Protein Explorer became non-operational about 2008. It is replaced with FirstGlance.Jmol.Org (for guided exploration of any macromolecule), and Proteopedia.Org...Show More
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Diana Morarescu (Student)
This is a great tool, easy to visualize protein structure, with and without ligands. It is useful for first year Biochemistry students, who may have trouble putting proteins in a 3D perspective without visual aids
Eric Martz (Faculty)
Comment by Eric Martz (author of Protein Explorer): Since Protein Explorer was reviewed by MERLOT, a new version has been released that works in Internet Explorer 5.5 as well as in Netscape 4.x.
John Colicelli (Faculty)
This is a terrific source for protein and small biomolecule structures (lipids, carbohydrates). The site has a tremendous amount of useful material that is well organized and easy to navigate. Tools to create molecular images are also included. The “Structure to Function” area is a great resource for information about specific topics. I noticed that the Krebs Cycle overview page began with an out-of-place figure (TGFbeta signaling pathway instead of citric acid cycle), but this was a rare and minor problem. I especially liked the inclusion of Video Guide and Help links for new users.