>>7850717 This. There would be a lot of vibration.
Also it's important to note that this looks extremely "thought out" and plotted. In reality, one bound region of the protein disconnects and is free to flail around and vibrate, etc. until its charge properties align to the correct, corresponding region. In biophysics, statistics are used to describe binding events like this. Other molecules such as adenosines (primarily), guanosines, and cytosines would also be discrete and we would witness phosphorylation/hydrolysis events. It's a cool gif though for sure. I wish they had one with inch-worm motion. I much prefer that theory of kinesin movement.
>>7850894 You know it is kinda weird that more people haven't thought about what proteins and other large molecules look like (their color). Maybe the computations to figure this out is too much for modern computers?
I know that we can figure out how some usual molecules look like based on the wavelength of light that they can reflect, but you can have colorless objects reflect light by arranging them in a certain structure. For example if you look at snow that's at a certain angle you'll see it is blue, and at most angles it is white. (and it's pure snow it's not been contaminated or anything)
So in the same way, even if a protein might be colorless or say reflect on certain wavelengths, maybe once it binds to something it becomes part of a structure and the entire thing now shines with a different color, or maybe even a pattern of colors.
>>7851019 for me it's more than that, it's life. This thing is not programed, it's fucking organic. I'm pretty sure this nanolife have a certain degree of psychee. This is the futur of programming. We will be able to create nanostructure by manipulation of atoms.
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