• May 14, 2018: ENDscript is interfaced with ARDOCK, a Web server using arbitrary docking to reveal potential interaction sites on the surface of a protein.|
ENDscript is operated as a Web service. It is accessible with any modern Web browser equipped with a PDF reader. To take advantage of the 3D interactive representations, the molecular visualization program PyMOL is required.
ENDscript uses a pop-up window to display the results. In certain browser configurations, an advertisement blocking mechanism prevents this pop-up window to appear.
In this case, ENDscript displays an alert box telling the user to specifically deactivate this security before submitting a job.
To do so, and depending on the Web browser you are using, please refer to the following instructions:
In all cases, you need to allow the two domains
Once this is done, please restart your Web browser and submit a new job to ENDscript.
The η symbol refers to a 310-helix.
α-helices, 310-helices and π-helices are displayed as medium, small and large squiggles, respectively. β-strands are rendered as arrows, strict β-turns as
PostScript or PDF files generated by ENDscript can be edited using Adobe Illustrator. If you experience font issues while displaying PostScript or PDF files in Illustrator, please download the following archive containing CourierPS and SymbolPS fonts. Unzip the archive and install the fonts ('how to' for Windows 7 and later - 'how to' for Mac OS X).
You can also generate PNG or TIFF files and use the image editing software of your choice.
Not for the moment. Due to software license constraints, ENDscript can only be run online through the present website.
Do not hesitate to contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you require any further information or if you need some help with ENDscript.
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ESPript is an SBGrid supported application