Re: [AMBER-Developers] Second request for cover art

From: Ken Merz <>
Date: Fri, 17 Feb 2012 14:01:35 -0500


 Here are a couple images we did for a JACS cover (these were not accepted). These represent AMBER simulations we did on ion capture (Zn) by CzrA, which resulted in a conformational change and the protein being released from DNA.

Take care,

On Feb 17, 2012, at 1:16 PM, David A Case wrote:

> Hi everyone:
> Here's what I posted on Jan 16:
> Cover illustrations: I hereby solicit suggestions for the cover art;
> white backgrounds are strongly preferred. You can submit a draft if
> you like, but you must be willing to make a good quality image if your
> suggestion is chosen. Preference is given to images that reflect
> published work using the Amber programs. Email your suggestions to me,
> including a suggested caption for the title page.
> I haven't gotten any replies. Surely someone has a picture that is worth
> promoting. Since most people are clearly not much interested in this,
> you chances of "winning" are probably greater than you think.
> ...thanks!...dac
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