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medical illustration of SHORT-LISTED for the 2016 WORLD ILLUSTRATION AWARDS. (Finalists as yet unannounced.) 
This 3-dimensional illustration shows the inflammatory environment of the papillary dermis as seen from beneath the epidermis in the early stages of psoriatic plaque development. This image was also used as the stylistic guide for a 3D animated video that our studio, Geras Healthcare Productions, created for a major pharmaceutical drug launch.
Next medical illustration of This 3D scene features cells in the papillary dermis of the skin that are known to express interleukin-17A (IL-17A), a key proinflammatory molecule involved in the pathogenesis of plaque psoriasis. The cells shown are: fibroblasts, keratinocytes, endothelial cells and a macrophage.This image is derived from a 3D video created by Geras Healthcare Productions for a major pharmaceutical drug launch.

Cells Expressing IL-17A

SHORT-LISTED for the 2016 WORLD ILLUSTRATION AWARDS. (Finalists as yet unannounced.) This 3-dimensional illustration shows the inflammatory environment of the papillary dermis as seen from beneath the epidermis in the early stages of psoriatic plaque development. This image was also used as the stylistic guide for a 3D animated video that our studio, Geras Healthcare Productions, created for a major pharmaceutical drug launch.

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