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I took hundreds of my photos and stock images and melded them into a ideal futuristic farm scene for Microbasics: where farmers live in deep harmony with livestock and their natural ecosystem. BiomeCycle® has at its core a sense of universal responsibility not just to the animals we raise and the land that sustains them but, also the people who call this planet home.

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medical illustration of Image shows Cold agglutinin disease (CAD) – a rare autoimmune hemolytic anemia driven by the production of cold agglutinins (CA). Despite published guidelines, there remains variability in the use and ordering of CA studies. Screening first for a C3d-positive DAT could help significantly reduce the need for more labor-intensive, specialized tests.
medical illustration of An immune checkpoint inhibitor (a monoclonal antibody) is shown activating a T cell (blue) to attack a cancer cell (green). While checkpoint inhibitors represent an important class of anticancer agent, their use sometimes results in immune cells damaging normal tissue.
medical illustration of Genomics in transfusion medicine. Investigators report using an automated software algorithm to accurately predict all red blood cell and platelet antigens from whole exome sequence (WES) data.  Whole genome sequencing and WES will eventually become commonplace. 
3D Model
medical illustration of Prehospital transfusion of
whole blood to a trauma patient being
transported by helicopter. 
34D model by Linda Nye
medical illustration of Transfusion cove image depicts oxygen delivery to muscles, examining the relationship between anemia and muscle oxygen saturation during exercise. Study speculates that individuals with higher hemoglobin levels were able to walk farther and thus consume more oxygen. Muscle oxygen saturation failed to predict improved exercise capability post-transfusion.
Linda Nye created this 3D model.
medical illustration of Liver transplantation, one of the most transfusion-intensive elective surgical procedures. Investigators report on a data-driven approach to optimizing blood product orders in advance of orthotopic liver transplantation surgery. The investigators found that their modified protocols help mitigate both under- and over-preparation of blood products in this challenging setting.
3D models.
medical illustration of Medical investigators using genomic, proteomic, and metabolic approaches to study blood samples collected from more than 13,000 volunteer donors.
medical animation of 3D, Video, Advertising / Marketing, Product Demonstration, Medical Devices, Ophthalmology
medical animation of Aneurysms occurring in the brain can sometimes be fatal and are difficult to treat This new treatment utilizes a cyanoacrylate process –
medical illustration of I took hundreds of my photos and stock images and melded them into a ideal futuristic farm scene for Microbasics: where farmers live in deep harmony with livestock and their natural ecosystem. 
BiomeCycle® has at its core a sense of universal responsibility not just to the animals we raise and the land that sustains them but, also the people who call this planet home.
medical illustration of Photography, Apps/Mobile, Editorial, Museum / Zoo, Natural Science / Nature, Zoology
medical illustration of A 36 foot mural showing all the plants and animals native to California at the Stanford Children's Hospital. Designed as an interactive “Seek and Find” for all ages, the mural uses a photomontage to show the incredible richness and diversity of California’s environment and the links between the many ecosystems that make up the state’s natural resources. A pictorial animal strip at the bottom provides a key for finding many of the hidden animals.
medical illustration of Life machine, a look inside: an artist’s visualization of the interior of a human cell, Life is three-dimensional even at the tiny level of the cell. The machinery of cell processes turn genes into the proteins that form our bodies. DNA is read, RNA is transcribed and translated, proteins fold and are transported inside and outside the cell. A tiny factory of macromolecules essential for all known forms of life.
medical animation of Animation introducing a new product that provides several layers of skin protection from bacteria, MRSA, and c.diff.
medical illustration of 3D computer model of concept for emergency syringe and case.
medical illustration of White Labs has a team of dedicated biochemists exploring new ways yeast is propagated and packaged in the art of fermentation and brewing.
medical illustration of In light of its 10th anniversary, a new facility, and the co-sponsorship of the first BIO national conference in San Diego, BIOCOM commissioned a mural celebrate their accomplishments.

The image shows the inner workings of a single cell, showing the unraveling DNA, and the transcribing the protein within the cell. It is also makes a compelling statement about the rigorous science underpinning the organization’s raison d’etre.
medical illustration of 3D computer model rendering for the cover of the journal Green Chemistry, for Lehigh University engineers that shows a bacterial method for the low-cost, environmentally friendly synthesis of aqueous soluble quantum dot (QD) nanocrystals at room temperature.
medical illustration of 3D model rendering cover concept for journal article showing experimental and quantitative analysis demonstrated that E.coli cells add a constant volume each generation, irrespective of their newborn sizes, conclusively supporting the so-called constant Δ model.
medical illustration of A mural for the 2nd floor of new Emory University Health Sciences Research Building.
The focus is on cutting edge research involving nanotechnology and stem cells for the treatment of Pediatric heart disease. Also research in to personalized cell therapy for Crohn's disease.
medical illustration of Immunology artwork done for Immune Design.
medical illustration of From the Discovery Center exhibition,
medical illustration of Mouth visualization from the exhibit
medical illustration of Visualization of the urinary system with interior structure of kidneys with renal pyramids and nephrons.
medical illustration of Created for Lehigh University, this work depicts a beam of white light generated across a surface containing nano gratings. With a successive groove depth, this surface can trap light at different positions, which separates the light into different wavelengths.
medical illustration of Cover art done for Nature Magazine for UC Berkley featuring their research on micro lens technology.
medical illustration of Nanopulses through the cell membrane piling the DNA strand through so it can be analyzed.
medical illustration of Male anatomy illustration for pharmaceutical client
medical illustration of Art work of man exercising for medical client
medical illustration of Rendering of a women's abdomen with highlight of internal anatomy.
medical illustration of Artwork done for NeuroCare showing highlights of the nervous system.
medical illustration of Artwork done for Oxford highlighting different areas of the human brain.
medical illustration of 3D Illustration of heart
medical illustration of Visualization of inguinal hernia for medical demonstration.
medical illustration of Lenticular body poster showing the interior anatomy of children.
medical illustration of Cardiac Fibrosis for Progressnotes magazine a quarterly magazine of the Medical University of South Carolina.
medical illustration of Artwork done to depict stem cells
medical illustration of A mural for the 3rd floor of new Emory University Health Sciences Research Building.
Focus is on cutting edge research into signaling pathways and gene expression for the treatment 
of childhood brain tumors.
medical illustration of A mural for the 4th floor of new Emory University Health Sciences Research Building.
The  focus on cutting edge research into small molecule inhibitor of viral RNA synthesis for the treatment Hepatitis C and HIV viruses.
medical illustration of Zoom into the Bloodstream from the human body transitioning into the heart, arteries, to blood cells, to the hemoglobin inside, to the oxygen molecules carried through out the body. Awarded First Place in the Illustration category of the 2008 National Science Foundation (NSF) and Science’s International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge.
medical illustration of Locked Nucleic Acid (LNA) Drug Platform uses the specificity of “tiny” 8-mer LNA-based compounds to successfully inhibited miR-122 and dramatically reduce Hepatitis C virus in the liver and in bloodstream chronically infected with the Hepatitis C virus.
medical illustration of The cell is shown at the beginning of mitosis. The newly divided centrosomes start to move apart while the nuclear membrane breaks down and the chromatin condenses into the individual chromosomes.
Current research makes abundantly clear that the cell is jam-packed with mind-numbing complexity – a complexity that we are only now starting to understand.
medical illustration of Large fabric panels hanging in a staircase at the UCSD Biomedical Library. A look at the different body systems active in the process of descending a staircase.
medical illustration of Exploratorium Visualization Laboratory’s, Zoom into a Butterfly's Wing
medical animation of Animation, Advertising / Marketing, Technology, Biotechnology, Disease Management, General Surgery, Medical Devices, Orthopaedics
medical animation of Animation, Advertising / Marketing, Anatomy, Biology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Disease Management, Gastroenterology, General Medicine, Genetics
medical illustration of Editorial, Education, Patient Education, Publishing, Stock, Anatomy, Biology, General Medicine, Urology
medical illustration of Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Patient Education, Anatomy, Biology, Disease Management, Neuroscience
medical illustration of Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Biology, Biotechnology, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Cell biology / Histology, Molecular Biology
medical illustration of Editorial, Publishing, Anatomy, Biology, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Disease Management, General Medicine, Thoracic Surgery
medical illustration of A special Science section for the New York Times. Fat cells a storage vessel for triglycerides also act like chemical factories secreting hormones.
medical animation of Large molecule therapeutics are transported across the epithelium by transcytosis to the lung interstitial space.
medical animation of Animation, Advertising / Marketing, Anatomy, Biology, Biotechnology, Disease Management, General Medicine, Molecular Biology, Pharmacology, Urology
medical illustration of 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Biology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Disease Management, Molecular Biology, Pharmacology
medical illustration of Color, Advertising / Marketing, Patient Education, Anatomy, Neuroscience, Orthopaedics
medical animation of Fly into a cell nucleus as it starts to divide. The genomic information that is stored in chromosomes must be replicated, and the duplicated genome must be separated cleanly between cells. During mitosis the pairs of chromatids condense and attach to fibers that pull the sister chromatids to opposite sides of the cell. The cell then divides in cytokinesis, to produce two identical daughter cells.
medical illustration of Color, Advertising / Marketing, Patient Education, Publishing, Allergy / Immunology, Disease Management, Respiratory
medical illustration of Collage, Color, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Museum / Zoo, Allergy / Immunology, Anatomy, Biology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Disease Management, Respiratory
medical illustration of Advertising / Marketing, Education, Patient Education, Allergy / Immunology, Anatomy, Biotechnology, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Disease Management, General Medicine, Respiratory
medical illustration of Color, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Patient Education, Anatomy, Disease Management, Neuroscience, Neurosurgery
medical illustration of Immune response to a splinter and the bacteria entering the wound.
medical animation of Portable, easy-to-use device that treats migraines as effectively as current drug therapies, and may eliminate or reduce your need for medications.
medical animation of Animation, Advertising / Marketing, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Gastroenterology, Molecular Biology
medical animation of Animation, Advertising / Marketing, Technology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Medical Devices, Molecular Biology

Profile

Linda Nye has been providing technology visualization and animation for biomedical, pharmaceutical, computer, museum and aerospace clients for 25 years. 3D and 2D computer animation also provide a common visualization tool for multimedia, internet, broadcast, advertising, and DVD training.

Style/Techniques

Animation, Collage, Color, Information Graphics, Photography, 3D, Apps/Mobile, Models, Video

Subject/Specialties

Allergy / Immunology, Anatomy, Biology, Biotechnology, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Cell biology / Histology, Dentistry, Dermatology, Disease Management, Emergency Medicine, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Gastroenterology, General Medicine, General Surgery, Genetics, Medical Devices, Molecular Biology, Natural History, Natural Science / Nature, Neuroscience, Neurosurgery, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Pediatrics, Pharmacology, Physical Therapy, Respiratory, Thoracic Surgery, Transplantation Surgery, Urology, Vascular Surgery, Veterinary Medicine, Virology, Zoology, Injuries, Oncology, Health & Wellness, Hemophilia, Pathology, Sports Medicine