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p53

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Experimental
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silent
chemistry
cancer
biology

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Mar 8, 2010 | 9:42 PM EST

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this is a daydream i have sometimes during biochemistry classes.

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shades90shades90

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Looked to me like radiation poisening. The bonds in the DNA and organelles were being destroyed when hit by the fast flying particles.


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h2oOtterh2oOtter

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I see/saw/ate Colours... I'm alive man!

Curious, odd, fascinating, hypnotising, deafening. Hmmpff. And cancer at then end? Whoa. Anyhow, interesting, kinda wild daydream, idea. Animation simple but effective. Nice job too in the lecture hall at end. Keep it up (daydreaming?)



TomsanTomsan

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice

but where exactly was the guardian of the genome?



FireeyeFireeye

Rated 4 / 5 stars

DNA being shoot by fireworks? Yay!

While I generally consider myself as crappy in both biology and chemistry, I think I've understand the deeper sense of this flash..cancer on LSD.



NitrogenousBeingNitrogenousBeing

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A man in a microwave dream? scary

I saw p53 and was like "is that the cancer suppressing protein... no it must be a coincidence..." but hey there are apparently biologists on newgrounds besides myself :)

I like the ATP Synthese crunching on the ADP and thymine dimerization
But I'm curious why did you show a the mitochondria breaking up if this is about cancer which would more likely cause mitochondria proliferation? Then again you did have the man explode so its more like he was in a microwave than getting cancer and the title is just misleading.


peef2 responds:

that's true. i failed. damn.