Amazing 30 Pictures of Molecular World

Budding Clathrin-Coated Vesicle

The mitochondria on the molecular scale.

The nuclear pore complex

DNA wrapped around histones

The Synapse: Where a neuron passes an electrical or chemical signal to another neuron.

The cytoskeleton is responsible for mechanical stability and the shape of a cell. It also allows active movements of the cell as a whole and for transport within the cell.
In this image: Microtubules (yellow), Actin (turquoise)

The ATP Synthase

EGFR (Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor)
VIZBI Challenge Entry 2016


11 The Proteasomes: A protein complexes which degrade unneeded or damaged proteins. The pink proteins on the top right is Ubiquitin.

12 Intracellular Vesicular Trafficking. One way proteins can be moved around inside a cell.

13 GABAA receptors are ligand-gated ion channels. They are embedded in the cell membranes of neurons. Upon activation these channels let Cl- ions pass into the cell thereby hyperpolarizing the cell membrane.





18 Virtual cross-section of a cell.

19 The Cowpea Mosaic Virus

20 The Antibody

21 An axon cut open exposing the structures inside.
In this image:
Blue Actin Rings linked together by Adducin. Spectrin linking together the rings

22 E. coli Exonuclease I - Destroyer of ssDNA


24 A cross-section of a Mitochondrion

25 The Structure of a Centrosome

27 The Human Papillomavirus

28 Assembly of the core histones and DNA forming nucleosomes.

29 The Nucleosome

30 The Human Papillomavirus

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