Check out the latest cover of Cell Metabolism – another great illustration project working with our clients at Princeton University. This one resulted in some pretty unique watercolor art in a "storybook" style.
"On the cover: Given growing health concerns of the effects of sugar (fructose) on metabolic disease, Jang et al. (pp. 351–361) track the fate of glucose and fructose carbons in vivo and show that, contrary to common belief, most dietary fructose is cleared by the small intestine rather than the liver. Higher doses of fructose eventually spill over to the liver to be metabolized. The cover image captures the concept of the small intestine acting as a shield to protect the liver from fructose. Illustration provided by Jeremy Guay of Peregrine Creative, LLC."
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