Structure of human DNA or deoxyribonucleic acid (PDB 1BNA).
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- Structure of human DNA or deoxyribonucleic acid (PDB 1BNA).
- A telomere is a region of the DNA sequence at the end of a chromosome. Their function is to protect the ends of the chromosome from degradating. Here they are visible as highlights at the tips of the chromosomes.
- Genetic determining human chromosome.
- Atomic structure of Adeno-Associated Virus (PDB 1LP3), a vector for human gene therapy.
- Structure of a virus particle color enhanced.
- Structure of the Murine Polyomavirus (PDB 1SID). Polyomaviruses have been extensively studied as tumor viruses leading to fundamental insights into carcinogenesis, DNA replication and protein processing in humans and animals.
- A single Sarcoptes scabiei mite which is the cause of the contagious skin infection Scabies. The mite burrows under the host's skin, causing intense allergic itching.
- Three-quarter view of the heart and its coronary blood vessels.
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