3D molecular models

We are currently changing the display of data visualizations on ScienceDirect. As a result, 3D visualizations will not display on ScienceDirect immediately. However, you may still submit your data files and they will appear with your article once the new version is available.

Supported data types

The 3D viewer will support data of the following types:

  • PDB
  • CIF
  • ENT
  • MOL
  • MOL2

The viewer was developed in collaboration with Kitware SAS.

Example Articles

As the viewer is presently not live on ScienceDirect, no viewer will be visible on the example articles below. They do give an impression of the type of content that can be shown in the viewer.

3D molecular models

Single molecule approaches to monitor the recognition and resection of double-stranded DNA breaks during homologous recombination DNA Repair

Characterization of the Ribosome Biogenesis Landscape in E. coli Using Quantitative Mass SpectrometryJournal of Molecular Biology

Design of a Phosphorylatable PDZ Domain with Peptide-Specific Affinity ChangesStructure

3D crystallographic models

A heterometallic Ni2Gd2 complex : Synthesis, structure and magnetic propertiesInorganic Chemistry Communications

Mixed-valent diruthenium diphosphonate containing zigzag chain structure of {Ru2(hedp)2(SCN)}n4n−Inorganic Chemistry Communications

Fluoroquinolone–metal complexes: A route to counteract bacterial resistance?Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry

Author Instructions

At this moment, our viewer is not available on ScienceDirect. While we are working to make the viewer available again, you can already upload your files to Mendeley Data to make them available to readers of your article. Once the viewer becomes available, we will place a link to the visualization with your article.

When uploading your files, please be sure to upload each file separately. Place any files that belong together in a folder, not in a zip file.


Reviewer instructions

If you submit your 3D files to Mendeley Data during the submission of your journal article, reviewers will find the associated PDB, PSE, MOL and MOL2 files there during the review process.