1. The construction of three-dimensional models of mammalian cytochromes P450 from the CYP2 family is reported based on protein sequence alignment with CYP102, a bacterial P450 of known crystal structure. 2. The homology models of CYP2 family enzymes appear to show self-consistency with the currently accumulated information from site-directed mutagenesis and chemical modification of amino acid residues known to affect redox partner interactions. 3. The generation of these models from the recently reported crystal structure of substrate-bound CYP102 enables the exploration of likely active site contacts with specific substrates of CYP2 family isozymes.