Inner the cell

It's a video clip I found on the YouTube, which had been customed and developed by a scientific animation company, XVIVO, for Harvard University to propel their Molecular and Cellular Biology program.

In the clip, first, you can see membranes, lipid rafts, and cytoskeleton inner the cell. Then actin polymerization/depolymerization and myosin moving along actins are animated. Moreover, glycoporteins are transcripted from DNA, traslated into ER by ribosome, glycosylated in the Golgi, and finally secreted onto membranes. That all eventually cause the cell to move, change morphology and infiltrate through endothelials.

Now, all your imagination of a cell learned from the textbooks of molecular and cell biology could be consolidated through 3D visualization. It's really interest!

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