Alzheimer’s Markers in the Blood

Alzheimer’s Markers in the Blood

A dark and stormy look at biological markers in the blood that can lead to earlier Alzheimer’s diagnosis and treatment.
OssioFiber MOA Illustration | @Lisa A. Clark

OssioFiber Fixation Device Material

Device illustration created to demonstrate an orthopedic fixation company’s unique non-permanent orthopedic fixation device material, composed of mineral fibers and a bioabsorbable polymer resin. Over time the polymer resin is cleared by the body and new bone replaces the mineral fibers leaving only native bone behind with no residual hardware or associated permanent implant complications.
Anastasis (Cell Death Reversal)

Anastasis (Cell Death Reversal)

Journal infographic for an article about anastasis (cell death reversal). Molecular processes can rescue cells already engaged in the process of apoptosis or other forms of programmed cell death.
Perineuronal Nets (PNNs) © Lisa A. Clark

Perineuronal Nets (PNNs)

Perineuronal nets form during postnatal development, marking the end of what’s known as the “critical period” of heightened brain plasticity. PNNs are composed of extracellular matrix (ECM) molecules and are responsible for synaptic stabilization in the adult brain. PNNs are found around certain neuron cell bodies and proximal neurites in the central nervous system. Increasingly, researchers are turning to PNNs as potential targets to enhance plasticity for the treatment of various diseases. This illustration was created for the cover The Scientist magazine.
Antimicrobial Mode of Action for Canine Ear Ointment

Antimicrobial Mode of Action for Canine Ear Ointment

Otitis externa refers to an inflammation of the dog's outer ear, which is commonly caused by bacterial or yeast infection. This illustration was created to demonstrate the mode of action for a veterinary company’s new ointment.
Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

ICSI involves injecting a single sperm directly into an egg in order to fertilize it. The fertilized egg (embryo) is then transferred to the woman’s uterus.