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SciStyle specializes in transforming your science into concise, technically-accurate scientific visualizations.

Yes I Do... SARS-CoV-2 Illustrations

Tripatitite Synapse

Tripatitite Synapse

Achucarro Basque Center for Neuroscience, Spain

Viruses & Bacteria

Viruses & Bacteria

San Diego State University, USA

Eukaryotic Cell

Eukaryotic Cell

European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg

Methylmercury

Methylmercury

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

Ebola Virus

Ebola Virus

Personal Project

Lignocellulose

Lignocellulose

Sandia National Laboratories, USA

Brec Recombinase

Brec Recombinase

Heinrich-Pette-Institut, Germany

Single Molecule Dynamics

Single Molecule Dynamics

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

SCIstyle offers a wide range of science-related design services

Imagine how stunning your research would look in an exclusive illustration

cover design
Cover Design

Increase recognition and impact of your research with a cover image that visually represents your findings.

publication figure
Scientific Figure

Improve the graphical display of your scientific data to obtain publication-quality figures of the highest standards.

graphical abstract
Graphical Abstract

Enhance the appearance of your article with a concise visual summary of your publication’s main findings.

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Workshop

Learn the tools and methods to bring your scientific data to life and transform raw data and concepts into compelling figures in this Adobe Illustrator workshop.

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Animation

Some complex subjects are best explained in an animated form, may it be as a simple 2D motion graphic or a stunning 3D animation.

Logo design
Logo Design

Why be a faceless entity if you can get a logo that symbolizes what you do and makes a lasting impression in the process.

About

I am Dr. Thomas Splettstoesser, a scientific illustrator with a background in biology and a passion to visually communicate complex scientific subjects from biology to nano technology.

I hold a doctorate degree in biology from Heidelberg University and have over 10 years of experience in scientific illustration and animation.

Based in Berlin, Germany I work freelance for clients worldwide.

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The trimeric S-protein (Spike) located on the viral envelope of coronavirus is responsible for binding to human receptor proteins to infect their host cells.
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The three receptor binding domains at the top of the protein are possible targets for specific antibodies to neutralize the virus.
3
A dense cover of attached sugar molecules (glycans) acts like a stealth shield to hide from the human immune system.
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Spike is anchored in the viral lipid bilayer envelope.

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