Posts Tagged ‘hantavirus’

Virus structure visualisation – from here at home!

23 June, 2011

I was most pleased to discover via their blog that two of my colleagues here at UCT – Andrew Lewis and Timothy Carr, who do High Performance Computing support – have (a) been taking a more than passing interest in implementing some quite serious bioinformatics support (see Mr Bayes as well), and (b) doing visualisations of nasty virus proteins, just because they could!

Here is one for an Ebola virus protein, and here is another for Lujo virus, also covered quite extensively here.

And I liked it enough I stole it…B-)