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Image:ParM.gif|'''End-on view of the atomic model of the bacterial actinlike ParM protein double-helical filament, generated from an electron microscopic reconstruction.''' [http://www.sciencemag.org/content/338/6112.toc A Bipolar Spindle of Antiparallel ParM Filaments Drives Bacterial Plasmid Segregation].
 
Image:Proteins_08010_c1_sp_Ob.png|'''A dynamic model of long-range conformational adaptations triggered by nucleotide binding in GroEL-GroES''' [http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/prot.24113  Proteins, Volume 80, Issue 10, 2012].
 
Image:Proteins_08010_c1_sp_Ob.png|'''A dynamic model of long-range conformational adaptations triggered by nucleotide binding in GroEL-GroES''' [http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/prot.24113  Proteins, Volume 80, Issue 10, 2012].
 
Image:PNASCover.gif|Image of two short stretches of double-stranded DNA linked by a ruthenium 'light-switch complex', October 25, 2011; 108 (43) [[http://www.pnas.org/content/108/43.cover-expansion]]
 
Image:PNASCover.gif|Image of two short stretches of double-stranded DNA linked by a ruthenium 'light-switch complex', October 25, 2011; 108 (43) [[http://www.pnas.org/content/108/43.cover-expansion]]

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PyMOL-created Journal Covers

Part of PyMOL's popularity comes from the fact that it is very flexible and it offers arbitrarily high-resolution images as output; this make it a great tool for making journal covers or any press-related images.

Here are some of the known PyMOL-created Journal Covers. There are surely more out there. If you have a cover you'd like to add, feel free.