Re: freeware for RNA modeling on Linux (fwd)

From: Joerg-Gerald Siebers <>
Date: Tue 17 Dec 2002 11:43:05 +0900

Dear all:

I am writing on a paper regarding Non-Boltzmann MC sampling of
interactions. I have used parts of the AMBER4.1 source code reagrding
energy calculation. I modified (simplified) it for my needs. I did not
about any kind of permission. For this, I apologies. Among scientiest I
thought this is OK.

Writing up the paper I feel I should do something about this matter.
I make a tar-ball of all stuff I used for the program and send it to
someone you appoint - or to several people.

As long as "my" stuff is not published I would assume that stuff
(if it's worth anything). Afterwards you could include it in your
of programs if you want to or just trash it.

If you have a better suggestion I am all ears.

Best wishes
Joerg-Gerald Siebers

"David A. Case" wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 03, 2002, wrote:
> >
> > Does anyone know a good freeware (or cheap software --academic use) for RNA
> > modeling. I have an RNA stem and I would like to attach a loop to it.
> You could see if Nucleic Acid Builder (NAB) would meet your needs. Info
> at the web site below.
> ..dac
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Dr. J.G. Siebers
RIKEN Tsukuba Institute,
3-1-1, Koyadai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-0074, Japan,
Received on Mon Dec 16 2002 - 18:43:05 PST
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