Molsoft - Version ActiveICM - Computational Chemistry and Bioinformatics Software
ActiveICM (US Patent No:7,880,738) enables you to view and display 3D ICM graphical slides and animations interactively inside Microsoft PowerPoint and web browsers such as Internet Explorer, Safari and Mozilla Firefox. The files can be prepared and saved in ICM Browser, ICM Browser Pro or ICM Pro. ActiveICM is being used for scientific publishing by journals such as PLoS ONE and Nature. Please see below for documentation, tutorials and help videos. Inside a single file you can save and display many different data types such as sequences, alignments, plots, tables, protein and DNA/RNA structures. Each data element can be linked to one another and annotated and then shared via the web, MS Office tools or in the free ICM-Browser. Pharmaceutical and biotech companies use ActiveICM to share data between scientists in different disciplines. Academic laboratories such as the SGC publish their data to the world using ActiveICM in a web browser.
The Structural Genomics Consortium (SGC) publish all their data on the web using ActiveICM. The SGC were the first to really take on board the ActiveICM technology and collaborate with MolSoft. Visit their website to see the galleries of crystal structures that they have solved displayed using ActiveICM. Click here to view an ActiveICM example from the SGC. Use your left mouse button to rotate the molecule, zoom in by clicking on the left hand side of the display, scroll down the text on the left hand side and click on the blue links to see different annotated views of the protein, right click on the graphical display for more options.