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If you are looking for PureSync, you have come to the right place. We explain what PureSync is and point you to the official download.

What is PureSync?

With PyMOL, users can create useful tools universally accessible to scientific and educational communities. PyMO, created by Warren Lyford Delano, is an open-source molecular visualization system. The software was commercialized by a private company named DeLano Scientific LLC. This software produces 3D images of small molecules and biological macromolecules (e.g. proteins). It is compatible with Linux, Windows, Unix, and Mac OS.

Generally, PyMOL is a tool used for molecular viewing, rendering as well as editing. It can view from 3D molecular structure to atomic level which includes carbohydrates, DNA, RNA, sugars, X-ray crystallographic structure of protein metabolites, and many more. Also, this software renders visualization of animated displays, geometric figures, and interactive visualizations.

PyMOL includes source codes which may help users to learn how to use the program. It includes video tutorials even for users who lack knowledge on Chemistry. In addition, the sources are packed with a number of documentations and molecular simulations. In the PyMOL’s Gallery, editing tool is featured such as interactive molecular relaxation with "Sculpting mode” and dihedral bond rotation. The editing features are helpful for input geometry’s preparation in quantum chemistry software.

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File types supported by PureSync

Our users primarily use PureSync to open these file types:

About file types supported by PureSync

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Last updated: : November 14, 2013