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- (Delete all revisions of this file) (cur) 18:46, 24 October 2005 . . Vossman (Talk | contribs | block) . . 320x1600 (307,677 bytes) (Fancy cartoon model of the collagen triple helix. The image was generated by the PyMol program using these molecular coordinates.)
- (del) (rev) 01:30, 11 September 2005 . . JWSchmidt (Talk | contribs | block) . . 99x377 (5,493 bytes) (Ribbon model of the collagen triple helix. The image was generated by the RasMol program using these molecular coordinates.)
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