April 12, 2016
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...
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 bef...
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 art...
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
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