How to get an I3DC for your paper

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There are two main paths to get an Interactive 3D Complement (I3DC) for your paper, and any combination in between:

  • If you publish on one of the journals that routinely complement their publications with Proteopedia's I3DC (Acta Cryst D, Acta Cryst F, IUCrJ, etc), then most probably your Editor will encourage you to enhance your paper with an I3DC.
  • Otherwise, write to to get the process started.

The I3DC article will be developed in advance of publication, yet hidden from viewing by visitors to Proteopedia until publication occurs. Authors of the associated publications are able and encouraged to review the I3DC page before publication, and to interact with the Proteopedia editor at any time. I3DC are protected from editing by anyone.

Proteopedia Page Contributors and Editors (what is this?)

Jaime Prilusky

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