Mol* (/'molstar/) is a modern web-based open-source toolkit for visualisation and analysis of large-scale molecular data
 
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High-performance graphics and data handling of the Mol* Viewer allow users to simultaneously visualise up to hundreds of (superimposed) protein structures, play molecular dynamics trajectories, render cell-level models at atomic detail with tens of millions of atoms, or display huge models obtained by I/HM such as the Nuclear Pore Complex.
Interactive Examples
Alpha orbitals and density of Atorvastatin Zika+EM P-450 Superposition
Villin trajectory

Villin folding trajectory by Stefan Doerr (doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.12040257.v1)

GAIN domain

GAIN domain tethered agonist exposure (doi:10.1016/j.molcel.2020.12.042). Based on an animation by Ramon Guixà-González.

HIV in blood serum Nuclear Pore Complex Lighting 1RB8 Annotated Assembly
SARS-CoV-2 Virion

SARS-CoV-2 Virion. Coarse-grained models by Alvin Yu et al. (doi:10.1016/j.bpj.2020.10.048).

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The Mol* toolkit provides a comprehensive solution for molecular data delivery, visualization and analysis that can be embedded into a wide range of 3rd party solutions. It includes a customizable plugin for high quality WebGL based molecular data visualization, as well as servers for model and experimental (X-ray, Cryo-EM, etc.) data delivery, efficient BinaryCIF data format support, and other exciting features.
The project is an open collaboration started by
PDBe RCSB CEITEC
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