HAP1 DNA repairer
Computer graphic of a HAP1 enzyme in the process of repairing a molecule of DNA, a process that takes place many thousands of times daily. Cell repair of this type helps the body keep free of cancers. In the graphic the DNA molecule is a 'stick' representation and the HAP1 molecule's surface is comprised of positively (red) and negatively charged (blue) sites.
Copyright © James King-Holmes 2014.Copyright © James King-Holmes |PLUS|01-AA-662| 2014
Photo size: 16.4 Mpixels (47 MB uncompressed) - 4761x3452 pixels (15.8x11.5 in / 40.3x29.2 cm at 300 ppi)