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Of Catastrophes and Rescues: Making the Invisible  

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Next medical animation of We made an illustration of a life-cycle of a virus. It shows how the proteins of the viral envelope interact with the proteins of the cell membrane to allow the virion to enter the cell. But how to show proteins, virions, and cells, whose sizes are orders of magnitude apart, in a single picture? We made this video to give a little insight into our thought process when creating the illustration.

Making of a visualization of SARS-CoV-2

Microtubules are long, hollow tubes present in each of your cells. They help to maintain the shape of the cell, and they form rails along which material is transported throughout the cell. They even help with the cell division. In this video, we show you how microtubules assemble from molecules of proteins randomly scattered throughout every cell. The video has been rendered with a real-time molecular visualization engine Marion and real-time composition library Vj made by nanographics.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Video, Microscopy, Education, Interactive, Research, Biology

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