meng at cgl.ucsf.edu
Fri Nov 24 12:58:05 PST 2006
Did you already get the DelPhi program? It is not included with
Chimera, but is available for download (including executable for Mac)
from the Honig lab at Columbia, see this page:
Chimera can also read electrostatic potential maps from other similar
programs (GRASP, APBS, UHBD) although I'm guessing DelPhi will be most
convenient for you because of the Mac executable available from the
Honig group, and the DelPhiController tool in Chimera.
On Nov 24, 2006, at 12:05 PM, Stefano Ciurli wrote:
> does anyone know how to implement the DelPhi algorithm into Chimera?
> I am using a Powerbook G4.
> Thanks a lot
> Stefano Ciurli
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