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Some New Perl mmCIF Software Tools

  • Subject: Some New Perl mmCIF Software Tools
  • From: Brian McMahon <bm@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 9 May 2001 14:15:33 +0100 (BST)
Upon recommending Wolfgang's perl tools to someone, I have just noticed that
the message I saw about them went to the comcifs list and not to
cif-developers, so I am happy to make their existence known to a wider


   From: Philip Bourne <bourne@SDSC.EDU>
   To: Multiple recipients of list <comcifs-l@iucr.org>
   Subject: Some New Perl mmCIF Software Tools
   Date: Fri, 1 Dec 2000 14:13:31 GMT
   Originator: comcifs-l@iucr.org
   In an effort to achieve a wider use of mmCIF among my own research group
   (a number of biologists with developing programming skills) and in our
   immediate collaborations, Wolfgang Bluhm in our group has developed some
   simple Perl-based mmCIF tools. These can be found at:
   We would welcome any feedback. After a period of testing these will be
   made available through the mmCIF Web pages.
   Cheers../Phil Bourne

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