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Answer: A: Aquaria: simplifying discovery and insight from protein structures
... An even quicker solution is to double click anywhere on the background in the 3D view. This effectively zooms out to show all chains equally - if you then click on any part of any chain, the view will zoom to show this chain, partly hiding the others via semi-transparency. This ability to focus on o ...
written 2.2 years ago by Aquaria team90
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Comment: C: Aquaria: simplifying discovery and insight from protein structures
... Hi Mary, you can see all subunits in their full glory by turning off "Autofocus" (click the checkmark in the menu bar, top right). Thanks for pointing this out - I have to add that to the documentation! Cheers, Christian Christian Stolte Senior Bioinformatics Specialist CSIRO Digital Productivity ht ...
written 2.2 years ago by Aquaria team90
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Answer: A: In Aquaria is there a way to pull up a MSA of the structures that are under the
... Not 100% what you are trying to do. Aquaria is not designed to enable detailed viewing and editing of MSAs. However, using the Aquaria API you can fetch information on the alignments shown in the 'Matching Structures' section. You could then reformat and display that information in a program designe ...
written 2.3 years ago by Aquaria team90
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Answer: A: No view of amino acid sequence in Aquaria
... You are almost certainly using Chrome - notice the red 'Alert' message at the top of windows that warns of limited functionality on Chrome. The 3D viewer used on Chrome is a JavaScript/WebGL alternative still being developed. To access the full-featured viewer (a Java applet), you need to use Firefo ...
written 2.3 years ago by Aquaria team90
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Tool: Aquaria: simplifying discovery and insight from protein structures
... Dear community, People interested in using 3D structures might like Aquaria, a new, free and open-source web resource for biologists that simplifies the process of gaining insight from protein structures (O'Donoghue et al., Nature Methods, 2015). For all SwissProt protein sequences, Aquaria provide ...
3d structure aquaria sequence tool snp written 2.3 years ago by Aquaria team90

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