|TSH REC PANORAMA – Surface proteins on red blood cell membrane with the thyroid-stimulating hormone receptor dimer in the foreground||CELL MEMBRANE – Rendering of the surface of a cell, computed using data derived from a lymphocyte. Levels of gray indicate presence of proteins, with the darkest areas representing protein rafts||CLOSE UP TSH RECEPTOR – A close-up view showing the thyroid-stimulating hormone receptor present on the red blood cells|
|VEIN – Image showing the red blood cells flowing inside a blood vessel||CALMODULIN/MLCK INTERACTION – Protein-protein interaction is visible through EP. The polarity is implied the comet rendering of particles that suggest motion towards the negative pole.||CONTRACTILE RING – Interaction between Myosin and Actin filaments, constrict the cell membrane to form a cleavage furrow, during Cytokinesis|
|LIPID RAFT – Image of a portion of the cell membrane, showing a Potassium channel, several glycolipids and a group of proteins in a raft||RAFT DANCE – White blood cell surface membrane with glycolipids in the foreground and a high concentration of proteins forming a raft||HORMONE -Thyroid-stimulating hormone, alpha-beta dimer. Its hydropathy is visualized using our BioBlender visual code|
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