by Denyse O'Leary
Here are some animations of the machinery of living cells, in alpha order:
ATP synthase (Access Research Network).
bacteria, live swimming (Access Research Network, downloaded software may be required).
Bacterial flagellum - two molecular animations (via Dave Scot, Uncommon Descent)
bacterial cell, straight swimming mode (Access Research Network, downloaded software may be required).
bacterial flagellum (Access Excellence (Sean Henahan) via Access Research Network).
Bacterial flagellum (via Japanese Nanonet Bulletin)
bacterial flagellum - base (Access Research Network, downloaded software may be required).
bacterial flagellum - conceptual diagram (Access Research Network).
bacterial flagellum - flagellar hook (Access Research Network, downloaded software may be required).
bacteria - flagellar motor, schematic diagram (Access Research Network, downloaded software may be required). See also bacterial flagellum
bacterial flagellum labelled (Access Research Network).
bacteria rotary cap mechanism (Access Research Network, downloaded software may be required).
Cancer (offers animations under the "Pathways to Cancer" heading)
cilium (Access Research Network).
cilium complete, (Access Research Network).
cilium cross-section (Access Research Network).
ciliary motion 1, (Access Research Network).
ciliary motion 2, (Access Research Network).
DNA - interaction with p53 (YouTube, very short clip)
DNA - replication (YouTube)
DNA - unzipping (Youtube, short but informative)
Holliday junction - resolution (YouTube)
micro RNA (YouTube) See also RNA
p53 - DNA interaction with p53 (YouTube, very short clip)
Protein factory (via Dave Scot, Uncommon Descent)
Protein translation, two views (via Dave Scot, Uncommon Descent)
Ribosome animation (via EMBO journal - you must download this one)
RNA interference (via Dave Scot, Uncommon Descent)
Supercoiled DNA How the cell deals with supercoiled DNA during replication and transcription (via Dave Scot, Uncommon Descent)
vision, chemistry of vision (Access Research Network).
vision, pathway to sight with labels (Access Research Network).
vision, first chemical reaction (Access Research Network).
Transcription 1 (YouTube, from the DNAi project)
Toronto-based Canadian journalist Denyse O'Leary (www.designorchance.com) is the author of the multiple award-winning By Design or by Chance? (Augsburg Fortress 2004), an overview of the intelligent design controversy. She was named CBA Canada's Recommended Author of the Year in 2005 and is co-author, with Montreal neuroscientist Mario Beauregard, of the forthcoming The Spiritual Brain: A neuroscientist's case for the existence of the soul (Harper 2007).
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