"Biology is a way of structuring matter at a molecular scale by slotting each atom into its needful place"
- Oliver Morton, The Economist, April 6th, 2019

  • The OMM's exhibits are divided into functional "halls".
  • Please note: Each exhibit will open in a new window - it is recommended that you close one exhibit before opening the next. Most atomic coordinate (*.pdb) files have been gnu-zipped to speed downloads, but some files are still large.
  • For JSmol (and many other great Jmol enhancements), THANK YOU Bob Hanson!
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  • For a review of this resource, and other macromolecular visualization resources, see Barber and Stark (2017), Engaging with Molecular Form to Understand Function, Life Sciences Education 13 (https://doi.org/10.1187/cbe.13-12-0247).

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The OMM Exhibits
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Hall of Jmol Scripting

Hall of Introductory Exhibits

Hall of DNA/RNA/Chromatin

Hall of DNA/RNA Polymerization

Hall of DNA Recombination/Repair

Hall of RNAi / CRISPR

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hall of Translation

Hall of Fluorescence

Hall of Transcription/Regulation

Hall of Catalysis

Hall of the Cytoskeleton

Hall of Electron Transfer/Proton Flow

Hall of the Cell Cycle (coming soon)

Hall of Protein Chaperones

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hall of Immunology

Hall of Virology

Hall of Membranes

Hall of Blood/O2Transport

Hall of Photosynthesis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Updated April, 2020