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Plasma Membrane

Plasma Membrane Test Animation

This is an animation test of a phospholipid bilayer plasma membrane. I’ve included T cell CD4 and CCR5 receptors floating around the surface for a bit of extra flair. I’ve been playing around with Cinema 4D for the last week. Seriously considering transitioning from Softimage to it. I’m all but convinced. Next project I’ll try […]

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3D Animation of Polycomb Protein EED bound by Tazemetostat

This is a 3D animation depicting Polycomb Protein EED bound by Tazemetostat. Tazemetostat is a first in class inhibitor of EED, a promising oncology medication developed by Epizyme. Protein Description Polycomb protein EED is a member of the Polycomb-group (PcG) family. PcG family members form multimeric protein complexes, which are involved in maintaining the transcriptional […]

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GLP-1, Diabetes, Biologic Animation

GLP-1 Structural Confomration Study

Molecular visualization of GLP-1 movements and stable conformations. 3D Molecular Animation Study of theoretical stable GLP-1 configurations from Biologic Discovery on Vimeo. This animation depicts a series of stable configurations of the GLP-1 molecule. Of interest, it appears that the residues with greatest structural mobility just happen to be the residues inactivated by DPP4, (residues […]

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Primordial Soup Protein Formation

Created for the National Geographic Channel show, Finding the Origins of Life. 3D Molecular Animation Primordial Protein Formation from Biologic Discovery on Vimeo. This 3D molecular animation depicts the possible origins of life. Inside the primordial soup of organic matter, atoms and molecules bind together to create unique functional structures that would later evolve into […]

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Molecular Visualization of Hemoglobin Oxygenation

3D visualization of structural changes to hemoglobin after binding of oxygen molecules 3D Animated Molecular Visualization Oxygenation of Hemoglobin from Biologic Discovery on Vimeo. This 3D molecular visualization of the oxygenation of hemoglobin was created to accompany our Oxygenated Hemoglobin model. It demonstrates the unique structural changes of the HEME Group, and the planar shift […]

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Parkinson's Disease, Biologic Animation

Catechol-O-methyltransferase Bound by Inhibitors

This is a 3D visualization of protein dataset 4XUE depicting Catechol-O-Methyltransfase bound by inhibitors. 3D animations such as these are often found as part of promotional and marketing videos that communicate unique product messaging associated to protein specific advancements in the treatments of disease. Medical Animations as Lead Magnets At Biologic Animation, we help our clients leverage marketing […]

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Car accident reenactment, Biologic Animation

Car Accident Animation

A car accident reenactment animation helps communicate spatial and timing relationships that lead to collisions and personal injury. Denoting for juries speeds and distances of participants in a collision helps clarifies confusing and complex crime scenes by simplifying the most important information associated to causality. Request a Custom Car Accident Animation

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Microscopy

Cinematic visual effects created for film and television utilize software with the same mathematical image processing power found in scientific visualization. Here are some examples of microscopy visualizations using visual effects software that can access floating point pixel value. Unlike scientific software, visual effects software has a multitude of additional functionalities to render and clean up small […]

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Radial Reload with Tri-Staple Technology

Radial Reload Medical Animation This 3D medical animation is the center piece for an award winning medical communications app. Created for One World DMG and their client Coviden, this 3D animation depicts unique technologies driving the future of GI stapling. Of importance in this animation was the visualization of pressure changes on tissue during stapling. Comparing older […]

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