Figure 3.

Procedure for MLP calculus and representation. For each .pdb file, PyMOL and pyMLP.py calculate the surface and the MLP values, respectively; then, MLP (stored in a .dx file) is mapped on the surface and both are saved as an .obj file; MLP values are converted into vertex colours, and texture images are saved. These are finally mapped on the material of the mesh, and rendered as bump and specularity effects.

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