More microtubule madness!!!
What motor proteins will be wearing this season as they stroll down microtubules…
and don’t miss yesterday’s animations…
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For this very special 300th post, I spent some time learning editing software and revamped some animations – and added a new one. I know – it’s dangerous to get mixed up in politics. But if a world leader decides to make pseudo-scientific statements, the gloves come off. Enjoy!!
and last but certainly not least…
What happens when one a them pesky chromosomes don’t behave durin’ cell division?
Check out my latest animation on my “Crazy Cell” YouTube channel:
More microtubule madness!
A kinesin does the moonwalk!
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Another animation in my “Microtubule madness” series.
all animations free for use by citing copyright 2018 by Russ Hodge,
Another new animation: Kinesins wearing high heels, walking on microtubules…
See my YouTube channel, “The Crazy Cell,” for more…
All animations, illustration and concept copyright 2018 by Russ Hodge
Today’s entry: Microtubule madness!
Lots of things can happen as a motor protein drags its cargo down a microtubule… Many more of these to come.
You’ll find other animations on my new YouTube channel called “The Crazy Cell”:
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I call this one “Kaboom”: what goes wrong if the chromosomes stick together and can’t be pulled toward the centrosomes…?
Concept and illustrations copyright Russ Hodge
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