Zika Virus Shell
This is a 3D print of the Zika Virus with a digital QRC code base. Green colored proteins chains and yellow active sites demonstrate the complexity and beauty of this dangerous virus. Prints available in multiple sizes (small, medium, and large) through our shapeways.com store. Purchase through the Biologic Models shop and take an extra 10% the medium size molecular model kit.
CRISPR Cas9 Bound to Guide RNA and Target DNA
Protein Description Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR, pronounced crisper) are segments of prokaryotic DNA containing short, repetitive base sequences. In a palindromic repeat, the sequence of nucleotides is the same in both directions. Each repetition is followed by short segments of spacer DNA from previous exposures to foreign DNA (e.g., a virus or […]
CRISPR Cpf1 Bound to Guide RNA and Target DNA
Explore the 3-dimensional structure of CRISPR Cpf-1 and learn about the future of gene editing. From x-ray crystallography data to 3D printed model, this protein guide will walk you through the inner workings of this amazing genome editing tool.
3D print of Annexin B12 Trimer and Monomer created from protein dataset PDB ID: 1AEI; CRYSTAL STRUCTURE OF THE ANNEXIN XII HEXAMER Protein Description “Annexins are a family of calcium- and phospholipid-binding proteins implicated in a number of biological processes including membrane fusion and ion channel formation. The crystal structure of the annexin XII hexamer, refined […]
Comparative Analysis of EGFR
Conducting comparative analysis of known protein structures to unknown protein structures of allows researchers and scientists to develop theories about protein behavior. Here we investigate the structural differences of inactive EGFR and a mutant EGFR in order to understand the how pharmaceutical products prevent cellular proliferation.
Ebola Virus Ectodomain
This is a 3D print of x-ray crystallography datasets PDB IDs: 3CSY, 2EBO The protein surface color coding is defined by the protein’s Hydrophobicity. To delineate the different chains, we have colored the GP2-Glycoprotein-plasma membrane a green colors. The model can be printed in a variety of materials and sizes.