Illustration Toolkit - Molecular Cell Biology

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Molecular Cell Biology

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Ready to Use and Fully Editable Molecular Cell Biology Illustrations for Presentations and Publications

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Set: 412 Editable Illustrations
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412 illustrations include a variety of pre-designed and fully editable Molecular Cell Biology drawings.

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Sequence elements of chromosomesEvents leading to chromosome replicationMajor events of DNA repair process in eukaryotic cells
Outline of experiment examining chromatin repeating structureModel of histone H1 packaging of chromatin into a 30-nm fiberModel of chromatin condensation needed to achieve the packaging observed of metaphase chromosomes
Example of restriction mappingSouthern blotting analysisCloning DNA fragments
Scheme of dideoxynucleotide DNA sequencing analysisPolymerase chain reaction PCRTwo major steps are involved in information transfer from DNA to protein
Scheme of events for protein translation from a mRNA moleculeNuclear transplantation experiments to examine the constancy of DNA in eukaryotic cellsModel of a transcription unit
Six steps of information transfer in eukaryotes that constitute potential regulatory points of gene expressionSteps involved in the transcriptional control of gene sequencesDNA segments that can modulate transcription by binding gene regulatory proteins
Scheme of the activity of a master geneSynthesis of a primary RNA transcript involves two modifications of the RNA strandMechanism of RNA splicing to form mature mRNA molecules
Potential mechanism of mRNA transport through the nuclear poreA potential ex vivo method for genetic-based therapy of a liver diseaseFour major gene families the cadherins the immunoglobulin family the selectins and the intergrins
Binding by cell adhesion molecules can be either homophilic or heterophilicAlternative messenger RNA splicing in neural cell adhesion molecule NCAMSignals from within cells regulate the adhesive binding activity of integrins
Intercellular junctions and the junctional complexUltrastructure of the tight junctionStructure and function of tight junctions The gate function refers to its property of regulating permeability
Structure and function of tight junctions The low permeability causes high electrical resistanceStructure and function of tight junctions Some of the molecules that contribute to the tight junctionFunctions of the adherens junction
Molecular structure of the adherens junctionThe Wnt signaling pathwayMolecular composition of the desmosome
Molecular structure and function of the gap junctionsMolecular components of the hemidesmosomeMolecular composition of the focal contact
Cell adhesion in epitheliaLeukocyte adhesion and migrationAdhesion of blood platelets
Cell adhesion in embryonic developmentNeural crest and its derivatives in the trunkContact inhibition of cell movement
Cell attachment division and deathMammary gland a example of the regulation of cell survival and differentiation by cell adhesion signalingMolecular structure of fibrillar collagen
How cells synthesize and assemble collagen fibrils into the parallel array that constitute a tendonStructure of a large proteoglycan aggrecan from cartilageElastic fibers
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