Kinesin Walking Narrated Version for Garland





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Published on Apr 7, 2011

I created this animation of the molecular motor "kinesin" walking along a protofilament of a microtubule in 1999 for the Ron Milligan and Ron Vale Science paper referenced below. It was my first major project using Cinema4D instead of my old favorite StrataStudioPro on a mac.
Mike Morales and Peter Walter created a narration for Garland publishers Molecular Biology of the Cell, Alberts et al.

For details on the science behind the animated visualization, please check out the original paper:
Vale, R. D. & Milligan, R. A. The Way Things Move: Looking Under the
Hood of Molecular Motor Proteins Science, 2000, 288, 88-95

Created by Graham Johnson of fivth.com and Graham Johnson medical media www.grahamj.com, for Molecular Biology of the Cell, 4e by Alberts, Walter, et al, Gardland Publishers. ©2002

For more on simulating and animating molecules, cells and helpful plugins, please visit www.grahamj.com


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