Annotated Figure Legends

We are exploring the use of Sketchfab and UCSF-Chimera to generate interactive figure legends for online scientific journals.
As shown below, still image figure legends can be converted into interactive 3D applications and embedded into a websites, social medial platforms and online journals.


Cryo-EM structure of the bacteriophage T4 portal protein assembly at near-atomic resolution

Lei Sun1,*, Xinzheng Zhang1,*,w, Song Gao2,*,w, Prashant A. Rao3, Victor Padilla-Sanchez2, Zhenguo Chen1,
Siyang Sun1, Ye Xiang1,w, Sriram Subramaniam3, Venigalla B. Rao2 & Michael G. Rossmann1

Nat.Commun. 6 7548-7548 (2015) PMID: 26144253

2015-11-09 20_12_05-Cryo-EM structure of the bacteriophage T4 portal protein (1).pdf - Adobe Acrobat

Figure 2 | The structure of gp20. (a) Charge distribution on the outer surface of dodecameric gp20. Blue and red colours correspond to 10 kTe positive
and negative potential, respectively. (b) Charge distribution on the inner surface of dodecameric gp20. (c) Ribbon drawing of the gp20 monomer structure
with each domain colour-coded.



 2015-11-09 20_15_31-Cryo-EM structure of the bacteriophage T4 portal protein (1).pdf - Adobe Acrobat

Conversion of data into Sketchfab

 Click on the figure legend text below to navigate through the structure