I was just doing a CME activity and the lecturer had the most unintentionally hilarious slides that I had ever seen. He had clearly drawn on some of the slides, but it all just looked like freehand scribbles. Basically, it look like something my preschooler would have done, except maybe not quite as good.
Here is a sample of a slide, just so you don't think I am exaggerating:
What do those scribbles signify, exactly?
The scribbles are labeled as Synovial Fluid Hyaluronan (HA). It's an ECM protein that helps with the lubrication/pressure/joint space... Makes sense if you know the subject.ReplyDelete
*Rather, huge carbohydrate chains attached to proteins.Delete
Slides are rather unprofessional though. Doesn't take long to grab a figure from a recent review article!
I know it's labeled. I just meant why is it a big scribble?Delete
Do we know that it doesn't actually look something like that?Delete
It's a pretty good representation of what my head feels like when my RA pain is worse than normal.ReplyDelete
Proteins, giant scribbles are always proteins. The dynamicity of their structure and large size relative to other biomolecules makes drawing scribbles acceptable in my mind.ReplyDelete
I know this lecture and love it! Is it online?ReplyDelete
It reminds me of etch a sketch. Does anyone remember that game?ReplyDelete
That his pen wasn't working so he had to scribble on anything within reach to get the ink flowing again.ReplyDelete