BioEditor 1.6

Designed to be used by structural scientists reporting & evaluating their data
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San Diego Supercomputer Center

BioEditor is a standalone Windows program that can be used with Windows NT, Windows ME and Windows 2000 operating systems. BioEditor contains features that enable the user to enter text, graphics, sequence, dynamic structural images and references. Many features link directly to resources on the World Wide Web.

It is designed to be used by structural scientists reporting and evaluating their data, as well as by educators and students who are seeking to relate structure to function in biological macromolecules. The interface consists of a series of drop-down menus and toolbars and three working areas: folders, comments and palette.

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