DNA rendering

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    I've started to play with molecular renderings (fun side of my work). Here, unnamed DNA.

    mars_discovery_district, jupisa, and 48 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Steve LeVine 77 months ago | reply

      Great photo. I'm blogging it. Thanks

      Steve LeVine, author
      The Oil and the Glory (Random House)
      www.oilandglory.com

    2. NowPublic 72 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing your photo!This photograph appears in a NowPublic news story: Helmsman of the Genome Project to Resign.

    3. marinegirl2007 70 months ago | reply

      For Nic's dad!

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      [discovered in the HPAD Chat photophlow room] (?)

    4. shelleydubois 64 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'd like to use a remixed version of your image to accompany an article on scienceline.org about a DNA lab in Harlem. Please feel free to check out the link, and thanks so much for publishing in "creative commons."

    5. Secrets Of Longevity 60 months ago | reply

      Thanks for posting this, I have used it in an article I wrote here:

      www.secrets-of-longevity-in-humans.com/longevity-gene.html

    6. homechicklette 56 months ago | reply

      I recently used this photo for an article entitled Doctors warn that genetically modified foods pose a serious health risk and should be avoided.

      Check it out: www.examiner.com/x-10060-Seattle-Nutrition-Examiner~y2009...

      Thanks for the great photo and using CC! ~Heidi

    7. chottom 52 months ago | reply

      Very nice image.
      I also used it in my article about the creation of human pan-genome:

      chottomatte.net/2010/01/05/cinase-and-african-genomes-bri...

      My site is still under constrction but when it is ready I will include your blog in the link section.
      Thank you, dziekuje

    8. Send Chocolate 52 months ago | reply

      This photo was selected to be included in www.examiner.com/examiner/x-9121-Orange-County-Special-Ne.... The current copyright license is a CC 2.0 Attribution License. (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/d eed.en)

      If you change that and/or would like your photo withdrawn from this article, please don't hesitate to let me know.
      Thank you so much! I linked to your freescience blog.

    9. lovely_stevia [deleted] 51 months ago | reply

      Hello:D
      I would like to use your several photo from flickers website for making homepage, and would like to have your permission.
      If it is OK with you, please let us know...
      my e mail address // lovemap2000@cnu.ac.kr...

      Have a nice day! Thanks :D

    10. Chris & Sarai 51 months ago | reply

      Great photo! Just used it for a blog post, with a link back to here. Thanks!

      www.careinnovators.com/2010/a-growing-strand-medco-and-dn...

    11. BlueRidgeKitties 48 months ago | reply

      Nice render! I'm an admin for a group called Life Sciences Teaching Resource, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    12. BlueRidgeKitties 48 months ago | reply

      Thanks for adding it to the group!

    13. New Hampshire Public Radio 46 months ago | reply

      Hi there,

      Just wanted to let you know we used a copy of this photo for our show Word of Mouth, for a segment on what's changed in the decade since we decoded the human genome. Here's a link if you'd like to see it:

      www.nhpr.org/node/33063

      Thanks for sharing this photo through Creative Commons!

      Best,
      Brady
      NHPR

    14. MattBrown839 33 months ago | reply

      I've adapted your image for use on the "about the study" section of our study website. Link: psc.medgen.medschl.cam.ac.uk/ Thanks for sharing!

    15. tenochnnoa 15 months ago | reply

      Thanks, i just wanted to let you know that i'll use your image in a iBook for highschool about algorithms in México

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