Illustration Toolkit - Molecular Cell Biology

Illustration Toolkit Molecular Cell Biology   Illustration Toolkit -
Molecular Cell Biology

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

* All illustrations are vector graphics
* Scale to any size without loss of resolution
* Freely change colors, lines, and shapes
* Placed in PowerPoint for convenience
* Windows & Mac compatible
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Set: 412 Editable Illustrations
Format: PowerPoint (PPT)



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

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Fibronectin dimer showing various binding sitesStructure of lamininMolecular composition of the basement membrane
Structure of the fibrin molecule and the branching fibers that it forms in blood clotsNormal and abnormal adhesion of blood plateletsIntracellular signaling molecules
Signaling molecules are versatile and induce differential responsesGeneral schemes of intercellular signalingGene regulation by members of the nuclear receptor superfamily
Gene regulation by members of the nuclear receptor superfamilyGene regulation by members of the nuclear receptor superfamilyRegulation of growth hormone GH release
Extracellular matrix components modulate fibroblast growth factor FGF activityMast-cell degranulation histamine signalingNitric oxide NO-mediated endothelial cell relaxation
Electrical and chemical synapsesSynaptic transmission at the neuromuscular junctionSynaptic transmission at the neuromuscular junction
Synaptic transmission in the central nervous systemFibroblast growth factor FGF signal transduction pathwaysErbB-induced signaling pathways
Loss of neuregulin-1 signaling through the ErbB2-ErbB4 heterodimer leads to defective trabeculation of the ventriclesSchematic structure of the ErbB2 ErbB3 and ErbB4 receptorsRelations between transforming growth factor-beta and TGF-beta-like ligands and their type I and II receptors
Schematic representation of bone morphogenetic protein BMP signal transduction pathwaysTransforming growth factor-beta TGF-beta receptor signaling through Smad-independent pathwaysSignal transduction pathway for the determination of left-right asymmetry
Actions of Nodal and Lefty proteinsWnt-beta-caterin signaling pathwayWnt-Ca2 pathway
Wnt-polarity pathwayCleavage forms of ShhHedgehog signal transduction pathway in the absence of Hedgehog
Hedgehog signal transduction pathway in the presence of HedgehogAnatomic overview of heart valve developmentModel for Notch signaling in endocardial cushion formation
A model for Delta-dependent Notch signaling to the nuclear transcription factor CSLSchematic representation of the formation of the interatrial and interventricular septumSignaling network model for heart valve development and remodeling
Model of a typical steroid hormone receptorStepwise model of steroid hormone actionSeven-transmembrane receptor signaling
Model for agonists induced Jak-STAT signal transduction pathwayCaM kinase activationCalcineurin activation
Physiologic and pathogenic hypertrophy in response to growth and stressSchematic depicting the different phase of the cell cyclePhosphorylation of pRb by cyclin-cyclin-dependent kinase CDK complexes
Progression of cells through the various phases of mitosisSchematic depiction of reduction divisions during meiosisComparison between oogensis and spermatogenesis and their meiotic outcomes
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