This site is hugely indebted to the work of other people in the area of molecular visualisation. Special thanks is due to Professors Eric Martz and Gale Rhodes, both for the resources they have made available and for the encouragement they give with the original Chime version. Huge thanks to the creator of Jmol, Miguel Howard, and all The Jmol developers.
Thanks are due to a number of people who found time to reply to e-mails when the site was first launched in 1999, especially to Professor Inger Andersson, Department of Molecular Biology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, for providing and allowing me access to the 'proposed mechanism' gif which I have used with minor modification. [Since my Internet Browser does not seem to give acceptable quality, the mechanism diagrams used within the tutorial have been redrawn with minor changes.] I would also like to thank Professor George H. Lorimer, for encouragement and for drawing my attention to the ab initio molecular modelling experiments.
I was also helped by the discussion on stereochemistry in the Chemical Reviews article; I am grateful to the American Chemical Society for granting permission to use diagrams 3 and 4 from that review, and to the folk at Birkbeck College who helped with scanning and who hosted the site from Nov 1999.
I am grateful to a number of people who have helped me begin to appreciate the significance of Rubisco, especially conversations and correspondence with folk at IARC Rothamsted over a number of years.