GRASP (Graphical Representation and Analysis of Structural Properties) is a program used for macromolecular structure and surface visualization. It contains a large number of new features and scientific tools: Enhanced GUI; Structure alignment and domain database scanning; A gaussian surface generator and new surface coloring schemes; Sequence visualization and alignment; Completed work can be stored in project files; Among the many objects that can be stored in a project file are views of the structure; defined subsets, surfaces; Direct printing to printers at full printer resolution.
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Petrey, D. and Honig, B. (2003)
GRASP2: Visualization, Surface Properties, and Electrosttics of Macromolecular Structures and Sequences.
Methods in Enzymology. 374: 492-509