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Fabry Mechanism of Disease 

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medical illustration of To explain the underlying cellular pathophysiology of Fabry (a rare genetic disease that causes an accumulation of a certain glycolipid within the body), Cognition created this comparison figure to highlight the difference between lysosomes within a normal and a Fabry cell. This was intended to provide a clear, approachable explanation for audiences of Moderna’s presentation on the topic.
Next medical illustration of This series serves as a visual platform for our client to give a primer on human toll-like receptors 1-10, with a focus on TLR8. Shown here are the left and middle pathways. Target audience is investor-centric.
Platform is PPT, web, and corporate fact sheets. Created in Illustrator with finishing touches in Photoshop.

Human TLR Family Series

To explain the underlying cellular pathophysiology of Fabry (a rare genetic disease that causes an accumulation of a certain glycolipid within the body), Cognition created this comparison figure to highlight the difference between lysosomes within a normal and a Fabry cell. This was intended to provide a clear, approachable explanation for audiences of Moderna’s presentation on the topic.

Keywords: Color, Editorial, Education, Professional Education, Cell biology / Histology, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Pathology

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