Oryginalna strona:
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Film: "Proteins"

Original Format: 16mm B/W
Length: 6'03"
Production: Cyrus Levinthal et al., MIT
Year: ca. 1966
Original 16mm movie courtesy of C. D. Barry
This film was produced with the interactive molecular graphics and modeling system devised by Cyrus Levinthal and his collaborator in the mid-1960s (see description here).

Sequence 1 (1'04"). Title sequence and alanine.
Sequence 2 (0"58'). Polypeptide chain I: extended form.
Sequence 3 (5.2 MB, 0"50'). Polypeptide chain II: alpha-helix.
Sequence 4 (9.6 MB, 0"51'). Lysozyme.
Sequence 5 (7.7 MB, 37"05'). Myoglobin.
Sequence 6 (9.5 MB, 1"05'). Heme group.


Film: "Crystal Structure of Insulin Dimer"

Original Format: 16mm B/W
Length: 7'13"
Production: Gerald C. Johns (Animation and Direction), Gary W. Parker and David L. Shupe (Technical Support)
Year: 1971
Original 16mm movie courtesy of C. D. Barry
This film was produced at the Computer Systems Laboratory of Washington University (St. Louis), using the Molecular Modelling System (MMS) devised by J. J. Beitch, R. A. Ellis, J. M. Fritch and G. R. Marshall.

Sequence 1 (1'04") Alpha carbon backbone with disulfide bonds.
Sequence 2 (1'21"). Full backbone with disulfide bonds.
Sequence 3 (1'50"). Dimer backbones with histidines, zincs and blinking cystines.
Sequence 4 (1'36"). Backbone, both A-chains.
Sequence 5 (1'13"). Alpha carbon backbones with dimer invariants.