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As of Sunday, Jan 26 2014, Proteopedia displays interactive molecules in JSmol, without Java. Molecular scenes ("green links") can also be created and edited without Java. This enables Proteopedia to work on iPads, iOS and mobile devices where Java is not available, and on any device where Java is not installed. However, rotation is slower without Java, especially for large molecules (for example, the Ribosome).
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