Is human anatomy atlas free?

Is human anatomy atlas free?

The Visible Body Learn Site is a free introduction to each human body system. The Learn Site presents anatomy & physiology in a way that’s easy to digest, complete with illustrations and 3D animations that explain basic human biology concepts.

What is a anatomical atlas?

The atlas is the topmost vertebra and, with the axis (the vertebra below it), forms the joint connecting the skull and spine. The atlas and axis are specialized to allow a greater range of motion than normal vertebrae. They are responsible for the nodding and rotation movements of the head.

What is human atlas?

The project will collate and integrate molecular information on human tissues and organs that currently lie hidden in research articles.

How can I get Kenhub for free?

To access Kenhub for free, you will need to register for an account at www.kenhub.com. This only takes 30 seconds to do, and allows you instant access to our full length content and learning strategy articles, HD color atlas, and video and quiz samples. You’ll also get a completely FREE anatomy study guide eBook!

Is Kenhub good for anatomy?

Kenhub is good for anatomy and histology only. It’s not comprehensive enough to cover all the major subjects that make up the USMLE.

What is the Atlas app?

ti Mobile for Android. Now you can perform essential project tasks wherever you go using ATLASti Mobile for Android™. Record interviews and analyze data with the touch of a finger, and access your QDA work at your convenience.

How many proteins are expressed in humans?

In humans, up to ten different proteins can be traced to a single gene. Proteome: It is now estimated that the human body contains between 80,000 and 400,000 proteins. However, they aren’t all produced by all the body’s cells at any given time. Cells have different proteomes depending on their cell type.

How do you use protein atlas?

How to Use the Tissue Atlas

  1. Find your protein.
  2. View the RNA and protein expression summary.
  3. Explore all staining images.
  4. Primary data section with stainings from 44 tissues.
  5. View stainings from extended tissue profiling.
  6. Get details of RNA expression.
  7. Find the antigen position on the target gene.