1. The Inner Dynamics of the Cell

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    from Naveen Devasagayam Added 66 2 0

    A glimpse into the molecular world within our cells. This animation is part of a Master's Research Project meant to depict the crowded and complex nature of our molecules. www.naveendevasagayam.com Copyright Naveen Devasagayam 2015

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    • Lure Animations MOA Reel

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      from Lure Animations Added 243 1 0

      Lure Animations is a 3D animation studio specializing in medical content. This reel demonstrates our capabilities to visualize and communicate mechanism of action (MOA) topics, cellular environments, and biological processes. Visit our site for more information on our company and our work! http://www.lureanimations.com/

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      • Molecular Visualization Principles: 03 - Add Non-binding Collisions - Treatment B

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        from Stuart Jantzen Added 19 0 0

        This short animation shows one version of a consideration or principle in molecular visualization. "Add Non-Binding Collisions" conveys the idea that molecules might encounter each other with unproductive orientations and conformations multiple times before a successful binding event occurs. For example, Sos and Ras might collide a number of times before their orientations result in tight binding. Treatment A does not adhere to this principle, whereas Treatment B does.

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        • Molecular Visualization Principles: 03 - Add Non-binding Collisions - Treatment A

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          from Stuart Jantzen Added 14 0 0

          This short animation shows one version of a consideration or principle in molecular visualization. "Add Non-Binding Collisions" conveys the idea that molecules might encounter each other with unproductive orientations and conformations multiple times before a successful binding event occurs. For example, Sos and Ras might collide a number of times before their orientations result in tight binding. Treatment A does not adhere to this principle, whereas Treatment B does.

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          • Molecular Visualization Principles: 02 - Use Random Walks - Treatment B

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            from Stuart Jantzen Added 15 0 0

            This short animation shows one version of a consideration or principle in molecular visualization. "Use Random Walks" conveys the idea that molecules move randomly due to collisions in a crowded environment. For example, an Arp2/3 complex moves erratically before binding to an actin filament. Treatment A does not adhere to this principle, whereas Treatment B does.

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            • Molecular Visualization Principles: 02 - Use Random Walks - Treatment A

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              from Stuart Jantzen Added 16 0 0

              This short animation shows one version of a consideration or principle in molecular visualization. "Use Random Walks" conveys the idea that molecules move randomly due to collisions in a crowded environment. For example, an Arp2/3 complex moves erratically before binding to an actin filament. Treatment A does not adhere to this principle, whereas Treatment B does.

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              • Molecular Visualization Principles: 01 - Leave Some Behind - Treatment B

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                from Stuart Jantzen Added 14 0 0

                This short animation shows one version of a consideration or principle in molecular visualization. "Leave Some Behind" conveys the idea that typically not all molecules are consumed in a process. For example, there may be more subunits present than ultimately bind together in a biological complex. Treatment A does not adhere to this principle, whereas Treatment B does.

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                • Molecular Visualization Principles: 01 - Leave Some Behind - Treatment A

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                  from Stuart Jantzen Added 17 0 0

                  This short animation shows one version of a consideration or principle in molecular visualization. "Leave Some Behind" conveys the idea that typically not all molecules are consumed in a process. For example, there may be more subunits present than ultimately bind together in a biological complex. Treatment A does not adhere to this principle, whereas Treatment B does.

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                  • molecular blocks

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                    from Nikolaus Gradwohl Added 321 2 0

                    for this animation I used the molecular addon on a particle system made of blocks

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                    • Spherification Bar - molecular food design - by Zsuzsi Matok

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                      from NEDILL Added 24 0 0

                      Spherification // Molecular Bar by Zsuzsi Matok food design and pop-up events more information: Nedill art & food // facebook

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