FLASH is a fluorescent molecule that can be used to label proteins in living cells (Griffin et al., Science 281:269 (1998)). The image shows FLASH in the ball-and-stick representation colored by element: carbon atoms are gray, oxygen atoms are red, sulfur atoms are yellow, and arsenic atoms are cyan. A surface with 40% transparency is shown, and has been clipped in front using the Side View. The surface attribute "vertex density" and the viewing effect "subdivision quality" have been increased tenfold from their default values to increase the smoothness of the surface and balls, respectively.
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