Recently I came across the following two direct citations to the 3DNA homepage x3dna.org:
- The book Introduction to Protein-DNA Interactions: Structure, Thermodynamics, and Bioinformatics by Gary Stormo. At the end of Chapter 2 (p.26), “The Structure of DNA”, under ONLINE RESOURCES:
http://home.x3dna.org/ 3DNA: Suite of software programs for the analysis, rebuilding, and visualization of three-dimensional nucleic acid structures.
- The review article Molecular Modeling of Nucleic Acid Structure by Galindo-Murillo et al. in Current Protocols in Nucleic Acid Chemistry in the section of “Model Building and Analysis Tools and Nucleic Acid Nomenclature” under INTERNET RESOURCES:
The 3DNA program for calculating helicoidal parameters in a consistent manner using a local helical axis definition.
As time goes by, I have every reason to believe that the
x3dna.org website will become more noticeable in the literature. If you notice other such citations, please leave a comment.