Most users of FirstGlance in Jmol can skip this Gallery,
which is provided to illustrate some technical aspects of
FirstGlance in Jmol.
The PDB files below, with names ending .pdb,
are bundled with FirstGlance in Jmol.
The presence of .pdb in the filenames specified in the hyperlink
query parameter "mol=" (see links),
together with the absence of
a filepath or http:// address, instructs FirstGlance to expect
them in a subdirectory localPDBFiles of the directory that contains
on same server as FirstGlance.
PDB codes specified without .pdb will be obtained from the
Protein Data Bank.
In September, 2005, there were 955
published PDB entries containing protein but lacking HELIX, SHEET and TURN
Prilusky, personal communication). That is about 3%.
for Chime or Jmol in their headers. Examples in the
FirstGlance Gallery illustrate
the format, which is fully documented within Protein Explorer, under
Presentations in Protein Explorer (PiPEs).
These files work in either
Protein Explorer or in FirstGlance in Jmol.
The filenames should contain "consurf".
(The "_pipe" component of their filenames is required by Protein Explorer
but is ignored by FirstGlance in Jmol.)
Tests for high numbers of sequence-identical chains:
Demonstrations of graceful handling of misformatted PDB files:
The links below test PDB file access methods, and demonstrate
Additional technical information will be found at the bottom of the page
All About FirstGlance in Jmol.