#7 Scientific illustrations of the week: What is new for you

Hello, this week we’ve added amazing new scientific illustrations. All these illustrations are available on Mind the Graph. Furthermore, we already have a library with thousands scientific illustrations. So, if you want to use any of these illustrations, you can create a free account and start to create better graphical abstracts and presentations now.

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Hepatic portal system

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Coral Fragments

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Phytoplankton

“I need a sketch of the phytoplankton Dunaliella for my abstract. However, currently I am using Chlorella which is inaccurate, please provide a sketch of Dunaliella”

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Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF)

“I would like to ask you for an illustration of protein, called Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF). Here is a link to the original protein structure.”

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Human brain 

“I’d like to ask for three brain regions illustration: 1) Caudate nucleus; 2) Cerebellum; 3) Posterior cingulate cortex.”

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Urinary system

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Furthermore, most illustrations are based on requests from our users. So, if you are a Mind the Graph subscriber, you can request new illustrations at no extra cost.

However, if you are a free user and need new illustrations, you can upgrade your plan for only $9,00USD. You can check all the benefits of being a subscriber here.

We are always open to your feedback. So, if you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact us!

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