Biological Illustration: Kekkon6 localization and biological pacemakers Public
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Illustrations have helped mankind understand the world we inhabit since antiquity. Today biological illustration helps us to understand the biological world. This project demonstrates my abilities as an artist and knowledge as a scientist. As biological illustrator, I have done this by illustrating for two projects. One pertains to localization of Kekkon6, a transmembrane protein, in Drosophila melanogaster. The other relates to developing biological pacemakers with the use of stem cell implants.
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