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htmol v3.5.4




HTMoL is a light-weight full-stack plugin-free application to display the three-dimensional structure and dynamics of biomolecules. HTMoL can be used as a graphical interface to access MD data located at a high performance computing cluster where simulations are generated, or as supplementary documentation for scientific research publications as a way to readily share MD results.

Developed by integrating state-of-the-art web technologies ( NodeJS + WebGL + JavaScript + HTML5 + CSS3 ), HTMoL is easy to install, configure and customize on any web-server. HTMoL can be embedded inside a web page or used full-size, and it does not require any other third-party package to be installed on the client-side. It works in all popular web browsers. Chrome or FireFox highly recommended.

Mauricio Carrillo-Tripp, PhD

Software Architecture and Engineering

Lead Developer


v1.0 Leonardo Alvarez-Rivera, Francisco Javier Becerra-Toledo, Adan Vega-Ramírez

v2.0 Javier García-Vieyra

v3.0 Omar Israel Lara-Ramírez, Eduardo González-Zavala, Emmanuel Quijas-Valadés, Julio Cesar González-Vázquez

v3.5 Leonardo Alvarez-Rivera

Copyright (C) 2014

The HTMoL License Agreement specifies that any reports or published results shared with HTMoL shall acknowledge its use and credit the developers as:


Any published work which utilizes HTMoL shall include the following reference:

Mauricio Carrillo-Tripp, Leonardo Alvarez-Rivera, Omar IsraelLara-Ramírez, Francisco Javier Becerra-Toledo, Adan Vega-Ramírez,Emmanuel Quijas-Valades, Eduardo González-Zavala, Julio CesarGonzález-Vázquez, Javier García-Vieyra, Nelly Beatriz Santoyo-Rivera,Amilcar Meneses-Viveros and Sergio V. Chapa-Vergara. HTMoL: full-stack solution for remote access, visualization, and analysis of Molecular Dynamics trajectory data. Submmited (2017) Preprint:

Electronic documents shall include a direct link to the official HTMoL page:

Proper citation is essential to continued funding for HTMoL development, as it is a primary way in which we demonstrate the value of our software to the scientific community. Thank you for your attention to these details.


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