A. Mouse Control
  1. General Summary
  2. Rotation
  3. Zoom
  4. Translate
B. How to ...
1: Use buttons?

2: Change the center of rotation?

3: Change the appearance?
(Ribbons, etc.)

4: Change the color?

5: Identify an atom?

6: Measure a distance?

7: Display hydrogen bonds?

8: Select a sub-set of the structure for coloring?

9: Save files and Images?

10: See a molecule in stereo?

11: Have RasMol like functionality with JavaScript.

12: Display electrostatic surfaces?

All of the above examples utilized Protein G. A more detailed description of Protein G can be explored by clicking here

C. Some Examples
1: Heme group in Myoglobin

2: RNA-protein interactions in U1A

3: Catalytic Triad in Trypsin
        With Chime
        With Chime/Rasmol

4: DNA-protein interaction in EcoRI

D. Additional Structures To Explore:

In addition, Chime pages are available for the following structures:
B-Form DNA helix
A-Form RNA helix
cAMP Receptor Protein (CRP)
Yeast GAL4 Protein
Human hnRNP A1
EF-Tu, tRNAPhe, and GTP
Zif268 zinc finger
EcoRI Res. Endonuclease
HhaI Res. Methylase
The above pages are listed on the Structures for Molecular Biology page.