Moléculas motoras y tráfico de membranaelaboración de una animación 3D y su incorporación a la metodología docente

  1. Agustín Valenzuela Fernández
  2. David Reyes Zamudo
  3. Daniel Blanco Ruiz
  4. Esteban Manuel Amador García
  5. Valentín Tinguaro Díaz Alemán
  6. Manuel Drago Díaz Alemán
De la innovación imaginada a los procesos de cambio
  1. Ana Vega Navarro (coord.)
  2. David Stendardi (coord.)

Publisher: Servicio de Publicaciones ; Universidad de La Laguna

ISBN: 978-84-15939-62-7

Year of publication: 2018

Pages: 307-314

Type: Book chapter


n Biomedicine, regarding the traffic dynamics or vesicular transport mediated by molecular motors, the student needs to understand this complex biological processes through the acquisition of knowledge by spatiotemporal visualization in 3D. In this sense, the creation of graphic material of 3D animation to illustrate in a pedagogical way, and with the highest scientific rigor, the functions and processes that occur inside the cells of the immune system, related to molecular motors in transport and movement of intracellular vesicles, is of importance for the understanding of these biological processes and functions. This motor movement, for example, occurred at cell-plasma membrane, represents a major route of entry and infection of many pathogens associated with Infectious Diseases (i.e., viruses and bacteria), which are considered a major public health problem (HIV-1, Zika, Dengue, malaria, etc.). In this chapter, the project developed for this purpose is presented, through the incorporation of advanced graphic technologies in a new 3D animation. This new didactic material has been made by the team of scientists, modelers and experts in 3D graphic technologies of the ULL Digital Design and Manufacturing Laboratory (SciArt3D-FabLabULL), a team of scientists and experts in 3D graphic technologies from the ULL Digital Design and Manufacturing Laboratory.