Tutorial One has you attempt to dock an inhibitor into the active site of a protein, while learning basic MidasPlus commands.
Tutorial Two shows you the commands available in the RibbonJr program for generating a ribbon representation of the molecule.
Tutorial Three shows you the command file structure for using neon a program for generating solid stick bonds and shadows.
Tutorial Four shows you how to use Noeshow, an extension of MidasPlus that assists in the visualization of NMR-related data.
A short primer on using MidasPlus
Or you can click on one of the small graphics displays on the previous page for a description of how to make a similar model of your protein.