Andy J. Morffew

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A method for making three-dimensional computer graphics displays of in vivo blood vessels is described. Input data are taken from biplane X-ray angiograms using an image-processing system. A display list is built up which is then sent to a high-function graphics system. Real-time interaction is possible using a vector-refresh display where the blood vessel(More)
This paper has aimed to give the reader an overview of the use of computer graphics in protein modeling. To judge the power of these systems the reader should take the opportunity of visiting a laboratory engaged in this research. It is hoped that one message has been made clear in this paper, that is, computer graphics is a powerful tool for molecular(More)
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