Adeno-Associated Virus

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3D Printed Physical Models of an Adeno-Associated Virus

Shown below are 3D printed physical models of the Adeno-Associated Virus, based on the structure 3ux1.pdb. The capsid is colored by radial distance from the center of the sphere. It has been designed with embedded magnets to dock to a display base.

The MSOE Center for BioMolecular Modeling

The MSOE Center for BioMolecular Modeling uses 3D printing technology to create physical models of protein and molecular structures, making the invisible molecular world more tangible and comprehensible. To view more protein structure models, visit our Model Gallery.

This is a sample scene created with SAT to by Group, and another to make of the protein. You can make your own scenes on SAT starting from scratch or loading and editing one of these sample scenes.



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