Based off your previous answer, how an extracellular molecule know the location of its receptor? Still in progress. I've made these renders for showing purposes.
Inside a cell, large molecules are densely crowded so much so that the average distance between two macromolecules is typically less than the width of a single macromolecule Most likely to not change much. I find the molecules to be vibrating a little too much, so I've made some adjustments for the next render. Although, it just convey the busy-ness of the environment well. Might stick with this, not sure yet.
An extracellular molecule knows the physical location of its receptor: Color for the radar has been updated to a brighter color. Needs to re-render on AE but otherwise finalized. Still fidgeting needed for False. Ligand might need to travel back and forth a few time before it "accidentally" nudges itself into the receptor.
Based on your previous answer and assuming there are several instances of the complementary receptor present, an extracellular molecule tries to move toward: Ligand still looks like it is "thinking." Possible solution to rid of this motion is to remove any hovering artifact, This one is likely to stay the same, unless I can figure out why the top ruler for the second ligand is paler than usual. Very strange...
S1 Q1 and Q2
For the questions: An extracellular molecule tries to move towards a complementary receptor Animations will most likely be set in stone as finals! woo hoo