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I'm working with an artist who would like to create a physical 3D model of the Midazolam molecule you have posted here, would it be possible to get the 3d. file from you, and if so what file format do you have it in.
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I don't understand why the English can't call things by their regular American name like everyone else. :>)
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Great gifs of molecules—I've just seen the one for Rosuvastatin.
Is there an easy way to stop the rotation to scrutinise it? I tried clicking/holding the cursor on it, but that doesn't do the trick.
- Sorry for the delay, I don't think so, unfortunately. You could save them, then use ImageMagick or another software to extract the frames as PNGs and go from there. e.g., you can run:
convert animated.gif frames%03d.png