose of mok is to read all the molecules found in the files that are given in the command line, and for each molecule execute the CODE that is given. The CODE is given in Perl and it has at its disposal all of the methods of the PerlMol toolki...

ITUB/Chemistry-Mok-0.25 - 16 May 2005 21:55:57 GMT - Search in distribution

Chemistry::Mol - Molecule object toolkit

This package, along with Chemistry::Atom and Chemistry::Bond, includes basic objects and methods to describe molecules. The core methods try not to enforce a particular convention. This means that only a minimal set of attributes is provided by defau...

ITUB/Chemistry-Mol-0.37 - 10 May 2009 19:40:56 GMT - Search in distribution

Chemistry::MidasPattern - Select atoms in macromolecules

This module partially implements a pattern matching engine for selecting atoms in macromolecules by using Midas/Chimera patterns. See <http://www.cmpharm.ucsf.edu/~troyer/troff2html/midas/Midas-uh-3.html#sh -2.1> for a detailed description of this la...

ITUB/Chemistry-MidasPattern-0.11 - 16 May 2005 23:06:55 GMT - Search in distribution

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