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Dr. Christoph Kuehne / 3-D.science

Microtubule Formation 

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Dynamic Instability in Microtubules

medical illustration of Microtubule formation underlies a phenomenon called dynamic instability, switching from growth to shrinking (termed disaster) to growth again (termed recovery). This animation uses non-photorealistic rendering techniques (NPR) to achieve a comic-book or illustration-like look.
Next medical illustration of Microtubule formation underlies a phenomenon called dynamic instability, switching from growth to shrinking (termed disaster) to growth again (termed recovery). This animation uses non-photorealistic rendering techniques (NPR) to achieve a comic-book or illustration-like look.

Microtubule Formation - Disaster

Microtubule formation underlies a phenomenon called dynamic instability, switching from growth to shrinking (termed disaster) to growth again (termed recovery). This animation uses non-photorealistic rendering techniques (NPR) to achieve a comic-book or illustration-like look.

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