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The TCR format is a raster image format used by Targa TrueVision video cards. The TCR format is often encountered in Windows-based operating systems, and it is capable of storing both 24-bit and 32-bit color with or without compression. This format supports standard features like alpha channels, color palettes, and optional compatibility bits for other display types.

The TCR files are often used in applications like CAD programs for 3D applications, game development, medical imaging, motion video playback, and more. The TCR files can be converted to other common file formats such as PNG, JPEG, and BMP.

The PDB (Protein Data Bank) file format is used to store 3-dimensional structural data of biological molecules, such as proteins and nucleic acids, which can be visualized with chemical visualization programs. The PDB file contains information about the atom's coordinates, the residue name and sequence number, the secondary structure information, and numbers and names of hetero-atoms.

The PDB files are faithfully adopted to the widely used mmCIF (macromolecular Crystallographic Information File) syntax and are loosely associated with the following formats: mdl (Mol), mol2 (Tripos), sdf (Sparta), and cif (Cambridge).

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