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Ubiquitination Process and Protein Degradation 

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3D Animation Demo by Audra Geras

medical illustration of This large format 3D mural depicts the process by which proteins are targeted for degradation by sequential enzymatic ubiquitination. The ubiquitinized proteins are then degraded into short peptide segments by lytic enzymes lining the core of human 26S proteasomes. The image was created for a biotechnology firm focused on the development of immuno-therapies for cancer.
Next medical illustration of This 3D illustration was created for a biotechnology firm. It shows monoclonal antibodies binding to molecules of the specific ligand they were designed to target.

Monoclonal Antibodies Binding to Ligand Molecules

This large format 3D mural depicts the process by which proteins are targeted for degradation by sequential enzymatic ubiquitination. The ubiquitinized proteins are then degraded into short peptide segments by lytic enzymes lining the core of human 26S proteasomes. The image was created for a biotechnology firm focused on the development of immuno-therapies for cancer.

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