Note: windows may need manually resizing. Also, use the Help
buttons within each window
(equivalent to the pink '?' symbol on the TOC)
CML created from a SwissProt file
(see demo under The MIME examples).
The TOC shows a Swiss Prot file where almost all of the components have been
captured as subobjects.
Try clicking in the rightmost icon for:
Back to CML file index
- SEQ ('S-E-Q' to display the sequence.). This has been annotated with
all the FEATURE information in the file. The disulphide bridges are shown
in yellow, the chain fragments as grey and red bars, and variants as
coloured ovals. Click on any of these and there will usually be a brief
message in the message box.
- BIBLIST displays the bibliography. Click on the XLIST icon (after
'BIBLIST') to see a complete display or open up the lists and
click on individual items.
- Open up 'Annotation' to see a wide range of information included in the
file. This is a good demonstration that CML is a lossless means of