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Invitation

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Users of, or anyone interested in, Deep View (Swiss-PdbViewer)

From

Gale Rhodes
Professor of Chemistry
University of Southern Maine

Join the Deep View Discussion Group:

On February 21, 2000, I activated an e-mail discussion for users of Deep View.
As of January 2001, there are over 300 subscribers.

Purpose of the Discussion

Use this forum for sharing ideas, questions, and concerns about Deep View and its applications in research, teaching, and publishing. Participants include the programmers who bring you Deep View.

How To Subscribe

  • The discussion is a listserv with the list name "discuspv". To join and take part in the discussion, follow these instructions:
  • Subscribe to the discussion group by sending e-mail to LISTSERV@USM.MAINE.EDU
  • Include the following line as the entire body of your message: SUBSCRIBE discuspv
    NOTE: There is a blank between the word SUBSCRIBE and the list name, "discuspv". There is no period at the end of the sentence.
  • By return e-mail, you will receive full instructions for sending messages to the list, controlling your receipt of messages, and cancelling or suspending your participation.

How To Cancel Your Subscription

  • Cancel your participation in the discussion group by sending e-mail to LISTSERV@USM.MAINE.EDU
  • Include the following line as the entire body of your message: UNSUBSCRIBE discuspv
    NOTE: There is a blank between the word SUBSCRIBE and the list name, "discuspv". There is no period at the end of the sentence.

Some Discussion-Group Etiquette

  • Please do not send attachments, including business cards, to the list.
  • Please do not set up automatic e-mail responses ("I am away until ... .") that go to the list.
  • Please do not use this discussion to distribute commercial messages.

Learn More About Deep View

Deep View is the friendliest and most powerful free software for viewing and analyzing macromolecular structures, surpassing many commercial programs in power, features, and speed. If you conduct research, teach, or publish in structural biology, you should get to know Deep View. Versions available for Macintosh, Windows, SGI, and Linux.

Learn more at:

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