Web servers for convenient generation of publication-quality figures for molecular views

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Proteopedia scene authoring tools make it easy to illustrate and share molecular structure scenes and concepts. However, the images produced are not what is generally considered publication-quality as they lack the extreme dpi needed and fancy lighting.

Other tools are meant to help users of all skill level make publication-quality figures illustrating macromolecular structures without the need for local installation of software.

If you want to explore the structure or make pictures going beyond the features available, you'll need to learn how to use some molecular visualization software and run it on your machine or maybe in the cloud via your browser.

Web servers

  • Polyview-3D - is a free server that generates publication-quality molecular images when the user fills out a straightforward form.
  • Protein Image online interface - Online molecular viewer platform with high quality rendering capabilities. Easy to use and able to generate publication quality molecular illustrations.

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