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Rod-shaped bacteria (yellow) on household pin

Coloured scanning electron micrograph of rod shaped bacteria (yellow) on the head of a household pin. at Microcosmos - Stock Image

T2 Bacteriophages attacking E. Coli virus.... lol looks like War of The Worlds

bacteriophage virus (seen in orange) attacking an Escherichia coli bacterium. Each phage consists of a large, DNA-containing head and a tail composed of a tube-like central sheath with several fibers.

2 Legionella pneumophila bacteria: It cause Legionnaires' disease. Rod-shaped Gram- negative bacilli with a single motile flagellum.  Legionella Bacteria 3D Model by tartino

2 Legionella pneumophila bacteria: It cause Legionnaires' disease. Rod-shaped Gram- negative bacilli with a single motile flagellum. Legionella Bacteria Model by tartino

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus Bacteria (MRSA), several dividing by fission. SEM

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus Bacteria (MRSA), several dividing by fission.

GcMAF: The Secret Key to Restoring Your Immune SystemOf the several hundred supplements and medications I have tried over the course of my six-year journey to treat Lyme disease, I have found only a dozen or so products to be extremely beneficial. Gc…

The bacteria appear pink. The macrophage (appearing blue) is stretching out and engulfing them. Macrophages are a type of white blood cell which destroy non self bodies within us.

Epitelio Cilíndrico Ciliado Seudoestratificado con Células Caliciformes aka Epitelio Respiratorio.

Respuratory System Histology : Main Pathways Treachea left- right Bronches; Colored SEM of a section through the trachea: The lining consists of mucus-secreting goblet cells (center, pink) and epithelial cells (vertical) that are covered in cilia.

Smallpox (Variola) virus particles: each particle consists of genetic material (DNA - red) enclosed by a protein capsid (yellow)

As pretty as a picture (but a lot more deadly): Killer diseases as you've never seen them before

Smallpox (Variola) virus particles: each particle consists of genetic material (DNA - red) enclosed by a protein capsid (yellow)

“The Black Death” usually invokes mental images of tolling church bells, doctors with beak-shaped masks, necrotic tissue, grave diggers, and the Middle Ages - but that’s far from the whole story.    Meet Yersinia pestis: A Gram-negative, rod-shaped bacterium pictured here (in green) using scanning electron micrography on proventricular spines of a Xenopsylla cheopis flea (in purple). Yersinia pestis, which can infect most small mammals - cats, rats, dogs, and humans among them ...

Bubonic plague bacteria (yellow) on part of the digestive system in a rat flea (purple). Credit: B. Joseph Hinnebusch, Elizabeth Fischer and Austin Athman, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health.

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