The PDB is pleased to announce the availability of MICE on its Web site and mirrors. The MICE collaborative molecular viewer is now available from the View Structure page for each entry. MICE permits remote users to share a VRML-based view of a molecule via the Internet. This view is referred to as the "molecular scene." One user publishes the scene and any number of users subscribe to the scene. By mutual consent, usually via telephone, any participant can become the publisher.
At this time, MICE is supported as a signed applet on Windows machines. Further details can be obtained by visiting the MICE Web site at http://mice.sdsc.edu/ or by clicking on the help link accessible from the View Structure page.
Questions about this feature may be sent to email@example.com.
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