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Design and Evolution of Synthetic Nucleocapsids 

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Mini-Protein Binder Designs Against the Flu Virus

medical illustration of Scientists at the UW Institute for Protein Design are pioneering the first synthetic nucleocapsids capable of packaging their own genetic material and evolving certain properties. To support their publication and media efforts, Cognition created this editorial science visualization to highlight their elegant synthetic biology system that utilizes computational design and evolves based on exposure to complex environments (such as RNase A, blood, and murine circulation).
Next medical illustration of This close-up still from an animation that Cognition created for Acerta’s conference booth, showcases the Bruton’s tyrosine kinase (Btk) pathway in B cells, which plays a crucial role in B-cell development. Encased within a 12’ scale model of the monolith from Stanley Kubrick’s cult classic 2001: A Space Odyssey, the animation intended to transport the viewer through an immersive story environment of the ACP-196 MOA for treatment of B-cell malignancies. Created in Cinema 4D, Adobe After Effects.

Btk Pathway in B Cell Close-Up

Scientists at the UW Institute for Protein Design are pioneering the first synthetic nucleocapsids capable of packaging their own genetic material and evolving certain properties. To support their publication and media efforts, Cognition created this editorial science visualization to highlight their elegant synthetic biology system that utilizes computational design and evolves based on exposure to complex environments (such as RNase A, blood, and murine circulation).

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