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David Goodsell Cellular Landscapes
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An eye-catching illustration by David Goodsell, PhD, scientist, author and artist, of the inner membrane of mitochondria and the large protein complexes of the electron transport chain.
Dr. Goodsell creates cellular landscapes that accurately illustrate the size, shape, and distribution of proteins in their natural environment of the cell. These unique water color images connect the molecular world, inferred by X-ray crystallography and NMR spectroscopy, with the cellular world, observed by light and electron microscopy.
In our Mitochondria Poster
your students will see the large protein complexes of the electron transport chain, which create the electrochemical gradient that powers ATP synthase to build ATP. ATP is then transported out of the mitochondrion by the adenine nucleotide translocator, and diffuses through the channels in the VDAC protein in the outer membrane.
The Mitochondria Poster
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Materials on our
Mitochondria Poster© Teacher Resources page
Next Generation Science Standards
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Nucleosome Mini Model
Tour of a Human Cell
Ribosome Mini Models
DNA Discovery Kit - DISCONTINUED
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Transfer RNA Mini Models
Hemagglutinin Mini Model
The Data Dilemma
Science Olympiad Protein Modeling Event Kits
Ribosome Mini Models
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Aquaporin Channel Mini Model
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