We will need a molecular structure file in order to create your image. We will need the file itself or a link to where we can download it.
The structure file should be either:
- a file in one of the common chemical file formats (e.g. .cif, .mol, .mol2, .pdb)
- a 3D model file in .obj, .stl, .wrl, or .x3d formats.
We can design images of all types of molecules: small organic and inorganic molecules, biomacromolecules such as proteins and DNA, polymers, metal complexes, crystals, and atomic and molecular orbitals. We can even design images of transition states, if they have been computed and the coordinates are available. We are also able to emphasize different features of the image, such as active sites or ligands.
Making your own search for molecules
Try looking for your molecule in one of the public databases such as:
If your molecule is in one of these databases you should be able download the structure in one the common chemical file formats (e.g. .cif, .mol, .mol2, .pdb).
Ask us to search for your molecule
If you have not been able to find a structure file for your molecule, or would like us to search for you, then let us know. If we are unable to find the structural information for your molecule then, depending on the molecule and the model you want, we may be able to generate the structure file via state-of the-art molecular modelling.