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
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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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Comparison A light microscope and a transmission electron microscopeNumerical apertureFluorescence microscopy
Protein coated gold particles can be used to localize antigen-antibody complexes by transmission electron microscopyProcedure for metal shadowingNuclear pore complexes scanning electron micrograph
Atomic-force microscopyRepair of an oxidatively damaged phospholipidG-protein mediated signal transduction
The motion of phospholipids within the lipid bilayerIntegral and peripheral membrane proteinsTransport across a biological membrane
The Donnan effectGlucose transport into red blood cells facilitated diffusionThe Na-K-ATPase an electrogenic pump
Coupled transportStructure of the helix and transmembrane channel formed by gramicidin AA model of the acetylcholine receptor
Class of ion channels stimulated by different gating mechanismsThree conformational states of the acetylcholine-gated ion channelThe separation of charge across the cell membrane forms a membrane potential
Opposing forces regulate K flux across the plasma membranePassive and active fluxes maintain the resting membrane potentialPrototypical neuron
Three conformation state of the voltage-gated Na channelOrganization of a skeletal muscle-1Organization of a skeletal muscle-2
Structure of globular and filamentous actinPolymerization of actinFormation of actin thin filaments
Structure of myosin II and its cleavage by papainActin filaments have a polarityFormation of myosin thick filaments
Titin and nebulinSliding filament model of muscle contractionATP-driven myosin-actin interactions during contraction
Diagram of Ca2-mediated movements of troponin and tropomyosin filamentsA skeletal muscle fiberModel of Ca2 ion regulation by the sarcoplasmic reticulum in muscle
T-tubule and SR terminal cisternae associationsAn intercalated disk between two cardiac muscle cellsOrganization of cytoskeletal and myofilament elements in smooth muscle
Model for assembly of smooth-muscle myosin thick filamentsNonmuscle actin and myosin have contractile functionsFour members of the myosin type
Bundled actin filaments have a structural function within microvilliRole of thymosin and profilin in the dynamics of polymerization and depolymerization of actinSteps in cell motility
Protrusion in a motile cellRole of formins and Arp 2 3Various roles of actin-binding proteins
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