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The LUX Operon

This animation explores the LUX operon, a set of five genes that are involved in bacterial bioluminescence.

Genetics
Cell Biology
Microbiology
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Calcium Channel Blockers and Paralysis

This animation shows how the drug Prialt suppresses signals from the nervous system, which can paralyze certain organisms.

Cell Biology
Anatomy & Physiology
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High School — AP/IB
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Cone Snail Toxins and Paralysis

This animation shows how cone snail toxins cause paralysis by blocking signal transmission at the synapse between neuron and muscle.

Cell Biology
Anatomy & Physiology
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Cellular Differentiation Along Concentration Gradients

This animation shows how varying concentrations of a signaling molecule activate different transcription factors to determine cell fate.

Genetics
Cell Biology
Anatomy & Physiology
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Molecular Mechanism of Synaptic Function

This animation shows how neurons send and receive signals to communicate with one another at contact points called synapses.

Cell Biology
Anatomy & Physiology
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Targeting Infected Cells for Immune Defense

This animation shows how a cell infected by a virus signals cytotoxic T cells to destroy itself.

Cell Biology
Microbiology
Anatomy & Physiology
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Zebrafish Heart Regeneration

This animation shows how zebrafish can rapidly heal wounds to the heart.

Cell Biology
Anatomy & Physiology
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High School — General
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PPAR-gamma Activation in the Fat Cell

This animation shows how the PPAR-gamma receptor can activate fat storage and changes in hormone levels.

Genetics
Cell Biology
Anatomy & Physiology
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How Tumors Grow

This animation shows how a tumor forms, recruits blood vessels, and enters metastasis.

Cell Biology
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College