Visualizing the anatomy of A, B and Z-DNAs.

  • I Geis
  • Published 1983 in Journal of biomolecular structure & dynamics


The first three-color three-dimensional visualization of A, B and Z-forms of DNA is presented. This was done with rendered drawings derived from computer-generated stereo and mono graphics of infinite helices, using recognized clues of size, eclipsing, weight of line, tonality and color. 

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