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Diptych Showing Immune Response to a Tumor Cell 

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medical illustration of This diptych was created for a biotechnology firm. The first image shows the phagocytosis and digestion of a tumor cell. The second shows the further degradation of tumor cell fragments into short peptide strands by a proteasome, followed by the processing and presentation of tumor antigen to a T cell.
Next medical illustration of This illustration on the subject of pediatric asthma shows the extravasation of inflammatory cells involved in the initiation of an an asthma attack, and the release of biologically active molecules into the environment. It was created for a global pharmaceutical client.

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This diptych was created for a biotechnology firm. The first image shows the phagocytosis and digestion of a tumor cell. The second shows the further degradation of tumor cell fragments into short peptide strands by a proteasome, followed by the processing and presentation of tumor antigen to a T cell.

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