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Signal Transduction and Blockade 

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medical illustration of This illustration shows the generation of a molecular signal transduction cascade triggered by the binding of interleukin-17A (IL-17A) to its cell membrane receptor. It also shows the blockade of this cascade by the binding of monoclonal antibodies directed against IL-17A, a key molecule involved in the pathogenesis of several serious inflammatory diseases.
Next medical illustration of This illustration received the RX Club Award of Excellence, as well as the Society of Los Angeles Illustrators Award of Merit. It depicts the cell interior with a view upwards towards the cell membrane through which cytotoxic signals are penetrating the cell. The illustration is derived from a 3D animated video describing the role of mitochondrial proteins in the induction of apoptosis. Both the illustration and the video were created for a pharmaceutical client.

Entry of Cytotoxins into the Cell

This illustration shows the generation of a molecular signal transduction cascade triggered by the binding of interleukin-17A (IL-17A) to its cell membrane receptor. It also shows the blockade of this cascade by the binding of monoclonal antibodies directed against IL-17A, a key molecule involved in the pathogenesis of several serious inflammatory diseases.

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