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Biologic Animation, EED Protein bound by Tazemetostat, Epizyme

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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Finding the Origins of Life

Primordial Cell

3D animation depicting the necessary cellular structures required for primordial cellular life to form. 3D Medical Animation Primordial Cell from Biologic Discovery on Vimeo. This is a variation of an animation we did for the National Geographic Channel Show, “Finding the Origins of Life.” The animation depicts the fundamental structures for what the first cells must […]

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Finding the Origins of Life

Primordial DNA Assembly and Replication

3D animation depicting the assembly and replication of DNA strands. 3D Medical Animation Primordial DNA Self Assembly and Replication from Biologic Discovery on Vimeo. This 3D molecular animation was created for the National Geographic Channel show, Finding the Origins of Life. This animation is based on x-ray crystallography data sets of DNA. Each nucleotide color coded […]

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Ferritin, Chelation, Biologic Animation

Ferritin Iron Storage

3D medical animation depicting iron storage in the Ferritin protein. 3D Medical Animation Iron Storage from Biologic Discovery on Vimeo. This 3D animation was created to explain iron chelation therapy. Ferritin is a fascinating protein, a molecular storage bin for iron atoms. To prevent the toxic buildup of iron, Ferritin stores this atom until the body needs […]

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HIV Membrane Fusion

The Lifecyle of HIV

3D medical animation demonstrating the lifecycle of HIV and points of therapeutic intervention. 3D Medical Animation HIV Final Deliverable from Biologic Discovery on Vimeo. This award-winning 3D Animation was created to explain the different types of therapeutic intervention used to prevent HIV infection, replication, and membrane fusion. Request a Custom 3D Medical Animation Do you have […]

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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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Sickle Cell Anemia

3D Medical Animation of Sickle Cell Anemia Sickle Cell Anemia 3D Animation from Biologic Discovery on Vimeo. Here’s a short take of an animation depicting issues associated with sickle cell anemia. When people have hemoglobin mutations, their red blood cells become deformed and transform into a sickle shape, becoming less malleable and unable to smoothly flow through […]

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