FOR your article: http://fuckyeahchemistry.tumblr.com/post/998234927/freshphotons-3-d-model-of-the-digestive-enzyme you source FRESH PHOTONS which really just stole the image from here: http://calstate.fullerton.edu/news/arts/2003/35_molecules.html. David Goodsell made that image and the model (I know because I work with him, and I also make these type of models see: models.scripps.edu). You should note that on your website.
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