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"Molecular Structure: Unlocking the Secrets of Life's Building Blocks" From anaesthetics inhibiting ion channels to antidepressant molecules

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel C015 / 6718

Anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel C015 / 6718
Anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel. Computer model showing the structure of propofol anaesthetic drug molecules (spheres)

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Amitriptyline antidepressant molecule

Amitriptyline antidepressant molecule
Amitriptyline, molecular model. Amitriptyline is a tricyclic antidepressant (TCA) drug. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour-coded: carbon (grey), hydrogen (white) and nitrogen (blue)

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Immunoglobulin G antibody molecule F007 / 9894

Immunoglobulin G antibody molecule F007 / 9894
Immunoglobulin G antibody molecule. Computer model of the secondary structure of immunoglobulin G (IgG). This is the most abundant immunoglobulin and is found in all body fluids

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: DNA molecule, artwork

DNA molecule, artwork
DNA molecule. Computer artwork of a double stranded DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) molecule amongst clouds of swirling gas. DNA is composed of two strands twisted into a double helix

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Creatine amino acid molecule

Creatine amino acid molecule
Creatine, molecular model. This amino acid acts as an energy store for the contraction of muscle. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour-coded: carbon (grey), hydrogen (white)

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Nanotube technology

Nanotube technology. Computer artwork of four cylindrical fullerenes (carbon nanotubes) of varying size, with the smaller ones nested inside the larger ones

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Zinc fingers bound to a DNA strand

Zinc fingers bound to a DNA strand, molecular model. The double helix of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid, red and yellow) is seen here with two Zif268 proteins (blue and green)

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Carbon nanotube

Carbon nanotube. Computer artwork showing the hexagonal carbon structure of a nanotube, or buckytube

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Oxytocin neurotransmitter molecule

Oxytocin neurotransmitter molecule. Computer model showing the structure of the neurotransmitter and hormone Oxytocin. Atoms are colour-coded spheres (carbon: dark grey, hydrogen: light grey)

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Manganese superoxide dismutase enzyme F006 / 9423

Manganese superoxide dismutase enzyme F006 / 9423
Manganese superoxide dismutase enzyme, molecular model. This enzyme scavenges and decomposes the potentially toxic first reduction product, superoxide, of aerobic respiration

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: SARS coronavirus protein

SARS coronavirus protein. Molecular model of the ORF-9b protein produced by the SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) coronavirus

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Nanotube technology, conceptual artwork

Nanotube technology, conceptual artwork
Nanotube technology. Conceptual computer artwork of a woman wearing a hat that represents carbon nanotube technology. The hat is in the form of a molecular model that shows the hexagonal carbon

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Vioxx drug molecule

Vioxx drug molecule
Vioxx. Molecular model of the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug rofecoxib, which was marketed as Vioxx. This drug was withdrawn from use in 2004 due to concerns over increased heart attack

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Levofloxacin antibiotic molecule

Levofloxacin antibiotic molecule
Levofloxacin antibiotic, molecular model. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour-coded: carbon (grey), hydrogen (white), nitrogen (dark blue), oxygen (red) and fluorine (light blue)

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Buckyball molecule C320, artwork

Buckyball molecule C320, artwork
Artwork of a buckyball molecule, chemical formula C320, also known as buckminsterfullerene. This large spherical fullerene molecule made of 320 carbon atoms is arranged like a geodesic dome of

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Nanotube technology, computer artwork

Nanotube technology, computer artwork
Nanotube technology. Computer artwork of a cylindrical fullerene molecule (carbon nanotube). The hexagonal carbon structure of the nanotube is shown here

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Fullerene molecule, computer artwork

Fullerene molecule, computer artwork
Fullerene molecule. Computer artwork of the spherical fullerene molecule C320. Fullerenes are a structural type (allotrope) of carbon

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Buckyball molecule

Buckyball molecule. Computer artwork of a molecule of buckminsterfullerene (C60), a spherical fullerene and the first fullerene to be discovered (in 1985)

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Illustration of oxygen molecules

Illustration of oxygen molecules

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Argonaute protein molecule F006 / 9526

Argonaute protein molecule F006 / 9526
Argonaute protein, molecular model. This protein forms the RNA-induced silencing complex (RISC) along with a small interfering RNA (ribonucleic acid) molecule

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: TFAM transcription factor bound to DNA C015 / 7059

TFAM transcription factor bound to DNA C015 / 7059
TFAM transcription factor bound to DNA, molecular model. Human mitochondrial transcription factor A (TFAM, green) bound to a strand of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid, blue and pink)

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Adenovirus hexon protein

Adenovirus hexon protein, molecular model. Hexon proteins are part of the protein coat or shell (capsid) of adenoviruses. In viruses

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Illustration of molecule structure of Buckminsterfullerene, an allotrope of carbon

Illustration of molecule structure of Buckminsterfullerene, an allotrope of carbon

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Microscopic view of DNA

Microscopic view of DNA

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: DNA structure, artwork C017 / 7218

DNA structure, artwork C017 / 7218
DNA structure. Computer artwork showing the structure of a double stranded DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) molecule (right) and its components (left)

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Aspartic molecule

Aspartic molecule
Aspartic acid molecule. Alpha-amino acid nonessential in mammals. Precursor to several amino acids including methionine, threonine, isoleucine and lysine

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Serine molecule

Serine molecule
Serine, molecular model. Non-essential proteinogenic amino acid. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour-coded: carbon (grey), hydrogen (blue-green), nitrogen (blue) and oxygen (red)

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Teriflunomide multiple sclerosis drug F007 / 0193

Teriflunomide multiple sclerosis drug F007 / 0193
Teriflunomide multiple sclerosis drug, molecular model. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour-coded: hydrogen (white), carbon (grey), oxygen (red), fluorine (dark yellow) and nitrogen (blue)

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Argonaute protein and microRNA F006 / 9752

Argonaute protein and microRNA F006 / 9752
Argonaute protein. Molecular model of human argonaute-2 protein complexed with microRNA (micro ribonucleic acid). This protein is part of the RNA-induced silencing complex (RISC)

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Immunoglobulin G antibody and egg white F006 / 9682

Immunoglobulin G antibody and egg white F006 / 9682
Immunoglobulin G and egg white. Molecular model of an immunoglobulin G (IgG) antibody bound to a molecule of egg white. This is the most abundant immunoglobulin and is found in all body fluids

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Cytochrome P450 complex F006 / 9669

Cytochrome P450 complex F006 / 9669
Cytochrome P450 complex. Molecular model of a complex composed of cytochrome P450, carbon monoxide and camphor. Cytochrome molecules perform oxidation and reduction reactions for electron transport

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Succinyl-CoA synthetase enzyme F006 / 9592

Succinyl-CoA synthetase enzyme F006 / 9592
Succinyl-CoA synthetase bound to GTP, molecular model. Also known as succinyl coenzyme A synthetase (SCS), this enzyme catalyses the reversible reaction between succinyl-CoA and succinic acid

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: RNA-induced silencing complex F006 / 9586

RNA-induced silencing complex F006 / 9586
RNA-induced silencing complex (RISC), molecular model. This complex consists of a bacterial argonaute protein (top) bound to a small interfering RNA (siRNA) molecule (red and blue)

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Foot-and-mouth disease virus F006 / 9556

Foot-and-mouth disease virus F006 / 9556
Foot-and-mouth disease virus. Molecular model of the foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) virus (Aphtae epizooticae) protein coat (capsid)

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Adenovirus penton base protein F006 / 9542

Adenovirus penton base protein F006 / 9542
Adenovirus penton base protein, molecular model. This protein molecule is a subunit called a penton, forming the vertices of the capsid of this adenovirus

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Rhinovirus 16 capsid, molecular model F006 / 9431

Rhinovirus 16 capsid, molecular model F006 / 9431
Rhinovirus 16 capsid, molecular model. This is human rhinovirus 16. The rhinovirus infects the upper respiratory tract and is the cause of the common cold. It is spread by coughs and sneezes

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Citrate acid cycle enzyme F006 / 9305

Citrate acid cycle enzyme F006 / 9305
Citrate acid cycle enzyme. Molecular model of the enzyme dihydrolipoamide succinyltransferase. This enzyme is involved in the citric acid (or Krebs) cycle

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: MscL ion channel protein structure

MscL ion channel protein structure. Molecular model showing the protein structure of a Mechanosensitive Channel of Large Conductance (MscL) from a Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacterium

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Caduceus with DNA, artwork C013 / 9990

Caduceus with DNA, artwork C013 / 9990
Caduceus with DNA. Computer artwork of the Caduceus symbol entwined by a strand of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid). The caduceus is the traditional symbol of the Greek god Hermes

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Cucumber mosaic virus, computer model

Cucumber mosaic virus, computer model
Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV), computer model. This image was created using molecular modelling software and data from X-ray crystallography

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Murine norovirus with antibody fragments

Murine norovirus with antibody fragments
Murine norovirus (MNV) with antibody fragments, computer model. This image was created using molecular modelling software and data from cryo- electron microscopy

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Sindbis virus capsid protein

Sindbis virus capsid protein, molecular model

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Fluticasone asthma drug molecule

Fluticasone asthma drug molecule
Fluticasone, molecular model. This corticosteroid is used to treat asthma attacks. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour-coded: carbon (grey), hydrogen (white) oxygen (red)

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Tobacco necrosis virus research, artwork

Tobacco necrosis virus research, artwork
Tobacco necrosis virus research, computer artwork

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Parathyroid hormone molecule

Parathyroid hormone molecule. Computer model showing the structure of parathyroid hormone (PTH), or parathormone. Atoms are colour-coded (carbon: dark grey, hydrogen: light grey, oxygen: red)

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Ghrelin hormone molecule

Ghrelin hormone molecule. Computer model showing the crystal structure of the human hormone ghrelin. The crystal structure consists of both the secondary structure

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Model of Ethanol (C2H5OH) molecule, close-up

Model of Ethanol (C2H5OH) molecule, close-up

Background imageMolecular Structure Collection: Molecular model of Formic Acid, digital illustration

Molecular model of Formic Acid, digital illustration



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"Molecular Structure: Unlocking the Secrets of Life's Building Blocks" From anaesthetics inhibiting ion channels to antidepressant molecules, the intricate world holds endless wonders. The C015 / 6718 anaesthetic molecule delicately interacts with ion channels, altering their function and providing relief from pain. Meanwhile, Amitriptyline, an antidepressant molecule, works its magic by modulating neurotransmitters in our brains. In the realm of immunity, Immunoglobulin G antibody F007 / 9894 stands tall as a defender against pathogens. Its unique structure allows it to recognize and neutralize foreign invaders effectively. On another front, DNA artwork showcases the elegance and complexity that underlies all life forms on Earth. Creatine amino acid molecule fuels our muscles during intense physical activities while nanotube technology revolutionizes various industries with its exceptional properties. These tiny tubes hold immense potential for advancements in medicine and materials science alike. Zinc fingers bound to a DNA strand demonstrate how proteins can precisely interact with genetic material. This interaction plays a crucial role in gene regulation and expression. Carbon nanotubes take center stage once again as they exhibit remarkable strength and conductivity at the nano-scale level. Oxytocin neurotransmitter molecule reminds us of love's powerful influence on human connections—its presence promotes bonding between individuals. Manganese superoxide dismutase enzyme F006 / 9423 safeguards our cells by combating harmful free radicals that contribute to aging and disease. Even viruses have their own molecular structures; SARS coronavirus protein represents one such example—a key player in viral replication within host cells. Conceptual artwork further explores nanotube technology's limitless possibilities—the fusion of imagination and scientific innovation knows no bounds here. As we delve deeper into understanding molecular structures, we unravel nature's blueprint for life itself—one atom at a time. These captivating glimpses into the microscopic world remind us of both the fragility and resilience found within the building blocks of existence.