|Original author(s)||Dr. Christopher Reynolds|
|Developer(s)||Imperial College London|
|Initial release||January 2018|
1.20 / March 2018
|Operating system||Windows XP+, Linux, Mac OS X|
|License||Proprietary commercial software|
Ezmol is a molecular modeling web server for the visualisation of protein molecules. It has a limited selection of visualisation options for the most common requirements of molecular visualisation, enabling the rapid production of images through a wizard-style interface, without the use of command-line syntax. It is developed and maintained by Professor Michael Sternberg's group at The Centre for Integrative Systems Biology and Bioinformatics, Imperial College London and was published in the Journal of Molecular Biology in 2018.
- Reynolds CR, Islam SA, Sternberg MJ (2018). "EzMol: A web server wizard for the rapid visualisation and image production of protein and nucleic acid structures". J Mol Biol. doi:10.1016/j.jmb.2018.01.013. PMID 29391170.