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Christoph Kuehne

medical animation of SARS-CoV-2 as a balloon concept.
medical animation of An explainer video about Hemocyanin, the oxygen transporter of the Horseshoe Crab. Start in the animals's natural environment, and journey through the molecular to the atomic level of the protein. This blood turns blue when saturated with oxygen!
medical animation of Short explainer 3D-animation showcasing the dynamic processes that occur during microtubule polymerization. The rendering technique is non-photo realistic to achieve a comic-book or illustration-like look.
medical illustration of This image puts the viewer inside an endosome. The membrane fusion process is already complete (lower right) while a second one is in progress (lower left). The viral genome (blue) enters the host cell to hijack its molecular machinery to produce more viral particles. Other proteins are depicted in red (the ACE2-BOAT receptor complex) and orange hues (TMPRSS2, ATPase, LAMP, Mucolipin, and Lipopolysaccharides).
medical illustration of A horseshoe crab swims in open water. The animal prefers to swim on its back.
medical illustration of Overview of the ventral anatomy of a Horseshoe Crab (Limulus polyphemus) as it swims along on its back.
medical illustration of Hemocyanin is the oxygen transporter of the Horseshoe Crab (Limulus polyphemus). Hemocyanin is contained within the hemolymph, the animal's equivalent to our blood. Hemolymph is a clear liquid that turns blue when saturated with oxygen. That is due to hemocyanin containing copper to bind oxygen.
medical illustration of A di-oxygen molecule is about to be bound by two copper ions (glowing spheres). This depicts the oxygen binding site (active site) of a hemocyanin protein.
medical illustration of Microtubule formation underlies a phenomenon called dynamic instability, switching from growth to shrinking (termed disaster) to growth again (termed recovery). This animation uses non-photorealistic rendering techniques (NPR) to achieve a comic-book or illustration-like look.
medical illustration of Microtubule formation underlies a phenomenon called dynamic instability, switching from growth to shrinking (termed disaster) to growth again (termed recovery). This animation uses non-photorealistic rendering techniques (NPR) to achieve a comic-book or illustration-like look.

Profile

I am a scientific animator, photographer, and structural biologist (PhD). I create accurate and engaging visuals for researchers, science communicators, and pharmaceutical companies.

Style/Techniques

Animation, Color, Information Graphics, Line with Color, 3D, Video

Subject/Specialties

Allergy / Immunology, Biology, Molecular Biology, Natural Science / Nature, Virology, Zoology