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Accessible virtual reality of biomolecular structural models using the Autodesk Molecule Viewer

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We acknowledge D. Amago, E. Groban, D. Hylbert, P. Jones, A. Kimoto, F. Mazzoldi, D. Parker, M. Tinnus, A. Virshup and M. Zyracki (Autodesk Life Sciences) for the creation and development of the Autodesk Molecule Viewer. We thank Autodesk for supplying cardboard VR devices at international conferences. We thank the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research and the Canada Excellence Research Chairs program (both to O.P.E.) for financial support to attend and present at international conferences. O.P.E. holds the Anne and Max Tanenbaum Chair in Neuroscience.

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  1. Department of Biochemistry, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

    • Aidin R Balo
    •  & Oliver P Ernst
  2. Autodesk Life Sciences, Autodesk, Inc., Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

    • Aidin R Balo
    •  & Merry Wang
  3. Department of Molecular Genetics, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

    • Oliver P Ernst

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A.R.B. and M.W. are employed by Autodesk. M.W. owns Autodesk stock.

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