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Stock Photo #824R-2489, PNEUMOCOCCUS Scan electron micrography.
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PNEUMOCOCCUS Scan electron micrography.
Stock Photo #824-54158, CLOSTRIDIUM PERFRIGENS. CLOSTRIDIUM PERFRIGENS Scan electron micrography. 10 000x.
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CLOSTRIDIUM PERFRIGENS. CLOSTRIDIUM PERFRIGENS Scan electron micrography. 10 000x.
Stock Photo #824-102635, LISTERIA. LISTERIA Scan electron micrography. Listeria monocytogène.
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LISTERIA. LISTERIA Scan electron micrography. Listeria monocytogène.
Stock Photo #4297-1853, RSV is the most common cause of bronchiolitis and pneumonia among infants and children under 1 year of age. The majority of children hospitalized for RSV infection are under 6 months of age
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RSV is the most common cause of bronchiolitis and pneumonia among infants and children under 1 year of age. The majority of c...
RSV is the most common cause of bronchiolitis and pneumonia among infants and children under 1 year of age. The majority of children hospitalized for RSV infection are under 6 months of age
Stock Photo #824-104483, POLIOMYELITIS. POLIOMYELITIS Pontine histopathology due to the affects of poliomyelitis. Photomicrograph of the pons at the level of the CN VI nucleus, (Abducens N.), from a patient with Type III poliomyelitis.
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POLIOMYELITIS. POLIOMYELITIS Pontine histopathology due to the affects of poliomyelitis. Photomicrograph of the pons at the l...
POLIOMYELITIS. POLIOMYELITIS Pontine histopathology due to the affects of poliomyelitis. Photomicrograph of the pons at the level of the CN VI nucleus, (Abducens N.), from a patient with Type III poliomyelitis.
Stock Photo #824-18141, AIDS VIRUS INFECTION, TEM. HIV virus burgeonning from the membrane of a cell colorized TEM.
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AIDS VIRUS INFECTION, TEM. HIV virus burgeonning from the membrane of a cell colorized TEM.
Stock Photo #4297-1137, SEM image of a flea head
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SEM image of a flea head
Stock Photo #824-75219, AVIAN INFLUENZA VIRUS. AVIAN INFLUENZA VIRUS Influenza virus H5N1 _ Orthomyxovirus _ Influenza virus. Influenza virus H5N1 avian pest or avian flu is the cause of a severe infectious and contagious respiratory disease. Image made according to a view under transmission electron microscope, viral diameter 100 nm.
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AVIAN INFLUENZA VIRUS. AVIAN INFLUENZA VIRUS Influenza virus H5N1 _ Orthomyxovirus _ Influenza virus. Influenza virus H5N1 av...
AVIAN INFLUENZA VIRUS. AVIAN INFLUENZA VIRUS Influenza virus H5N1 _ Orthomyxovirus _ Influenza virus. Influenza virus H5N1 avian pest or avian flu is the cause of a severe infectious and contagious respiratory disease. Image made according to a view under transmission electron microscope, viral diameter 100 nm.
Stock Photo #824-64499, MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS. MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS Micrococcus luteus, scanning electron micrograph colorized SEM, x 21 930 Micrococcus luteus is Gram_positive coccus, strict aerobe, usually present under the form of diplococci pairs, tetrads four and sarcinas eight. This bacterium is a saprotroph feeding on decaying organic matter and not pathogenic for mankind except for immunocompromised persons affected by AIDS. Micrococcus luteus regrouping the old species Micrococcus flavus, Sarcina lutea and Sarcina
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MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS. MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS Micrococcus luteus, scanning electron micrograph colorized SEM, x 21 930 Micrococcus l...
MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS. MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS Micrococcus luteus, scanning electron micrograph colorized SEM, x 21 930 Micrococcus luteus is Gram_positive coccus, strict aerobe, usually present under the form of diplococci pairs, tetrads four and sarcinas eight. This bacterium is a saprotroph feeding on decaying organic matter and not pathogenic for mankind except for immunocompromised persons affected by AIDS. Micrococcus luteus regrouping the old species Micrococcus flavus, Sarcina lutea and Sarcina
Stock Photo #824-26527, POLLEN. POLLEN Birch pollen, viewed under SEM.
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POLLEN. POLLEN Birch pollen, viewed under SEM.
Stock Photo #824-81402, MEGACARYOCYTE IN BONE MARROW. MEGACARYOCYTE IN BONE MARROW Basophile megacaryocyte tissue.
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MEGACARYOCYTE IN BONE MARROW. MEGACARYOCYTE IN BONE MARROW Basophile megacaryocyte tissue.
Stock Photo #4297-1008, Colorized scanning electron microscope image of morning glory pollen. The pollen has been acetolyzed to remove cytoplasm and pollenkit in order to reveal the intricate wall structure. This image shows a single large grain of heavenly blue morning glory pollen. Heavenly blue morning glory - Order: Solanales Family: Convolvulaceae (morning glory) family, Ipomea purpurea
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Colorized scanning electron microscope image of morning glory pollen. The pollen has been acetolyzed to remove cytoplasm and ...
Colorized scanning electron microscope image of morning glory pollen. The pollen has been acetolyzed to remove cytoplasm and pollenkit in order to reveal the intricate wall structure. This image shows a single large grain of heavenly blue morning glory pollen. Heavenly blue morning glory - Order: Solanales Family: Convolvulaceae (morning glory) family, Ipomea purpurea
Stock Photo #824-18375, TRICHOMONAS VAGINALIS. TRICHOMONAS VAGINALIS Trichomonas vaginalis optical microscopy, x 600. Parasite responsible for sexually transmitted diseases vaginitis, urethritis, trichomoniasis.
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TRICHOMONAS VAGINALIS. TRICHOMONAS VAGINALIS Trichomonas vaginalis optical microscopy, x 600. Parasite responsible for sexual...
TRICHOMONAS VAGINALIS. TRICHOMONAS VAGINALIS Trichomonas vaginalis optical microscopy, x 600. Parasite responsible for sexually transmitted diseases vaginitis, urethritis, trichomoniasis.
Stock Photo #824-61487, RED BLOOD CORPUSCLE. RED BLOOD CORPUSCLE Red blood cells, or corpuscles, play a crucial role in the transportation of hemoglobin, bringing oxygen to tissues. These round cells measure 7 micrometers in diameter, are shaped like biconcave disks and exhibit an elasticity and deformability allowing them to move through the smallest capillaries. Red blood cells are produced by erythroblasts and live in the blood stream for about 120 days. At the end of their life, they are destroyed by macrophage
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RED BLOOD CORPUSCLE. RED BLOOD CORPUSCLE Red blood cells, or corpuscles, play a crucial role in the transportation of hemoglo...
RED BLOOD CORPUSCLE. RED BLOOD CORPUSCLE Red blood cells, or corpuscles, play a crucial role in the transportation of hemoglobin, bringing oxygen to tissues. These round cells measure 7 micrometers in diameter, are shaped like biconcave disks and exhibit an elasticity and deformability allowing them to move through the smallest capillaries. Red blood cells are produced by erythroblasts and live in the blood stream for about 120 days. At the end of their life, they are destroyed by macrophage
Stock Photo #824-48960, VEIN, SEM. VEIN, SEM Normal vein.
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VEIN, SEM. VEIN, SEM Normal vein.
Stock Photo #4187-37225, Endocarditis Caused by Candida Albicans. Histopathologic changes indicative of endocarditis caused by the fungus Candida albicans.
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Endocarditis Caused by Candida Albicans. Histopathologic changes indicative of endocarditis caused by the fungus Candida albi...
Endocarditis Caused by Candida Albicans. Histopathologic changes indicative of endocarditis caused by the fungus Candida albicans.
Stock Photo #1829-8370, Close-Up of Human Head Louse
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Close-Up of Human Head Louse
Stock Photo #824-45258, MICROSCOPE. MICROSCOPE Photo essay from laboratory. Cytologic examination of urine. Malassez cell for the count of elements present in the urine sample cells, cylinders under microscope.
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MICROSCOPE. MICROSCOPE Photo essay from laboratory. Cytologic examination of urine. Malassez cell for the count of elements p...
MICROSCOPE. MICROSCOPE Photo essay from laboratory. Cytologic examination of urine. Malassez cell for the count of elements present in the urine sample cells, cylinders under microscope.
Stock Photo #824-91351, SHIGELLA SONNEI
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SHIGELLA SONNEI
Stock Photo #824-54159, CLOSTRIDIUM PERFRIGENS. CLOSTRIDIUM PERFRIGENS Scan electron micrography. 10 000x.
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CLOSTRIDIUM PERFRIGENS. CLOSTRIDIUM PERFRIGENS Scan electron micrography. 10 000x.
Stock Photo #824-26039, YELLOW FEVER VIRUS. YELLOW FEVER VIRUS An electron micrograph of Yellow Fever Virus virions. Virions are spheroidal, uniform in shape and are 40-60nm in diameter. The name ´Yellow Fever´ is due to the ensuing jaundice that affects some patients. The vector is the Aedes aegypti or Haemagogus spp. mosquito.
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YELLOW FEVER VIRUS. YELLOW FEVER VIRUS An electron micrograph of Yellow Fever Virus virions. Virions are spheroidal, uniform ...
YELLOW FEVER VIRUS. YELLOW FEVER VIRUS An electron micrograph of Yellow Fever Virus virions. Virions are spheroidal, uniform in shape and are 40-60nm in diameter. The name ´Yellow Fever´ is due to the ensuing jaundice that affects some patients. The vector is the Aedes aegypti or Haemagogus spp. mosquito.
Stock Photo #824-26038, NORWALK VIRUS. NORWALK VIRUS An electron micrograph of the Norwalk Virus, with 27-32nm-sized viral particles. Norwalk viruses (and related caliciviruses) are important causes of nonbacterial gastroenteritis in the United States. An estimated 181,000 cases of this type of food poisoning occur annually.
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NORWALK VIRUS. NORWALK VIRUS An electron micrograph of the Norwalk Virus, with 27-32nm-sized viral particles. Norwalk viruses...
NORWALK VIRUS. NORWALK VIRUS An electron micrograph of the Norwalk Virus, with 27-32nm-sized viral particles. Norwalk viruses (and related caliciviruses) are important causes of nonbacterial gastroenteritis in the United States. An estimated 181,000 cases of this type of food poisoning occur annually.
Stock Photo #4297-1434, Images of the newly identified H1N1 influenza virus taken in the CDC Influenza Laboratory. This preliminary negative stained transmission electron micrograph shows some of the ultrastructural morphology of the A/CA/4/09 swine flu virus
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Images of the newly identified H1N1 influenza virus taken in the CDC Influenza Laboratory. This preliminary negative stained ...
Images of the newly identified H1N1 influenza virus taken in the CDC Influenza Laboratory. This preliminary negative stained transmission electron micrograph shows some of the ultrastructural morphology of the A/CA/4/09 swine flu virus
Stock Photo #4297-1458, Scanning photomicrograph of clustered Gram-negative Salmonella typhimurium bacteria at a high magnification of 12000X
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Scanning photomicrograph of clustered Gram-negative Salmonella typhimurium bacteria at a high magnification of 12000X
Stock Photo #824-73543, MUMPS VIRUS. MUMPS VIRUS Electron micrograph of the Mumps virus. The mumps virus is a member of the family of Paramyxoviridae, and is enveloped by a helical ribonucleic-protein capsid, which has a herring-bone-like appearance.
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MUMPS VIRUS. MUMPS VIRUS Electron micrograph of the Mumps virus. The mumps virus is a member of the family of Paramyxoviridae...
MUMPS VIRUS. MUMPS VIRUS Electron micrograph of the Mumps virus. The mumps virus is a member of the family of Paramyxoviridae, and is enveloped by a helical ribonucleic-protein capsid, which has a herring-bone-like appearance.
Stock Photo #1647R-97375, Pink Triangle with Pastel-Speckled Background
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Stock Photo #824-35393, HEPATITIS VIRUS, TEM. Hepatitis virus colorized TEM. The type of hepatitis virus is unknown. This transmission electron micrograph TEM revealed numerous hepatitis virions, of an unknown strain of the organism. In the United States, viral hepatitis is an important public health problem because it causes serious illness, it affects millions, and it has a close connection with HIV. There are five identified types of viral hepatitis and each one is caused by a different virus. In the United States,
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HEPATITIS VIRUS, TEM. Hepatitis virus colorized TEM. The type of hepatitis virus is unknown. This transmission electron micro...
HEPATITIS VIRUS, TEM. Hepatitis virus colorized TEM. The type of hepatitis virus is unknown. This transmission electron micrograph TEM revealed numerous hepatitis virions, of an unknown strain of the organism. In the United States, viral hepatitis is an important public health problem because it causes serious illness, it affects millions, and it has a close connection with HIV. There are five identified types of viral hepatitis and each one is caused by a different virus. In the United States,
Stock Photo #824-59344, REOVIRUS. REOVIRUS Transmission electron micrograph of reovirus type 3. Both inner and outer capsid shells are present. Some virions are penetrated by negative stain.
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REOVIRUS. REOVIRUS Transmission electron micrograph of reovirus type 3. Both inner and outer capsid shells are present. Some ...
REOVIRUS. REOVIRUS Transmission electron micrograph of reovirus type 3. Both inner and outer capsid shells are present. Some virions are penetrated by negative stain.
Stock Photo #824-99045, ASPERGILLUS NIGER. ASPERGILLUS NIGER SEM 940x.
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ASPERGILLUS NIGER. ASPERGILLUS NIGER SEM 940x.
Stock Photo #824-63905, VIBRIO VULNIFICUS. VIBRIO VULNIFICUS This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicts a flagellated Vibrio vulnificus bacterium, Mag. 13184x. Vibrio vulnificus is a bacterium in the same family as those that cause cholera. It normally lives in warm seawater and is part of a group of vibrios that are called ´halophilic´ because they require salt. V. vulnificus can cause disease in those who eat contaminated seafood or have an open wound that is exposed to contaminated seawater. Among healthy p
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VIBRIO VULNIFICUS. VIBRIO VULNIFICUS This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicts a flagellated Vibrio vulnificus bacteriu...
VIBRIO VULNIFICUS. VIBRIO VULNIFICUS This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicts a flagellated Vibrio vulnificus bacterium, Mag. 13184x. Vibrio vulnificus is a bacterium in the same family as those that cause cholera. It normally lives in warm seawater and is part of a group of vibrios that are called ´halophilic´ because they require salt. V. vulnificus can cause disease in those who eat contaminated seafood or have an open wound that is exposed to contaminated seawater. Among healthy p
Stock Photo #824-58659, MICROSPORUM CANIS
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Stock Photo #824-35957, MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS. MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS Koch’s bacilli Mycobacterium tuberculosis, responsible for tuberculosis. Image made according to a view under optical microscope.
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MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS. MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS Koch’s bacilli Mycobacterium tuberculosis, responsible for tuberculosi...
MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS. MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS Koch’s bacilli Mycobacterium tuberculosis, responsible for tuberculosis. Image made according to a view under optical microscope.
Stock Photo #4298-1067, Gypsum crystals, polarized. Magnification 40x
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Gypsum crystals, polarized. Magnification 40x
Stock Photo #824-24866, AIDS VIRUS INFECTION, SEM. HIV_1 virus budding from cultured lymphocyte colorized SEM.
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AIDS VIRUS INFECTION, SEM. HIV_1 virus budding from cultured lymphocyte colorized SEM.
Stock Photo #4297-1416, TEM image showing the presence of both the human T-cell leukemia type-1 virus (HTLV-1) and the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
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TEM image showing the presence of both the human T-cell leukemia type-1 virus (HTLV-1) and the human immunodeficiency virus (...
TEM image showing the presence of both the human T-cell leukemia type-1 virus (HTLV-1) and the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
Stock Photo #824-72344, CANCER RESEARCH. CANCER RESEARCH Marie Curie Research Institute in Immunology. Photos taken during day open to the public.
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CANCER RESEARCH. CANCER RESEARCH Marie Curie Research Institute in Immunology. Photos taken during day open to the public.
Stock Photo #824-18116, Highly enlarged scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the details exhibited by of number of red blood cells found enmeshed in a fibrinous matrix on the luminal surface of an indwelling vascular catheter, Magnified 11397x.
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Highly enlarged scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the details exhibited by of number of red blood cells found enmeshed in...
Highly enlarged scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the details exhibited by of number of red blood cells found enmeshed in a fibrinous matrix on the luminal surface of an indwelling vascular catheter, Magnified 11397x.
Stock Photo #824-42551, PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM MALARIA. PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM MALARIA Malaria is a tropical disease caused by a parasite, a Haematospronia protozoa that lives in the red cells of animals. Malaria is transmitted to humans and other animals by the bite of infected female anopheline mosquitoes. Once inside the body, the parasite attacks the liver and red cells, inducing hemolysis. Symptoms of malaria are high-grade fever, abundant cold sweating, and extreme tiredness. Quinine is administered for prophyla
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PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM MALARIA. PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM MALARIA Malaria is a tropical disease caused by a parasite, a Haematospr...
PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM MALARIA. PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM MALARIA Malaria is a tropical disease caused by a parasite, a Haematospronia protozoa that lives in the red cells of animals. Malaria is transmitted to humans and other animals by the bite of infected female anopheline mosquitoes. Once inside the body, the parasite attacks the liver and red cells, inducing hemolysis. Symptoms of malaria are high-grade fever, abundant cold sweating, and extreme tiredness. Quinine is administered for prophyla
Stock Photo #824-102103, EYE SURGERY. EYE SURGERY LASIK surgery for shortsightedness. Eye surgery using the LASIK laser is performed in two stages: first a microkeratome is used to shave a thin flap off the cornea. An excimer laser is then used to treat the center of the cornea and the flap is repositioned, bonding to the rest of the cornea without the need for stitches. Here, drying of the cornea before the laser treatment.
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EYE SURGERY. EYE SURGERY LASIK surgery for shortsightedness. Eye surgery using the LASIK laser is performed in two stages: fi...
EYE SURGERY. EYE SURGERY LASIK surgery for shortsightedness. Eye surgery using the LASIK laser is performed in two stages: first a microkeratome is used to shave a thin flap off the cornea. An excimer laser is then used to treat the center of the cornea and the flap is repositioned, bonding to the rest of the cornea without the need for stitches. Here, drying of the cornea before the laser treatment.
Stock Photo #824-42555, GIARDIA LAMBLIA. GIARDIA LAMBLIA Giardia lamblia trophozoite, colorized SEM. Giardia lamblia also named Giardia intestinalis is a flagellate protozoa, strict anaerobe, parasite of the intestine in mankind and numerous mammals. It transmits giardiasis. Giardia lamblia Giardia Hexamitidae Diplomonadida Mastigophora Sarcomastigophora Protozoan Protista. This scanning electron micrograph SEM revealed some of the external ultrastructural details displayed by a flagellated Giardia lamblia proto
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GIARDIA LAMBLIA. GIARDIA LAMBLIA Giardia lamblia trophozoite, colorized SEM. Giardia lamblia also named Giardia intestinalis ...
GIARDIA LAMBLIA. GIARDIA LAMBLIA Giardia lamblia trophozoite, colorized SEM. Giardia lamblia also named Giardia intestinalis is a flagellate protozoa, strict anaerobe, parasite of the intestine in mankind and numerous mammals. It transmits giardiasis. Giardia lamblia Giardia Hexamitidae Diplomonadida Mastigophora Sarcomastigophora Protozoan Protista. This scanning electron micrograph SEM revealed some of the external ultrastructural details displayed by a flagellated Giardia lamblia proto
Stock Photo #4297-1263, Scanning electron microscopic image of a pollen grain of a Lily
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Scanning electron microscopic image of a pollen grain of a Lily
Stock Photo #824-60325, CLOSTRIDIUM BOTULINUM. CLOSTRIDIUM BOTULINUM Scan electron micrography. 15 000x.
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CLOSTRIDIUM BOTULINUM. CLOSTRIDIUM BOTULINUM Scan electron micrography. 15 000x.
Stock Photo #824-39991, ARTHRODERMAGRUBYI. ARTHRODERMAGRUBYI ThismicrographrevealsspiralsandmacroconidiafromtheedgeofanimmaturecleistotheciumoftheArthrodermagrubyifungus ManyArthrodermaspp offungiarecoprophilous,ordung-inhabiting,andarecommonlyassociatedwithvertebrateanimalsasskinparasites,livingoffdiscardedskinfragments,hairorfeathers
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ARTHRODERMAGRUBYI. ARTHRODERMAGRUBYI ThismicrographrevealsspiralsandmacroconidiafromtheedgeofanimmaturecleistotheciumoftheArt...
ARTHRODERMAGRUBYI. ARTHRODERMAGRUBYI ThismicrographrevealsspiralsandmacroconidiafromtheedgeofanimmaturecleistotheciumoftheArthrodermagrubyifungus ManyArthrodermaspp offungiarecoprophilous,ordung-inhabiting,andarecommonlyassociatedwithvertebrateanimalsasskinparasites,livingoffdiscardedskinfragments,hairorfeathers
Stock Photo #824-127298, Reportage in the Medically Assisted Procreation (MAP) service in Antoine-Béclère hospital in France. IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation). Analysing sperm.
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Reportage in the Medically Assisted Procreation (MAP) service in Antoine-Béclère hospital in France. IVF (In Vitro Fertilisat...
Reportage in the Medically Assisted Procreation (MAP) service in Antoine-Béclère hospital in France. IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation). Analysing sperm.
Stock Photo #824-105881, RABBIT LENS, SEM. RABBIT LENS, SEM Crystallin fibers of a rabbit eye. SEM x 3000.
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RABBIT LENS, SEM. RABBIT LENS, SEM Crystallin fibers of a rabbit eye. SEM x 3000.
Stock Photo #824-31631, STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS. STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteria. This scanning electron micrograph depicts a grouping of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteria. These S. aureus bacteria are methicillin-resistant, and are from one of the first isolates in the U.S. that showed increased resistance to vancomycin as well. Note the increase in cell wall material seen as clumps on the organisms’ surface.
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STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS. STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteria. This scanning elect...
STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS. STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteria. This scanning electron micrograph depicts a grouping of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteria. These S. aureus bacteria are methicillin-resistant, and are from one of the first isolates in the U.S. that showed increased resistance to vancomycin as well. Note the increase in cell wall material seen as clumps on the organisms’ surface.
Stock Photo #4297-1420, Scanning electron micrograph of HIV-1 budding from cultured lymphocyte. Multiple round bumps on cell surface represent sites of assembly and budding of virions
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Scanning electron micrograph of HIV-1 budding from cultured lymphocyte. Multiple round bumps on cell surface represent sites ...
Scanning electron micrograph of HIV-1 budding from cultured lymphocyte. Multiple round bumps on cell surface represent sites of assembly and budding of virions
Stock Photo #824-92545, PICORNAVIRUS. PICORNAVIRUS Picornavirus, RNA virus, including rhinoviruses and enteroviruses, responsible for common colds and gastroenterites, and aphthoviruses transmitting foot_and_mouth disease _ Image made according to a view under transmission electron microscope, viral diameter 30 to 40 nm.
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PICORNAVIRUS. PICORNAVIRUS Picornavirus, RNA virus, including rhinoviruses and enteroviruses, responsible for common colds an...
PICORNAVIRUS. PICORNAVIRUS Picornavirus, RNA virus, including rhinoviruses and enteroviruses, responsible for common colds and gastroenterites, and aphthoviruses transmitting foot_and_mouth disease _ Image made according to a view under transmission electron microscope, viral diameter 30 to 40 nm.
Stock Photo #824-124136, Bunyavirus. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 100 nm.
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Bunyavirus. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy....
Bunyavirus. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 100 nm.
Stock Photo #824-31021, RABIES VIRUS. RABIES VIRUS This electron micrograph shows the rabies virus, as well as Negri bodies, or cellular inclusions.
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RABIES VIRUS. RABIES VIRUS This electron micrograph shows the rabies virus, as well as Negri bodies, or cellular inclusions.
Stock Photo #824-41933, MELON,SEM. MELON,SEM Thiselectronmicrographrevealsthedetailsofthetexturedsurfacefoundonahoneydewmelon,Cucumismelo Thetexturedsurfaceonfruitsandvegetablessuchastheoneseenhereonthishoneydewmelon,Cucumismelo,actsasasafehavenformicroscopicpathogenicbacteriasuchasSalmonellaspp andShigellaspp
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MELON,SEM. MELON,SEM Thiselectronmicrographrevealsthedetailsofthetexturedsurfacefoundonahoneydewmelon,Cucumismelo Thetextured...
MELON,SEM. MELON,SEM Thiselectronmicrographrevealsthedetailsofthetexturedsurfacefoundonahoneydewmelon,Cucumismelo Thetexturedsurfaceonfruitsandvegetablessuchastheoneseenhereonthishoneydewmelon,Cucumismelo,actsasasafehavenformicroscopicpathogenicbacteriasuchasSalmonellaspp andShigellaspp
Stock Photo #824-77725, ANOPHELES GAMBIAE, SEM. Anopheles gambiae anterior view, colorized SEM, x 114. Are clearly visible : the compound eyes constituted of ommatidia, the antennas, the proboscis and the maxillary palps. Anopheles gambiae is one of the vectors of malaria and elephantiasis. Anopheles gambiae Anopheles Mosquito Culicid Diptera Insect Arthropod. At a magnification of 114x, this scanning electron micrograph SEM revealed some of the morphologic features displayed on the exoskeletal surface of an Anop
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ANOPHELES GAMBIAE, SEM. Anopheles gambiae anterior view, colorized SEM, x 114. Are clearly visible : the compound eyes consti...
ANOPHELES GAMBIAE, SEM. Anopheles gambiae anterior view, colorized SEM, x 114. Are clearly visible : the compound eyes constituted of ommatidia, the antennas, the proboscis and the maxillary palps. Anopheles gambiae is one of the vectors of malaria and elephantiasis. Anopheles gambiae Anopheles Mosquito Culicid Diptera Insect Arthropod. At a magnification of 114x, this scanning electron micrograph SEM revealed some of the morphologic features displayed on the exoskeletal surface of an Anop
Stock Photo #824-29133, STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE. STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE Scanning Electron Micrograph of Streptococcus pneumoniae.
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STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE. STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE Scanning Electron Micrograph of Streptococcus pneumoniae.
Stock Photo #824-37266, VARICELLA HERPES ZOSTER VIRUS. VARICELLA HERPES ZOSTER VIRUS Electron micrograph of a Varicella (Chickenpox) Virus. Varicella or Chickenpox, is an infectious disease caused by the varicella-zoster virus, which results in a blister-like rash, itching, tiredness and fever.
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VARICELLA HERPES ZOSTER VIRUS. VARICELLA HERPES ZOSTER VIRUS Electron micrograph of a Varicella (Chickenpox) Virus. Varicella...
VARICELLA HERPES ZOSTER VIRUS. VARICELLA HERPES ZOSTER VIRUS Electron micrograph of a Varicella (Chickenpox) Virus. Varicella or Chickenpox, is an infectious disease caused by the varicella-zoster virus, which results in a blister-like rash, itching, tiredness and fever.
Stock Photo #824-123933, This negatively-stained transmission electron micrograph (TEM) captured some of the ultrastructural details exhibited by the new influenza A (H7N9) virus. On April 1, 2013, the World Health Organization (WHO) first reported 3 human infections with a new influenza A (H7N9) virus in China. Since then, additional cases have been reported. Most reported cases have severe respiratory illness and, in some cases, have died. At this time, no cases of H7N9 outside of China have been reported. The new H7N
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This negatively-stained transmission electron micrograph (TEM) captured some of the ultrastructural details exhibited by the ...
This negatively-stained transmission electron micrograph (TEM) captured some of the ultrastructural details exhibited by the new influenza A (H7N9) virus. On April 1, 2013, the World Health Organization (WHO) first reported 3 human infections with a new influenza A (H7N9) virus in China. Since then, additional cases have been reported. Most reported cases have severe respiratory illness and, in some cases, have died. At this time, no cases of H7N9 outside of China have been reported. The new H7N
Stock Photo #4297-1418, Scanning electron micrograph of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV-1) co-cultivated with human lymphocytes
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Scanning electron micrograph of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV-1) co-cultivated with human lymphocytes
Stock Photo #824-98494, HEPATITIS B VIRUS. HEPATITIS B VIRUS This electron micrograph reveals the presence of hepatitis-B virus HBV ´Dane particles´, or virions.The infective hepatitis-B (HBV), virions are also known as Dane particles. These particles measure 42nm in their overall diameter, and contain a DNA-based core that is 27nm in diameter.
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HEPATITIS B VIRUS. HEPATITIS B VIRUS This electron micrograph reveals the presence of hepatitis-B virus HBV ´Dane particles´,...
HEPATITIS B VIRUS. HEPATITIS B VIRUS This electron micrograph reveals the presence of hepatitis-B virus HBV ´Dane particles´, or virions.The infective hepatitis-B (HBV), virions are also known as Dane particles. These particles measure 42nm in their overall diameter, and contain a DNA-based core that is 27nm in diameter.
Stock Photo #824-23491, TSE TSE FLY, SEM. TSE TSE FLY, SEM SEM of Tse-tse fly (Glossina sp.).
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TSE TSE FLY, SEM. TSE TSE FLY, SEM SEM of Tse-tse fly (Glossina sp.).
Stock Photo #824-123934, Under a high magnification, this negatively-stained transmission electron micrograph (TEM) captured some of the ultrastructural details exhibited by the new influenza A (H7N9) virus. On April 1, 2013, the World Health Organization (WHO) first reported 3 human infections with a new influenza A (H7N9) virus in China. Since then, additional cases have been reported. Most reported cases have severe respiratory illness and, in some cases, have died. At this time, no cases of H7N9 outside of China hav
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Under a high magnification, this negatively-stained transmission electron micrograph (TEM) captured some of the ultrastructur...
Under a high magnification, this negatively-stained transmission electron micrograph (TEM) captured some of the ultrastructural details exhibited by the new influenza A (H7N9) virus. On April 1, 2013, the World Health Organization (WHO) first reported 3 human infections with a new influenza A (H7N9) virus in China. Since then, additional cases have been reported. Most reported cases have severe respiratory illness and, in some cases, have died. At this time, no cases of H7N9 outside of China hav
Stock Photo #824-59905, STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS. STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS Staphylococcus aureus in biofilm, coming from the inside of a permanent urinary catheter colorized SEM, x 2 363. A biofilm is a group of micro_organisms binding between themselves and at the surface through an adhesive matrix, that protect and make them extremely resistant. Staphylococcus aureus Staphylococcus Staphylococcaceae Bacillales Firmicutes Bacterium. This highly magnified electron micrograph depicted numbers of Staphylococcus aureus bac
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STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS. STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS Staphylococcus aureus in biofilm, coming from the inside of a permanent urinary ...
STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS. STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS Staphylococcus aureus in biofilm, coming from the inside of a permanent urinary catheter colorized SEM, x 2 363. A biofilm is a group of micro_organisms binding between themselves and at the surface through an adhesive matrix, that protect and make them extremely resistant. Staphylococcus aureus Staphylococcus Staphylococcaceae Bacillales Firmicutes Bacterium. This highly magnified electron micrograph depicted numbers of Staphylococcus aureus bac
Stock Photo #824-77481, CORONAVIRUS. CORONAVIRUS The coronaviruses owe their name to the the crown-like projections, visible under microscope, that encircle the capsid. The coronaviruses are responsible for respiratory ailments and gastro-enteritis. The virus responsible for SARS belongs to this family.
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CORONAVIRUS. CORONAVIRUS The coronaviruses owe their name to the the crown-like projections, visible under microscope, that e...
CORONAVIRUS. CORONAVIRUS The coronaviruses owe their name to the the crown-like projections, visible under microscope, that encircle the capsid. The coronaviruses are responsible for respiratory ailments and gastro-enteritis. The virus responsible for SARS belongs to this family.
Stock Photo #824-103337, FASCIOLA. FASCIOLA Fasciola hepatica.
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FASCIOLA. FASCIOLA Fasciola hepatica.
Stock Photo #824-103100, STREPTOCOCCUS PYOGENES. STREPTOCOCCUS PYOGENES Streptococci are potentially pathogenic Gram-positive micro-organisms growing in pairs or chains. They occur as normal hosts in man. Streptococci are divided into four groups, A, B, C and D, according to the antigenic properties of the polysaccharides on their surface. They are normally found in the human alimentary tract but can cause severe infection, including scarlet fever and erysipelas. SEM of Streptococcus A or Streptococcus pyogenes (300
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STREPTOCOCCUS PYOGENES. STREPTOCOCCUS PYOGENES Streptococci are potentially pathogenic Gram-positive micro-organisms growing ...
STREPTOCOCCUS PYOGENES. STREPTOCOCCUS PYOGENES Streptococci are potentially pathogenic Gram-positive micro-organisms growing in pairs or chains. They occur as normal hosts in man. Streptococci are divided into four groups, A, B, C and D, according to the antigenic properties of the polysaccharides on their surface. They are normally found in the human alimentary tract but can cause severe infection, including scarlet fever and erysipelas. SEM of Streptococcus A or Streptococcus pyogenes (300
Stock Photo #824-83042, ANALYSIS LABORATORY. ANALYSIS LABORATORY Photo essay from laboratory. Analytic laboratory from the Pierre_Boucher hospital in Longueuil, Quebec, Canada. Night shift. Laboratory technician recording exam results.
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ANALYSIS LABORATORY. ANALYSIS LABORATORY Photo essay from laboratory. Analytic laboratory from the Pierre_Boucher hospital in...
ANALYSIS LABORATORY. ANALYSIS LABORATORY Photo essay from laboratory. Analytic laboratory from the Pierre_Boucher hospital in Longueuil, Quebec, Canada. Night shift. Laboratory technician recording exam results.
Stock Photo #824-98495, HEPATITIS B VIRUS. HEPATITIS B VIRUS This electron micrograph reveals the presence of hepatitis-B virus HBV ´Dane particles´, or virions.The infective hepatitis-B (HBV), virions are also known as Dane particles. These particles measure 42nm in their overall diameter, and contain a DNA-based core that is 27nm in diameter.
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HEPATITIS B VIRUS. HEPATITIS B VIRUS This electron micrograph reveals the presence of hepatitis-B virus HBV ´Dane particles´,...
HEPATITIS B VIRUS. HEPATITIS B VIRUS This electron micrograph reveals the presence of hepatitis-B virus HBV ´Dane particles´, or virions.The infective hepatitis-B (HBV), virions are also known as Dane particles. These particles measure 42nm in their overall diameter, and contain a DNA-based core that is 27nm in diameter.
Stock Photo #824-62165, GIARDIA LAMBLIA. GIARDIA LAMBLIA Giardia lamblia trophozoite, colorized SEM. Giardia lamblia also named Giardia intestinalis is a flagellate protozoa, strict anaerobe, parasite of the intestine in mankind and numerous mammals. It transmits giardiasis. Giardia lamblia Giardia Hexamitidae Diplomonadida Mastigophora Sarcomastigophora Protozoan Protista. This scanning electron micrograph SEM revealed some of the external ultrastructural details displayed by a flagellated Giardia lamblia proto
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GIARDIA LAMBLIA. GIARDIA LAMBLIA Giardia lamblia trophozoite, colorized SEM. Giardia lamblia also named Giardia intestinalis ...
GIARDIA LAMBLIA. GIARDIA LAMBLIA Giardia lamblia trophozoite, colorized SEM. Giardia lamblia also named Giardia intestinalis is a flagellate protozoa, strict anaerobe, parasite of the intestine in mankind and numerous mammals. It transmits giardiasis. Giardia lamblia Giardia Hexamitidae Diplomonadida Mastigophora Sarcomastigophora Protozoan Protista. This scanning electron micrograph SEM revealed some of the external ultrastructural details displayed by a flagellated Giardia lamblia proto
Stock Photo #824-36641, ASCARIS. ASCARIS Roundworm eggs. Roundworms are parasitic intestinal worms which are the causative agent of ascariasis. Microscopic image (4OOX).
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ASCARIS. ASCARIS Roundworm eggs. Roundworms are parasitic intestinal worms which are the causative agent of ascariasis. Micro...
ASCARIS. ASCARIS Roundworm eggs. Roundworms are parasitic intestinal worms which are the causative agent of ascariasis. Microscopic image (4OOX).
Stock Photo #824-111651, LISTERIA. LISTERIA Listeria ivanovii. Scan electron micrography
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LISTERIA. LISTERIA Listeria ivanovii. Scan electron micrography
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Stock Photo #4297-1879, Light photomicrograph of a rat blood smear showing Trypanosoma lewisi parasites, using a Giemsa stain technique
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Light photomicrograph of a rat blood smear showing Trypanosoma lewisi parasites, using a Giemsa stain technique
Stock Photo #824-46461, DENTAL ENAMEL, SEM. DENTAL ENAMEL, SEM Enamel prisms viewed under SEM. Magnification: 1000x.
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DENTAL ENAMEL, SEM. DENTAL ENAMEL, SEM Enamel prisms viewed under SEM. Magnification: 1000x.
Stock Photo #4187-37200, Gram Stain of Anthrax Under a Microscope.
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Gram Stain of Anthrax Under a Microscope.
Stock Photo #824-124154, Hepatitis D virus (HDV). Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 35 nm.
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Hepatitis D virus (HDV). Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electro...
Hepatitis D virus (HDV). Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 35 nm.
Stock Photo #824-36680, PLANKTON, SEM. PLANKTON, SEM Areolae on centric diatoms viewed in valve view under SEM. Magnification: 15000x.
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PLANKTON, SEM. PLANKTON, SEM Areolae on centric diatoms viewed in valve view under SEM. Magnification: 15000x.
Stock Photo #824-127233, Reportage in the French National Police's Criminal Research Institute in Rosny-sous-Bois, France. Ballistics Department. Identifying a firearm through marks left on the bullet's firing pin.
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Reportage in the French National Police's Criminal Research Institute in Rosny-sous-Bois, France. Ballistics Department. Iden...
Reportage in the French National Police's Criminal Research Institute in Rosny-sous-Bois, France. Ballistics Department. Identifying a firearm through marks left on the bullet's firing pin.
Stock Photo #824-89520, SALMONELLA INFANTIS. SALMONELLA INFANTIS This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicts a number of rod-shaped, motile, Gram-negative Salmonella infantis bacteria, Magnification 2255x. Clinical features of ´Salmonellosis´ include fever, abdominal cramps, and diarrhea, which is sometimes bloody. Occasionally these bacteria can establish a localized infection such as septic arthritis, or can even progress to sepsis, which occurs due to the systemic spread of these pathogens. The etiologic age
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SALMONELLA INFANTIS. SALMONELLA INFANTIS This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicts a number of rod-shaped, motile, Gram...
SALMONELLA INFANTIS. SALMONELLA INFANTIS This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicts a number of rod-shaped, motile, Gram-negative Salmonella infantis bacteria, Magnification 2255x. Clinical features of ´Salmonellosis´ include fever, abdominal cramps, and diarrhea, which is sometimes bloody. Occasionally these bacteria can establish a localized infection such as septic arthritis, or can even progress to sepsis, which occurs due to the systemic spread of these pathogens. The etiologic age
Stock Photo #824-112474, MACHUPO VIRUS. MACHUPO VIRUS Electron photomicrograph of the Machupo Virus. Machupo Virus is a member of the Arenavirus family, isolated in the Beni province of Bolivia in 1963, It is the agent of Bolivian hemorrhagic fever.
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MACHUPO VIRUS. MACHUPO VIRUS Electron photomicrograph of the Machupo Virus. Machupo Virus is a member of the Arenavirus famil...
MACHUPO VIRUS. MACHUPO VIRUS Electron photomicrograph of the Machupo Virus. Machupo Virus is a member of the Arenavirus family, isolated in the Beni province of Bolivia in 1963, It is the agent of Bolivian hemorrhagic fever.
Stock Photo #4297-1012, Colorized scanning electron microscope image of dill pollen. The pollen has been acetolyzed to remove cytoplasm and pollenkit in order to reveal the intricate wall structure. This image shows a single grain of dill pollen. Family: Apiaceae, Anethum graveolens
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Colorized scanning electron microscope image of dill pollen. The pollen has been acetolyzed to remove cytoplasm and pollenkit...
Colorized scanning electron microscope image of dill pollen. The pollen has been acetolyzed to remove cytoplasm and pollenkit in order to reveal the intricate wall structure. This image shows a single grain of dill pollen. Family: Apiaceae, Anethum graveolens
Stock Photo #824-71671, MARBURG VIRUS. MARBURG VIRUS Electron micrograph of the Marburg virus. Marburg virus, first recognized in 1967, causes a severe type of hemorrhagic fever, which affects humans, as well as non-human primates.
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MARBURG VIRUS. MARBURG VIRUS Electron micrograph of the Marburg virus. Marburg virus, first recognized in 1967, causes a seve...
MARBURG VIRUS. MARBURG VIRUS Electron micrograph of the Marburg virus. Marburg virus, first recognized in 1967, causes a severe type of hemorrhagic fever, which affects humans, as well as non-human primates.
Stock Photo #824-124179, Human papilloma virus (HPV). Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 55 nm.
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Human papilloma virus (HPV). Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission ele...
Human papilloma virus (HPV). Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 55 nm.
Stock Photo #824-48947, SALMONELLA TYPHI. SALMONELLA TYPHI Scanning electron micrograph view of the cuticular surface of Schistosoma mansoni, a trematode parasite, shown with attached Salmonella typhi, a gram-negative, flagellated, facultatively anaerobic rod prokarote that causes typhoid fever, mag. 11,000x (at 24 x 36mm). Both are pathogenic in humans.
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SALMONELLA TYPHI. SALMONELLA TYPHI Scanning electron micrograph view of the cuticular surface of Schistosoma mansoni, a trema...
SALMONELLA TYPHI. SALMONELLA TYPHI Scanning electron micrograph view of the cuticular surface of Schistosoma mansoni, a trematode parasite, shown with attached Salmonella typhi, a gram-negative, flagellated, facultatively anaerobic rod prokarote that causes typhoid fever, mag. 11,000x (at 24 x 36mm). Both are pathogenic in humans.
Stock Photo #4297-1264, Scanning electron microscopic image of a pollen grain of Birch
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Scanning electron microscopic image of a pollen grain of Birch
Stock Photo #824-80514, SARS HISTOLOGY. SARS HISTOLOGY Histological lung sample of a SARS-infected patient, viewed under light microscope. Widespread alveolar damage causes difficulty breathing and coughing. At center, a giant cell with several nucei is visible. Pulmonary alveoli (in white) and several hematites (in red) are also visible.
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SARS HISTOLOGY. SARS HISTOLOGY Histological lung sample of a SARS-infected patient, viewed under light microscope. Widespread...
SARS HISTOLOGY. SARS HISTOLOGY Histological lung sample of a SARS-infected patient, viewed under light microscope. Widespread alveolar damage causes difficulty breathing and coughing. At center, a giant cell with several nucei is visible. Pulmonary alveoli (in white) and several hematites (in red) are also visible.
Stock Photo #4187-37223, Pneumocystis Carinii Parasites. Pneumocystis Carinii parasites concentrated after the process of sonification.
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Pneumocystis Carinii Parasites. Pneumocystis Carinii parasites concentrated after the process of sonification.
Stock Photo #824-103330, RED BLOOD CELL, SEM. RED BLOOD CELL SEM This highly enlarged scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicted a closer look at the details exhibited by of number of red blood cells found enmeshed in a fibrinous matrix on the luminal surface of an indwelling vascular catheter, Magnified 11397x. In this instance, the indwelling catheter was a tube that was left in place creating a patent portal directly into a blood vessel. Note the biconcave cytomorphologic shape of each erythrocyte, which increa
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RED BLOOD CELL, SEM. RED BLOOD CELL SEM This highly enlarged scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicted a closer look at the...
RED BLOOD CELL, SEM. RED BLOOD CELL SEM This highly enlarged scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicted a closer look at the details exhibited by of number of red blood cells found enmeshed in a fibrinous matrix on the luminal surface of an indwelling vascular catheter, Magnified 11397x. In this instance, the indwelling catheter was a tube that was left in place creating a patent portal directly into a blood vessel. Note the biconcave cytomorphologic shape of each erythrocyte, which increa
Stock Photo #824-21251, PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA. PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA Scanning Electron Micrograph. This bacillus causes serious nosocomial infections.
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PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA. PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA Scanning Electron Micrograph. This bacillus causes serious nosocomial infectio...
PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA. PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA Scanning Electron Micrograph. This bacillus causes serious nosocomial infections.
Stock Photo #824-29723, LISTERIA. LISTERIA Electron micrograph of a Listeria bacterium in tissue. Listeria monocytogenes is the infectious agent responsible for the food borne illness Listeriosis. In the United States, an estimated 2,500 persons become seriously ill with listeriosis each year. Of these, 500 die.
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LISTERIA. LISTERIA Electron micrograph of a Listeria bacterium in tissue. Listeria monocytogenes is the infectious agent resp...
LISTERIA. LISTERIA Electron micrograph of a Listeria bacterium in tissue. Listeria monocytogenes is the infectious agent responsible for the food borne illness Listeriosis. In the United States, an estimated 2,500 persons become seriously ill with listeriosis each year. Of these, 500 die.
Stock Photo #824-63710, ANALYSIS LABORATORY. ANALYSIS LABORATORY Photo essay from laboratory. Examination of a smear under microscope.
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ANALYSIS LABORATORY. ANALYSIS LABORATORY Photo essay from laboratory. Examination of a smear under microscope.
Stock Photo #824-89630, STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS. STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteria. This scanning electron micrograph depicts a grouping of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteria. These S. aureus bacteria are methicillin-resistant, and are from one of the first isolates in the U.S. that showed increased resistance to vancomycin as well. Note the increase in cell wall material seen as clumps on the organisms’ surface.
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STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS. STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteria. This scanning elect...
STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS. STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteria. This scanning electron micrograph depicts a grouping of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteria. These S. aureus bacteria are methicillin-resistant, and are from one of the first isolates in the U.S. that showed increased resistance to vancomycin as well. Note the increase in cell wall material seen as clumps on the organisms’ surface.
Stock Photo #824-80749, EYE SURGERY. EYE SURGERY Photo essay from hospital. LASIK surgery for shortsightedness. Eye surgery using the LASIK laser is performed in two stages: first a microkeratome is used to shave a thin flap off the cornea. An excimer laser is then used to treat the center of the cornea and the flap is repositioned, bonding to the rest of the cornea without the need for stitches. Here, the cornea is dried before treatment with the laser.
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EYE SURGERY. EYE SURGERY Photo essay from hospital. LASIK surgery for shortsightedness. Eye surgery using the LASIK laser is ...
EYE SURGERY. EYE SURGERY Photo essay from hospital. LASIK surgery for shortsightedness. Eye surgery using the LASIK laser is performed in two stages: first a microkeratome is used to shave a thin flap off the cornea. An excimer laser is then used to treat the center of the cornea and the flap is repositioned, bonding to the rest of the cornea without the need for stitches. Here, the cornea is dried before treatment with the laser.
Stock Photo #824-87250, SPANISH FLU INFECTION. Virus H1N1, responsible for the deadly pandemy of Spanish flu in 1918 colorized TEM. succeded in rebuilding this virus from an avian influenza transmissible between human beings. His study will permit to understand better the modes of transmission of the virus H5N1 of the current avian influenza virus. Spanish flu virus, as all Influenza A viruses, is a pleiomorphic virus, which means that it can present under different forms according to the conditions. The virus H1N1 can
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SPANISH FLU INFECTION. Virus H1N1, responsible for the deadly pandemy of Spanish flu in 1918 colorized TEM. succeded in rebui...
SPANISH FLU INFECTION. Virus H1N1, responsible for the deadly pandemy of Spanish flu in 1918 colorized TEM. succeded in rebuilding this virus from an avian influenza transmissible between human beings. His study will permit to understand better the modes of transmission of the virus H5N1 of the current avian influenza virus. Spanish flu virus, as all Influenza A viruses, is a pleiomorphic virus, which means that it can present under different forms according to the conditions. The virus H1N1 can
Stock Photo #824-20620, VACCINIA. VACCINIA Electron micrograph of a Vaccinia Virus. Vaccinia virus is normally confined to cattle, but is conveyed to humans through vaccination, thereby, imparting immunity to the smallpox virus.
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VACCINIA. VACCINIA Electron micrograph of a Vaccinia Virus. Vaccinia virus is normally confined to cattle, but is conveyed to...
VACCINIA. VACCINIA Electron micrograph of a Vaccinia Virus. Vaccinia virus is normally confined to cattle, but is conveyed to humans through vaccination, thereby, imparting immunity to the smallpox virus.
Stock Photo #4297-1833, Transmission electron micrograph of the A/New Jersey/76, HSW1N1, virus, a type of swine flu virus, magnification of 37,800X
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Transmission electron micrograph of the A/New Jersey/76, HSW1N1, virus, a type of swine flu virus, magnification of 37,800X
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Stock Photo #824-50542, AIDS VIRUS. AIDS VIRUS HIV virus responsible for AIDS. HIV is a retrovirus of which the diameter measures around 100_120 nm. On the image we can distinguish a group of various viruses of which the genetic material RNA is visible in shape of cone in the virus. TEM view. Magnification: x250,000 when printed 13,2 x 9,3cm.
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AIDS VIRUS. AIDS VIRUS HIV virus responsible for AIDS. HIV is a retrovirus of which the diameter measures around 100_120 nm. ...
AIDS VIRUS. AIDS VIRUS HIV virus responsible for AIDS. HIV is a retrovirus of which the diameter measures around 100_120 nm. On the image we can distinguish a group of various viruses of which the genetic material RNA is visible in shape of cone in the virus. TEM view. Magnification: x250,000 when printed 13,2 x 9,3cm.
Stock Photo #824-57499, GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH Photo essay. Institut Jacques Monod in Paris, France. Studying Drosophila for research on aging.
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GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH Photo essay. Institut Jacques Monod in Paris, France. Studying Drosophila for research o...
GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH Photo essay. Institut Jacques Monod in Paris, France. Studying Drosophila for research on aging.
Stock Photo #824-26935, SKIN CANCER, HISTOLOGY. SKIN CANCER, HISTOLOGY Skin cancer histological cross_section on a biopsy of the tumor, optical microscope, x 1000.
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SKIN CANCER, HISTOLOGY. SKIN CANCER, HISTOLOGY Skin cancer histological cross_section on a biopsy of the tumor, optical micro...
SKIN CANCER, HISTOLOGY. SKIN CANCER, HISTOLOGY Skin cancer histological cross_section on a biopsy of the tumor, optical microscope, x 1000.
Stock Photo #824-103990, REOVIRUS. REOVIRUS Reovirus, RNA virus, it is responsible for respiratory and gastric infections little pathogenic to mankind _ Image made according to a view under transmission electron microscope.
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REOVIRUS. REOVIRUS Reovirus, RNA virus, it is responsible for respiratory and gastric infections little pathogenic to mankind...
REOVIRUS. REOVIRUS Reovirus, RNA virus, it is responsible for respiratory and gastric infections little pathogenic to mankind _ Image made according to a view under transmission electron microscope.
Stock Photo #824-52603, MEGACARYOCYTE IN BONE MARROW. MEGACARYOCYTE IN BONE MARROW Megacaryocyte releasing platelets. MEB 2000x.
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MEGACARYOCYTE IN BONE MARROW. MEGACARYOCYTE IN BONE MARROW Megacaryocyte releasing platelets. MEB 2000x.
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Stock Photo #824-69969, RETINA, SEM. RETINA, SEM The retina is a membrane covering the eye´s interior, containing 3 types of cells which capture light: photoreceptor (rod and cone), bipolar, and ganglion. Photoreceptor cones are responsible for visual acuity and color vision. Cones are responsible for vision in low-light levels and for peripheral vision. Bipolars transmit the light signal from the cones to the ganglions, which then transmit the stimulus to the optic nerve. Here, retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) at t
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RETINA, SEM. RETINA, SEM The retina is a membrane covering the eye´s interior, containing 3 types of cells which capture ligh...
RETINA, SEM. RETINA, SEM The retina is a membrane covering the eye´s interior, containing 3 types of cells which capture light: photoreceptor (rod and cone), bipolar, and ganglion. Photoreceptor cones are responsible for visual acuity and color vision. Cones are responsible for vision in low-light levels and for peripheral vision. Bipolars transmit the light signal from the cones to the ganglions, which then transmit the stimulus to the optic nerve. Here, retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) at t
Stock Photo #824-124166, Varicella zoster virus (human herpesvirus type 3, HHV-3). It causes chicken pox and shingles (herpes zoster). Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 200 nm.
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Varicella zoster virus (human herpesvirus type 3, HHV-3). It causes chicken pox and shingles (herpes zoster). Image produced ...
Varicella zoster virus (human herpesvirus type 3, HHV-3). It causes chicken pox and shingles (herpes zoster). Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 200 nm.
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Stock Photo #4298-1059, Diatom found in pond water near Grant, NY. USA. Magnification 400x
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Diatom found in pond water near Grant, NY. USA. Magnification 400x
Stock Photo #824-85250, RETINA, SEM. RETINA, SEM The retina is a membrane covering the eye´s interior, containing 3 types of cells which capture light: photoreceptor (rod and cone), bipolar, and ganglion. Photoreceptor cones are responsible for visual acuity and color vision. Cones are responsible for vision in low-light levels and for peripheral vision. Bipolars transmit the light signal from the cones to the ganglions, which then transmit the stimulus to the optic nerve. Here, rods, viewed under SEM. Magnification
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RETINA, SEM. RETINA, SEM The retina is a membrane covering the eye´s interior, containing 3 types of cells which capture ligh...
RETINA, SEM. RETINA, SEM The retina is a membrane covering the eye´s interior, containing 3 types of cells which capture light: photoreceptor (rod and cone), bipolar, and ganglion. Photoreceptor cones are responsible for visual acuity and color vision. Cones are responsible for vision in low-light levels and for peripheral vision. Bipolars transmit the light signal from the cones to the ganglions, which then transmit the stimulus to the optic nerve. Here, rods, viewed under SEM. Magnification
Stock Photo #824-34694, ASTHMA, WOMAN. ASTHMA, WOMAN Models. Artemisia pollen viewed through an SEM.
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ASTHMA, WOMAN. ASTHMA, WOMAN Models. Artemisia pollen viewed through an SEM.
Stock Photo #824-43205, ORIENTIA TSUTSUGAMUSHI. Bacterium Orientia tsutsugamushi budding from its host cell peritoneal mesothelial cell, colorized TEM. This specimen comes from the peritoneal cavity of a mouse infected experimentally to diagnose the infection of a patient. Other bacteria are visible in the cytoplasm. Orientia tsutsugamushi, formerly known as Rickettsia tsutsugamushi, is a bacterium responsible for scrub typhus or Japanese flood ever. It is a Gram negative bacillus, intracellular exclusively, that proli
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ORIENTIA TSUTSUGAMUSHI. Bacterium Orientia tsutsugamushi budding from its host cell peritoneal mesothelial cell, colorized TE...
ORIENTIA TSUTSUGAMUSHI. Bacterium Orientia tsutsugamushi budding from its host cell peritoneal mesothelial cell, colorized TEM. This specimen comes from the peritoneal cavity of a mouse infected experimentally to diagnose the infection of a patient. Other bacteria are visible in the cytoplasm. Orientia tsutsugamushi, formerly known as Rickettsia tsutsugamushi, is a bacterium responsible for scrub typhus or Japanese flood ever. It is a Gram negative bacillus, intracellular exclusively, that proli
Stock Photo #824-90568, CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS. CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS Cryptosporidium. Parasite of the digestive system, provoking intense diarrheas. X600.
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CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS. CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS Cryptosporidium. Parasite of the digestive system, provoking intense diarrheas. X600.
Stock Photo #824-125508, Influenza virus. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter ranges from around 80 to 120 nm.
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Influenza virus. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron micros...
Influenza virus. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter ranges from around 80 to 120 nm.
Stock Photo #824-87592, BURKHOLDERIA CEPACIA. BURKHOLDERIA CEPACIA SEM of Burkholderia cepacia. This bacterium is reponsible for nosocomial infections and opportunistic diseases of fragilized persons, mainly those affected by mucoviscidosis. It is at the origin of pulmonary infections, necrosing pneumonia and septicemias. This bacterium is multiresistant to antibiotics.
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BURKHOLDERIA CEPACIA. BURKHOLDERIA CEPACIA SEM of Burkholderia cepacia. This bacterium is reponsible for nosocomial infection...
BURKHOLDERIA CEPACIA. BURKHOLDERIA CEPACIA SEM of Burkholderia cepacia. This bacterium is reponsible for nosocomial infections and opportunistic diseases of fragilized persons, mainly those affected by mucoviscidosis. It is at the origin of pulmonary infections, necrosing pneumonia and septicemias. This bacterium is multiresistant to antibiotics.
Stock Photo #824-123931, This negatively-stained transmission electron micrograph (TEM) captured some of the ultrastructural details exhibited by the new influenza A (H7N9) virus. On April 1, 2013, the World Health Organization (WHO) first reported 3 human infections with a new influenza A (H7N9) virus in China. Since then, additional cases have been reported. Most reported cases have severe respiratory illness and, in some cases, have died. At this time, no cases of H7N9 outside of China have been reported. The new H7N
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This negatively-stained transmission electron micrograph (TEM) captured some of the ultrastructural details exhibited by the ...
This negatively-stained transmission electron micrograph (TEM) captured some of the ultrastructural details exhibited by the new influenza A (H7N9) virus. On April 1, 2013, the World Health Organization (WHO) first reported 3 human infections with a new influenza A (H7N9) virus in China. Since then, additional cases have been reported. Most reported cases have severe respiratory illness and, in some cases, have died. At this time, no cases of H7N9 outside of China have been reported. The new H7N
Stock Photo #824-96862, ENTEROCOCCUS. ENTEROCOCCUS Vancomycin Resistant Enterococci (VRE). Scanning Electron Micrograph of Vancomycin Resistant Enterococci (VRE). Illness due to VRE infections in healthy people is rare. Common infections caused by enterococci are urinary tract infections and wound infections.
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ENTEROCOCCUS. ENTEROCOCCUS Vancomycin Resistant Enterococci (VRE). Scanning Electron Micrograph of Vancomycin Resistant Enter...
ENTEROCOCCUS. ENTEROCOCCUS Vancomycin Resistant Enterococci (VRE). Scanning Electron Micrograph of Vancomycin Resistant Enterococci (VRE). Illness due to VRE infections in healthy people is rare. Common infections caused by enterococci are urinary tract infections and wound infections.
Stock Photo #824-101991, RED BLOOD CORPUSCLE. RED BLOOD CORPUSCLE Red blood cells, or corpuscles, play a crucial role in the transportation of hemoglobin, bringing oxygen to tissues. These round cells measure 7 micrometers in diameter, are shaped like biconcave disks and exhibit an elasticity and deformability allowing them to move through the smallest capillaries. Red blood cells are produced by erythroblasts and live in the blood stream for about 120 days. At the end of their life, they are destroyed by macrophage
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RED BLOOD CORPUSCLE. RED BLOOD CORPUSCLE Red blood cells, or corpuscles, play a crucial role in the transportation of hemoglo...
RED BLOOD CORPUSCLE. RED BLOOD CORPUSCLE Red blood cells, or corpuscles, play a crucial role in the transportation of hemoglobin, bringing oxygen to tissues. These round cells measure 7 micrometers in diameter, are shaped like biconcave disks and exhibit an elasticity and deformability allowing them to move through the smallest capillaries. Red blood cells are produced by erythroblasts and live in the blood stream for about 120 days. At the end of their life, they are destroyed by macrophage
Stock Photo #824-124183, Poliovirus. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter ranges from around 27 to 30 nm.
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Poliovirus. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy....
Poliovirus. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter ranges from around 27 to 30 nm.
Stock Photo #4297-1009, Colorized scanning electron microscope image of amaranthus pollen. The pollen has been acetolyzed to remove cytoplasm and pollenkit in order to reveal the intricate wall structure. Family: Amaranthaceae: Amaranthus opopeo
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Colorized scanning electron microscope image of amaranthus pollen. The pollen has been acetolyzed to remove cytoplasm and pol...
Colorized scanning electron microscope image of amaranthus pollen. The pollen has been acetolyzed to remove cytoplasm and pollenkit in order to reveal the intricate wall structure. Family: Amaranthaceae: Amaranthus opopeo
Stock Photo #1830-47279, Microscopic View of Black Widow
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Stock Photo #824-19237, LABORATORY WORKER. Photo essay from laboratory. Analytic laboratory from the Pierre_Boucher hospital in Longueuil, Quebec, Canada. Night shift. Examination of a smear under microscope.
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LABORATORY WORKER. Photo essay from laboratory. Analytic laboratory from the Pierre_Boucher hospital in Longueuil, Quebec, Ca...
LABORATORY WORKER. Photo essay from laboratory. Analytic laboratory from the Pierre_Boucher hospital in Longueuil, Quebec, Canada. Night shift. Examination of a smear under microscope.
Stock Photo #824-86404, RESEARCH. RESEARCH Photo essay. Genethon is a research laboratory whose scientific activities are oriented towards gene and cell therapies, and their applications to rare diseases. Here, P3 laboratory.
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RESEARCH. RESEARCH Photo essay. Genethon is a research laboratory whose scientific activities are oriented towards gene and c...
RESEARCH. RESEARCH Photo essay. Genethon is a research laboratory whose scientific activities are oriented towards gene and cell therapies, and their applications to rare diseases. Here, P3 laboratory.
Stock Photo #824-71673, MARBURG VIRUS. MARBURG VIRUS This electron micrograph depicts a number of Marburg virions responsible for causing Marburg Hemorrhagic Fever. Marburg hemorrhagic fever is caused by a genetically unique zoonotic, i.e., animal-borne, RNA virus of the filovirus family, its recognition led to the creation of this virus family. The Ebola viruses are the only other known members of this virus family.
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MARBURG VIRUS. MARBURG VIRUS This electron micrograph depicts a number of Marburg virions responsible for causing Marburg Hem...
MARBURG VIRUS. MARBURG VIRUS This electron micrograph depicts a number of Marburg virions responsible for causing Marburg Hemorrhagic Fever. Marburg hemorrhagic fever is caused by a genetically unique zoonotic, i.e., animal-borne, RNA virus of the filovirus family, its recognition led to the creation of this virus family. The Ebola viruses are the only other known members of this virus family.
Stock Photo #824-43642, POLLEN. POLLEN Birch pollen, viewed under SEM.
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POLLEN. POLLEN Birch pollen, viewed under SEM.
Stock Photo #824-86523, TSE TSE FLY, SEM. TSE TSE FLY, SEM SEM of Tse-tse fly (Glossina sp.).
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TSE TSE FLY, SEM. TSE TSE FLY, SEM SEM of Tse-tse fly (Glossina sp.).
Stock Photo #824-30415, CANCER OF THE THYROID, HISTOLOGY. CANCER OF THE THYROID, HISTOLOGY Trabeculo-vesicular carcinoma. Magnification: 100x.
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CANCER OF THE THYROID, HISTOLOGY. CANCER OF THE THYROID, HISTOLOGY Trabeculo-vesicular carcinoma. Magnification: 100x.
Stock Photo #824-58809, MICROSCOPE. MICROSCOPE Photo essay from laboratory. Analysis of urine CBEU. The technician is writing down the results of the urine analysis that she is doing under microscope : counting of the elements in the sample of urine cells, cylinders, under microscope, with the help of a counting chamber.
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MICROSCOPE. MICROSCOPE Photo essay from laboratory. Analysis of urine CBEU. The technician is writing down the results of the...
MICROSCOPE. MICROSCOPE Photo essay from laboratory. Analysis of urine CBEU. The technician is writing down the results of the urine analysis that she is doing under microscope : counting of the elements in the sample of urine cells, cylinders, under microscope, with the help of a counting chamber.
Stock Photo #1830-47274, Eyes of a Black Widow
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Stock Photo #824-124141, Coronavirus. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter ranges from around 80 to 160 nm.
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Coronavirus. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy...
Coronavirus. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter ranges from around 80 to 160 nm.
Stock Photo #824-29566, RED BLOOD CELL, SEM. RED BLOOD CELL SEM Human red corpuscles. SEM x 3200.
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RED BLOOD CELL, SEM. RED BLOOD CELL SEM Human red corpuscles. SEM x 3200.
Stock Photo #4187-37220, Sin Nombre Virus. The Sin Nombre virus causes Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome. The sickness begins with a fever and muscle aches, followed by shortness of breath and coughing.
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Sin Nombre Virus. The Sin Nombre virus causes Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome. The sickness begins with a fever and muscle ache...
Sin Nombre Virus. The Sin Nombre virus causes Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome. The sickness begins with a fever and muscle aches, followed by shortness of breath and coughing.
Stock Photo #824-19357, ENTEROCOCCUS, SEM. ENTEROCOCCUS SEM Enterococci colorized SEM. Enterococci genus Enterococcus are gram_positive bacteria, under the shape of cocci or cocobacilli, facultative anaerobes. Before they were considered as group D streptococci. Enterococci are present in the intestines of man and animals intestinal flora but also in the soil and water. Enterococcus Enterococcaceae Lactobacillales Firmicutes Bacterium.
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ENTEROCOCCUS, SEM. ENTEROCOCCUS SEM Enterococci colorized SEM. Enterococci genus Enterococcus are gram_positive bacteria, und...
ENTEROCOCCUS, SEM. ENTEROCOCCUS SEM Enterococci colorized SEM. Enterococci genus Enterococcus are gram_positive bacteria, under the shape of cocci or cocobacilli, facultative anaerobes. Before they were considered as group D streptococci. Enterococci are present in the intestines of man and animals intestinal flora but also in the soil and water. Enterococcus Enterococcaceae Lactobacillales Firmicutes Bacterium.
Stock Photo #824-62153, MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS. MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS Koch’s bacilli Mycobacterium tuberculosis, responsible for tuberculosis. Image made according to a view under optical microscope.
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MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS. MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS Koch’s bacilli Mycobacterium tuberculosis, responsible for tuberculosi...
MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS. MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS Koch’s bacilli Mycobacterium tuberculosis, responsible for tuberculosis. Image made according to a view under optical microscope.
Stock Photo #824-96684, LOUSE, SEM. LOUSE, SEM The female head louse lays eggs which attach to individual hairs very close to the scalp. Each female can lay about a dozen white eggs, called nits, every day. These eggs hatch one week later. A louse egg under scan electron microscopy 65x.
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LOUSE, SEM. LOUSE, SEM The female head louse lays eggs which attach to individual hairs very close to the scalp. Each female ...
LOUSE, SEM. LOUSE, SEM The female head louse lays eggs which attach to individual hairs very close to the scalp. Each female can lay about a dozen white eggs, called nits, every day. These eggs hatch one week later. A louse egg under scan electron microscopy 65x.
Stock Photo #824-82474, EYE SURGERY. EYE SURGERY Photo essay from hospital. Eye surgery.
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Stock Photo #824-103222, ESCHERICHIA COLI. ESCHERICHIA COLI This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicts a highly magnified view of a dividing Escherichia coli bacteria, clearly displaying the point at which the bacteria’s cell wall was dividing, Magnification 21674x. Escherichia coli is a Gram-negative bacterium that normally colonizes the digestive tract of most warm-blooded animals, including human beings. E. coli are facultative in nature, which means that they can adapt to their environments, switching betwe
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ESCHERICHIA COLI. ESCHERICHIA COLI This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicts a highly magnified view of a dividing Esch...
ESCHERICHIA COLI. ESCHERICHIA COLI This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicts a highly magnified view of a dividing Escherichia coli bacteria, clearly displaying the point at which the bacteria’s cell wall was dividing, Magnification 21674x. Escherichia coli is a Gram-negative bacterium that normally colonizes the digestive tract of most warm-blooded animals, including human beings. E. coli are facultative in nature, which means that they can adapt to their environments, switching betwe
Stock Photo #824-51908, BACILLUS ANTHRACIS. BACILLUS ANTHRACIS An electron micrograph of spores from the Sterne strain of Bacillus anthracis bacteria.These spores can live for many years enabling the bacteria to survive in a dormant state.
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BACILLUS ANTHRACIS. BACILLUS ANTHRACIS An electron micrograph of spores from the Sterne strain of Bacillus anthracis bacteria...
BACILLUS ANTHRACIS. BACILLUS ANTHRACIS An electron micrograph of spores from the Sterne strain of Bacillus anthracis bacteria.These spores can live for many years enabling the bacteria to survive in a dormant state.
Stock Photo #4297-1450, Transmission electron micrograph of numbers of intraperitoneal Gram-negative Orientia tsutsugamushi rickettsial microorganisms which were inside the peritoneal cavity of an infected mouse
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Transmission electron micrograph of numbers of intraperitoneal Gram-negative Orientia tsutsugamushi rickettsial microorganism...
Transmission electron micrograph of numbers of intraperitoneal Gram-negative Orientia tsutsugamushi rickettsial microorganisms which were inside the peritoneal cavity of an infected mouse
Stock Photo #824-105780, MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS. MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS Micrococcus luteus, scanning electron micrograph colorized SEM, x 12 230. Micrococcus luteus is Gram_positive coccus, strict aerobe, usually present under the form of diplococci pairs, tetrads four and sarcinas eight. This bacterium is a saprotroph feeding on decaying organic matter and not pathogenic for mankind except for immunocompromised persons affected by AIDS. Micrococcus luteus regrouping the old species Micrococcus flavus, Sarcina lutea and Sarcina
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MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS. MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS Micrococcus luteus, scanning electron micrograph colorized SEM, x 12 230. Micrococcus ...
MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS. MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS Micrococcus luteus, scanning electron micrograph colorized SEM, x 12 230. Micrococcus luteus is Gram_positive coccus, strict aerobe, usually present under the form of diplococci pairs, tetrads four and sarcinas eight. This bacterium is a saprotroph feeding on decaying organic matter and not pathogenic for mankind except for immunocompromised persons affected by AIDS. Micrococcus luteus regrouping the old species Micrococcus flavus, Sarcina lutea and Sarcina
Stock Photo #4297-1596, Scanning electron micrograph of a single macrophage with projectile-looking surface
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Scanning electron micrograph of a single macrophage with projectile-looking surface
Stock Photo #824-66592, LUNG ALVEOLUS, SEM. LUNG ALVEOLUS, SEM Cross_section of a lung at the level of the bronchioli SEM x 200.
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LUNG ALVEOLUS, SEM. LUNG ALVEOLUS, SEM Cross_section of a lung at the level of the bronchioli SEM x 200.
Stock Photo #824-76095, AIDS VIRUS. AIDS VIRUS HIV virus responsible for AIDS. HIV is a retrovirus of which the diameter measures around 100_120 nm. On the image we can distinguish a group of various viruses of which the genetic material RNA is visible in shape of cone in the virus. TEM view. Magnification: x250,000 when printed 13,2 x 9,3cm.
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AIDS VIRUS. AIDS VIRUS HIV virus responsible for AIDS. HIV is a retrovirus of which the diameter measures around 100_120 nm. ...
AIDS VIRUS. AIDS VIRUS HIV virus responsible for AIDS. HIV is a retrovirus of which the diameter measures around 100_120 nm. On the image we can distinguish a group of various viruses of which the genetic material RNA is visible in shape of cone in the virus. TEM view. Magnification: x250,000 when printed 13,2 x 9,3cm.
Stock Photo #824-99515, SHIGELLA SONNEI
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Stock Photo #824-67329, EYE SURGERY. EYE SURGERY Photo essay from hospital. LASIK surgery for shortsightedness. Eye surgery using the LASIK laser is performed in two stages: first a microkeratome is used to shave a thin flap off the cornea. An excimer laser is then used to treat the center of the cornea and the flap is repositioned, bonding to the rest of the cornea without the need for stitches. After treatment, the surgeon moistens the patient´s eye.
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EYE SURGERY. EYE SURGERY Photo essay from hospital. LASIK surgery for shortsightedness. Eye surgery using the LASIK laser is ...
EYE SURGERY. EYE SURGERY Photo essay from hospital. LASIK surgery for shortsightedness. Eye surgery using the LASIK laser is performed in two stages: first a microkeratome is used to shave a thin flap off the cornea. An excimer laser is then used to treat the center of the cornea and the flap is repositioned, bonding to the rest of the cornea without the need for stitches. After treatment, the surgeon moistens the patient´s eye.
Stock Photo #824-65446, CLOSTRIDIUM BOTULINUM. CLOSTRIDIUM BOTULINUM SEM 15000x.
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CLOSTRIDIUM BOTULINUM. CLOSTRIDIUM BOTULINUM SEM 15000x.
Stock Photo #4301-1012, Micrograph of Diatomaceae (Antarctic marine diatoms)
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Stock Photo #824-72414, HELICOBACTER HEILMANNII. HELICOBACTER HEILMANNII Helicobacter heilmannii, is a pathogenic bacteria that may be involved in the development of stomach ulcers. Here, rolled in helix, the bacteria is present in the gastric gland ducts. TEM. Magnification: 22000x.
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HELICOBACTER HEILMANNII. HELICOBACTER HEILMANNII Helicobacter heilmannii, is a pathogenic bacteria that may be involved in th...
HELICOBACTER HEILMANNII. HELICOBACTER HEILMANNII Helicobacter heilmannii, is a pathogenic bacteria that may be involved in the development of stomach ulcers. Here, rolled in helix, the bacteria is present in the gastric gland ducts. TEM. Magnification: 22000x.
Stock Photo #824-22417, HEPATITIS C VIRUS. HEPATITIS C VIRUS HCV _ Hepatitis C virus. Single_stranded RNA virus in a nucleocapsid. Half the people infected with the hepatitis C virus develop chronic hepatitis, they never heal and remain carriers the rest of their life, cirrhosis and hepatic insufficiency can eventually manifest themselves. Virus with parenteral transmission. Image made according to a view under transmission electron microscope, viral diameter 50 nm.
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HEPATITIS C VIRUS. HEPATITIS C VIRUS HCV _ Hepatitis C virus. Single_stranded RNA virus in a nucleocapsid. Half the people in...
HEPATITIS C VIRUS. HEPATITIS C VIRUS HCV _ Hepatitis C virus. Single_stranded RNA virus in a nucleocapsid. Half the people infected with the hepatitis C virus develop chronic hepatitis, they never heal and remain carriers the rest of their life, cirrhosis and hepatic insufficiency can eventually manifest themselves. Virus with parenteral transmission. Image made according to a view under transmission electron microscope, viral diameter 50 nm.
Stock Photo #824-83505, ESCHERICHIA COLI. ESCHERICHIA COLI Escherichia coli is a normal host of the human alimentary tract. It is a potential pathogen and can infect other organs of the body. This rod-shaped mobile micro-organism can cause cystits, diarrhea, meningitis or septicemia. This fast growing germ has also been used in the industry to produce hormones by genetic engineering. SEM 4000x.
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ESCHERICHIA COLI. ESCHERICHIA COLI Escherichia coli is a normal host of the human alimentary tract. It is a potential pathoge...
ESCHERICHIA COLI. ESCHERICHIA COLI Escherichia coli is a normal host of the human alimentary tract. It is a potential pathogen and can infect other organs of the body. This rod-shaped mobile micro-organism can cause cystits, diarrhea, meningitis or septicemia. This fast growing germ has also been used in the industry to produce hormones by genetic engineering. SEM 4000x.
Stock Photo #824-74635, MONONUCLEOSIS VIRUS. MONONUCLEOSIS VIRUS EBV _ Herpesvirus : Epstein_Barr virus is responsible for infectious mononucleosis and Burkitt´s lymphoma. Image made according to a view under transmission electron microscope, viral diameter 180 nm.
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MONONUCLEOSIS VIRUS. MONONUCLEOSIS VIRUS EBV _ Herpesvirus : Epstein_Barr virus is responsible for infectious mononucleosis a...
MONONUCLEOSIS VIRUS. MONONUCLEOSIS VIRUS EBV _ Herpesvirus : Epstein_Barr virus is responsible for infectious mononucleosis and Burkitt´s lymphoma. Image made according to a view under transmission electron microscope, viral diameter 180 nm.
Stock Photo #824-125516, Hepatitis C virus (HCV). Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 22 nm.
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Hepatitis C virus (HCV). Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electro...
Hepatitis C virus (HCV). Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 22 nm.
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Stock Photo #824-127228, Reportage in the French National Police's Criminal Research Institute in Rosny-sous-Bois, France. Ballistics Department. Comparing two bullets under a microscope.
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Reportage in the French National Police's Criminal Research Institute in Rosny-sous-Bois, France. Ballistics Department. Comparing two bullets under a microscope.
Stock Photo #824-87030, MYCOPLASMA HOMINIS. MYCOPLASMA HOMINIS Mycoplasmas are miniscule bacteria lacking a cell wall. Found in nature, in humans, and in animals, mycoplasmas are the smallest known organisms capable of growth and reproduction outside living host cells. Mycoplasma hominis causes gyneco-obstetric problems (urethritis, salpingitis, pregnancy complications). Tetracyclines (antibiotics) are effective, but should be used to treat partners since mycoplasmas are sexually transmissible. SEM 1000x.
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MYCOPLASMA HOMINIS. MYCOPLASMA HOMINIS Mycoplasmas are miniscule bacteria lacking a cell wall. Found in nature, in humans, an...
MYCOPLASMA HOMINIS. MYCOPLASMA HOMINIS Mycoplasmas are miniscule bacteria lacking a cell wall. Found in nature, in humans, and in animals, mycoplasmas are the smallest known organisms capable of growth and reproduction outside living host cells. Mycoplasma hominis causes gyneco-obstetric problems (urethritis, salpingitis, pregnancy complications). Tetracyclines (antibiotics) are effective, but should be used to treat partners since mycoplasmas are sexually transmissible. SEM 1000x.
Stock Photo #824-124145, Hepatitis A virus (HAV). Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter ranges from around 20 to 30 nm.
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Hepatitis A virus (HAV). Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electro...
Hepatitis A virus (HAV). Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter ranges from around 20 to 30 nm.
Stock Photo #824-51879, VEIN, SEM. VEIN, SEM Normal vein.
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Stock Photo #824-99691, CORONAVIRUS. CORONAVIRUS This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) revealed the thickened, layered edge of SARS infected Vero E6 culture cells.The thickened edges of the infected cells were ruffled, and appeared to be comprised of layers of folded plasma membranes. Note the layered cell edge (arrows) seen by SEM. Virus particles (arrowheads) are extrude from the layered surfaces.
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CORONAVIRUS. CORONAVIRUS This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) revealed the thickened, layered edge of SARS infected Vero E...
CORONAVIRUS. CORONAVIRUS This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) revealed the thickened, layered edge of SARS infected Vero E6 culture cells.The thickened edges of the infected cells were ruffled, and appeared to be comprised of layers of folded plasma membranes. Note the layered cell edge (arrows) seen by SEM. Virus particles (arrowheads) are extrude from the layered surfaces.
Stock Photo #824-71121, PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM MALARIA. PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM MALARIA A photomicrograph of placental tissue revealing the presence of the malarial parasite Plasmodium falciparum. Maternal or placental malaria predisposes the newborn infant to a low birthweight, premature delivery, increased infant mortality, and the mother to maternal anemia.
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PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM MALARIA. PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM MALARIA A photomicrograph of placental tissue revealing the presence of ...
PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM MALARIA. PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM MALARIA A photomicrograph of placental tissue revealing the presence of the malarial parasite Plasmodium falciparum. Maternal or placental malaria predisposes the newborn infant to a low birthweight, premature delivery, increased infant mortality, and the mother to maternal anemia.
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Stock Photo #824-93229, ASCARIS. ASCARIS Ascaris egg (parasitic intestinal nematode). The larva causes human gastric anisakidosis parasitosis and acute abdominal pain syndrome. Microscope image magnified 600 x.
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ASCARIS. ASCARIS Ascaris egg (parasitic intestinal nematode). The larva causes human gastric anisakidosis parasitosis and acu...
ASCARIS. ASCARIS Ascaris egg (parasitic intestinal nematode). The larva causes human gastric anisakidosis parasitosis and acute abdominal pain syndrome. Microscope image magnified 600 x.
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Stock Photo #824-127232, Reportage in the French National Police's Criminal Research Institute in Rosny-sous-Bois, France. Ballistics Department. Identifying a firearm through marks left on the bullet's firing pin.
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Reportage in the French National Police's Criminal Research Institute in Rosny-sous-Bois, France. Ballistics Department. Iden...
Reportage in the French National Police's Criminal Research Institute in Rosny-sous-Bois, France. Ballistics Department. Identifying a firearm through marks left on the bullet's firing pin.
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Stock Photo #824-45976, LIVER FLUKE. LIVER FLUKE SEM of mature liver fluke (Fasciola hepatica).
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LIVER FLUKE. LIVER FLUKE SEM of mature liver fluke (Fasciola hepatica).
Stock Photo #4297-1014, Colorized scanning electron microscope image of geranium pollen. The pollen has been acetolyzed to remove cytoplasm and pollenkit in order to reveal the intricate wall structure. This image shows a single large pollen grain of geranium in the center (Geranium cinereum) with a smaller unidentified pollen grain adhering to it
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Colorized scanning electron microscope image of geranium pollen. The pollen has been acetolyzed to remove cytoplasm and polle...
Colorized scanning electron microscope image of geranium pollen. The pollen has been acetolyzed to remove cytoplasm and pollenkit in order to reveal the intricate wall structure. This image shows a single large pollen grain of geranium in the center (Geranium cinereum) with a smaller unidentified pollen grain adhering to it
Stock Photo #4297-1005, Colorized scanning electron microscope image of morning glory pollen. The pollen has been acetolyzed to remove cytoplasm and pollenkit in order to reveal the intricate wall structure. This image shows a single large grain of heavenly blue morning glory pollen. Heavenly blue morning glory - Order: Solanales Family: Convolvulaceae (morning glory) family, Ipomea purpurea
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Colorized scanning electron microscope image of morning glory pollen. The pollen has been acetolyzed to remove cytoplasm and ...
Colorized scanning electron microscope image of morning glory pollen. The pollen has been acetolyzed to remove cytoplasm and pollenkit in order to reveal the intricate wall structure. This image shows a single large grain of heavenly blue morning glory pollen. Heavenly blue morning glory - Order: Solanales Family: Convolvulaceae (morning glory) family, Ipomea purpurea
Stock Photo #824-105781, MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS. MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS Micrococcus luteus, scanning electron micrograph colorized SEM, x 21 930 Micrococcus luteus is Gram_positive coccus, strict aerobe, usually present under the form of diplococci pairs, tetrads four and sarcinas eight. This bacterium is a saprotroph feeding on decaying organic matter and not pathogenic for mankind except for immunocompromised persons affected by AIDS. Micrococcus luteus regrouping the old species Micrococcus flavus, Sarcina lutea and Sarcina
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MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS. MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS Micrococcus luteus, scanning electron micrograph colorized SEM, x 21 930 Micrococcus l...
MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS. MICROCOCCUS LUTEUS Micrococcus luteus, scanning electron micrograph colorized SEM, x 21 930 Micrococcus luteus is Gram_positive coccus, strict aerobe, usually present under the form of diplococci pairs, tetrads four and sarcinas eight. This bacterium is a saprotroph feeding on decaying organic matter and not pathogenic for mankind except for immunocompromised persons affected by AIDS. Micrococcus luteus regrouping the old species Micrococcus flavus, Sarcina lutea and Sarcina
Stock Photo #824-56315, STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE. STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE Pneumococcus or streptococcus pneumoniae is a common host found in the mucosa of the mouth and pharynx. Under certain conditions, it can become the causal agent of pneumonia, meningitis, septicemia and otitis. Pneumococci are small round-shaped Gram-positive bacteria which generally form pairs (diplococci). They have a protective capsule preventing phagocytosis. SEM 7800x.
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STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE. STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE Pneumococcus or streptococcus pneumoniae is a common host found in the muc...
STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE. STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE Pneumococcus or streptococcus pneumoniae is a common host found in the mucosa of the mouth and pharynx. Under certain conditions, it can become the causal agent of pneumonia, meningitis, septicemia and otitis. Pneumococci are small round-shaped Gram-positive bacteria which generally form pairs (diplococci). They have a protective capsule preventing phagocytosis. SEM 7800x.
Stock Photo #4187-37196, Stained Anthrax Inside a Lung.
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Stock Photo #4297-1463, TEM of bacterial cells of Staphylococcus aureus, its large capsule protects the bacterium from attack by immunological defenses
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TEM of bacterial cells of Staphylococcus aureus, its large capsule protects the bacterium from attack by immunological defens...
TEM of bacterial cells of Staphylococcus aureus, its large capsule protects the bacterium from attack by immunological defenses
Stock Photo #824-124174, Cytomegalovirus (human herpesvirus type 5, HHV-5). It causes a dangerous mononucleosis syndrome particularly in immunodeprived individuals. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 200 nm.
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Cytomegalovirus (human herpesvirus type 5, HHV-5). It causes a dangerous mononucleosis syndrome particularly in immunodeprive...
Cytomegalovirus (human herpesvirus type 5, HHV-5). It causes a dangerous mononucleosis syndrome particularly in immunodeprived individuals. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 200 nm.
Stock Photo #824-20642, AIDS VIRUS INFECTION, SEM. HIV_1 virus burgeonning from a membrane of a human T lymphocyte in culture colorized SEM, the bar represents 100 nm.
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AIDS VIRUS INFECTION, SEM. HIV_1 virus burgeonning from a membrane of a human T lymphocyte in culture colorized SEM, the bar ...
AIDS VIRUS INFECTION, SEM. HIV_1 virus burgeonning from a membrane of a human T lymphocyte in culture colorized SEM, the bar represents 100 nm.
Stock Photo #824-34614, BIOLOGY LABORATORY. BIOLOGY LABORATORY Photo essay from hospital. Cytology.
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BIOLOGY LABORATORY. BIOLOGY LABORATORY Photo essay from hospital. Cytology.
Stock Photo #824-123927, This negatively-stained transmission electron micrograph (TEM) captured some of the ultrastructural details exhibited by the new influenza A (H7N9) virus. On April 1, 2013, the World Health Organization (WHO) first reported 3 human infections with a new influenza A (H7N9) virus in China. Since then, additional cases have been reported. Most reported cases have severe respiratory illness and, in some cases, have died. At this time, no cases of H7N9 outside of China have been reported. The new H7N
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This negatively-stained transmission electron micrograph (TEM) captured some of the ultrastructural details exhibited by the ...
This negatively-stained transmission electron micrograph (TEM) captured some of the ultrastructural details exhibited by the new influenza A (H7N9) virus. On April 1, 2013, the World Health Organization (WHO) first reported 3 human infections with a new influenza A (H7N9) virus in China. Since then, additional cases have been reported. Most reported cases have severe respiratory illness and, in some cases, have died. At this time, no cases of H7N9 outside of China have been reported. The new H7N
Stock Photo #824-72885, ANGUILLULA. ANGUILLULA Anguillula, an intestinal parasite which is the causative agent of strongyliasis. Microscopic image (400X).
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ANGUILLULA. ANGUILLULA Anguillula, an intestinal parasite which is the causative agent of strongyliasis. Microscopic image (4...
ANGUILLULA. ANGUILLULA Anguillula, an intestinal parasite which is the causative agent of strongyliasis. Microscopic image (400X).
Stock Photo #4187-1870, Micrograph of Variola Virus
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Stock Photo #824-121368, Reportage on the Kid Campus workshops run by the Pasteur Institute in Lille. Each week in January and February, the Institute welcomes year 5 & 6 pupils from the area and shows them the work of the Institute's researchers. There are ten themes in this fun course which involves practical work. The children have to identify crystals with the help of a microscope.
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Reportage on the Kid Campus workshops run by the Pasteur Institute in Lille. Each week in January and February, the Institute...
Reportage on the Kid Campus workshops run by the Pasteur Institute in Lille. Each week in January and February, the Institute welcomes year 5 & 6 pupils from the area and shows them the work of the Institute's researchers. There are ten themes in this fun course which involves practical work. The children have to identify crystals with the help of a microscope.
Stock Photo #824-111211, EVENING PRIMROSE POLLEN. Pollen of evening primrose from the species Oenothera fruticosa, variety ´Fireworks´ colorized SEM, x 3 297, the line corresponds to 10 microns. This pollen is not known to be allergenic. Oenothera fruticosa Evening primerose Onagraceae Eudicotyledon Angiospermae Plant. Under a very high magnification of 3297x, this scanning electron micrograph SEM revealed some of the morphologic ultrastructure displayed by a pollen grain found within the dehisced, or split open, an
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EVENING PRIMROSE POLLEN. Pollen of evening primrose from the species Oenothera fruticosa, variety ´Fireworks´ colorized SEM, ...
EVENING PRIMROSE POLLEN. Pollen of evening primrose from the species Oenothera fruticosa, variety ´Fireworks´ colorized SEM, x 3 297, the line corresponds to 10 microns. This pollen is not known to be allergenic. Oenothera fruticosa Evening primerose Onagraceae Eudicotyledon Angiospermae Plant. Under a very high magnification of 3297x, this scanning electron micrograph SEM revealed some of the morphologic ultrastructure displayed by a pollen grain found within the dehisced, or split open, an
Stock Photo #824-64887, LISTERIA. LISTERIA Listeria denitrificans viewed under SEM. Magnification: 10000x.
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LISTERIA. LISTERIA Listeria denitrificans viewed under SEM. Magnification: 10000x.
Stock Photo #4297-1829, Light microscope image of a urethral exudate containing Neisseria gonorrhea from a patient with gonococcal urethritis
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Stock Photo #824-19107, MYCOPLASMA HOMINIS. MYCOPLASMA HOMINIS Mycoplasmas are miniscule bacteria lacking a cell wall. Found in nature, in humans, and in animals, mycoplasmas are the smallest known organisms capable of growth and reproduction outside living host cells. Mycoplasma hominis causes gyneco-obstetric problems (urethritis, salpingitis, pregnancy complications). Tetracyclines (antibiotics) are effective, but should be used to treat partners since mycoplasmas are sexually transmissible. SEM 4000x.
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MYCOPLASMA HOMINIS. MYCOPLASMA HOMINIS Mycoplasmas are miniscule bacteria lacking a cell wall. Found in nature, in humans, an...
MYCOPLASMA HOMINIS. MYCOPLASMA HOMINIS Mycoplasmas are miniscule bacteria lacking a cell wall. Found in nature, in humans, and in animals, mycoplasmas are the smallest known organisms capable of growth and reproduction outside living host cells. Mycoplasma hominis causes gyneco-obstetric problems (urethritis, salpingitis, pregnancy complications). Tetracyclines (antibiotics) are effective, but should be used to treat partners since mycoplasmas are sexually transmissible. SEM 4000x.
Stock Photo #824-124164, Herpes virus (HSV 1 & 2). Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 200 nm.
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Herpes virus (HSV 1 & 2). Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electr...
Herpes virus (HSV 1 & 2). Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 200 nm.
Stock Photo #824-31955, CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI. CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI Campylobacter is a family of curved Gram-negative bacteria. Several species have been identified. Campylobacter pylori (the causal agent of gastritis, ulcers.), Campylobacter fetus, and Campylobacter jejuni. Scanning electron microscopy of Campylobacter jejuni (6000x).
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CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI. CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI Campylobacter is a family of curved Gram-negative bacteria. Several species have b...
CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI. CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI Campylobacter is a family of curved Gram-negative bacteria. Several species have been identified. Campylobacter pylori (the causal agent of gastritis, ulcers.), Campylobacter fetus, and Campylobacter jejuni. Scanning electron microscopy of Campylobacter jejuni (6000x).
Stock Photo #824-87650, PLASMODIUM. PLASMODIUM This thin film Giemsa stained micrograph reveals growing P. vivax, P. malariae, and P. ovale trophozoites. As the parasite increases in size, the ring morphology of the early trophozoite disappears, and becomes what is referred to as a mature trophozoite, which undergoes further transformation maturing into a schizont.
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PLASMODIUM. PLASMODIUM This thin film Giemsa stained micrograph reveals growing P. vivax, P. malariae, and P. ovale trophozoi...
PLASMODIUM. PLASMODIUM This thin film Giemsa stained micrograph reveals growing P. vivax, P. malariae, and P. ovale trophozoites. As the parasite increases in size, the ring morphology of the early trophozoite disappears, and becomes what is referred to as a mature trophozoite, which undergoes further transformation maturing into a schizont.
Stock Photo #824-103169, MICROSPORUM CANIS
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Stock Photo #824-71220, NIPAH VIRUS. Virus Nipah in the cerebrospinal fluid of an infected patient TEM, recolorized imagery. Nipah virus is a RNA virus from the Paramyxoviridae family and the genus Henipavirus. Its natural reservoirs reservoirs are bats from the genus Pteropus P. hypomelanus, P. vampyrus, P. lylei, P. giganteus. In 1998, the first cases of transmission to domestic animals pigs, amplificator host then to mankind were discovered in Malaysia. The Nipah virus is at the origin of a lethal encephalitis in a
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NIPAH VIRUS. Virus Nipah in the cerebrospinal fluid of an infected patient TEM, recolorized imagery. Nipah virus is a RNA vir...
NIPAH VIRUS. Virus Nipah in the cerebrospinal fluid of an infected patient TEM, recolorized imagery. Nipah virus is a RNA virus from the Paramyxoviridae family and the genus Henipavirus. Its natural reservoirs reservoirs are bats from the genus Pteropus P. hypomelanus, P. vampyrus, P. lylei, P. giganteus. In 1998, the first cases of transmission to domestic animals pigs, amplificator host then to mankind were discovered in Malaysia. The Nipah virus is at the origin of a lethal encephalitis in a
Stock Photo #824-19216, GIARDIA INTESTINALIS. GIARDIA INTESTINALIS Photomicrograph of a Giardia intestinalis cyst visualized using an Iodine stain. Giardia lamblia, the parasite causing giardiasis, lives in two stages: trophozoites and cysts. Trophozoites are an active form of the parasite inside the body. Cysts represent a resting stage that enables the parasite to survive outside the body.
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GIARDIA INTESTINALIS. GIARDIA INTESTINALIS Photomicrograph of a Giardia intestinalis cyst visualized using an Iodine stain. G...
GIARDIA INTESTINALIS. GIARDIA INTESTINALIS Photomicrograph of a Giardia intestinalis cyst visualized using an Iodine stain. Giardia lamblia, the parasite causing giardiasis, lives in two stages: trophozoites and cysts. Trophozoites are an active form of the parasite inside the body. Cysts represent a resting stage that enables the parasite to survive outside the body.
Stock Photo #824-81400, MEGACARYOCYTE IN BONE MARROW. MEGACARYOCYTE IN BONE MARROW Basophile megacaryocyte tissue.
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MEGACARYOCYTE IN BONE MARROW. MEGACARYOCYTE IN BONE MARROW Basophile megacaryocyte tissue.
Stock Photo #4187-29975, Lung Infected with Viral Pneumonia,
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Stock Photo #824-23493, TOXOPLASMA GONDII. TOXOPLASMA GONDII Toxoplasma gondii, viewed under SEM.
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TOXOPLASMA GONDII. TOXOPLASMA GONDII Toxoplasma gondii, viewed under SEM.
Stock Photo #824-70666, GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH Gene therapy requires a gene-drug and a vector to carry it to the target cell. The study of how these vectors transfer the gene-drug to the target site is termed vectorology. Here the efficacy of the gene transfer is being studied under fluorescence microscopy. Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH) is used to localize the position of the gene on the chromosome. Here the chromosome is visualized before and after gene therapy. Before, the genes are seen
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GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH Gene therapy requires a gene-drug and a vector to carry it to the target cell. The study...
GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH Gene therapy requires a gene-drug and a vector to carry it to the target cell. The study of how these vectors transfer the gene-drug to the target site is termed vectorology. Here the efficacy of the gene transfer is being studied under fluorescence microscopy. Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH) is used to localize the position of the gene on the chromosome. Here the chromosome is visualized before and after gene therapy. Before, the genes are seen
Stock Photo #824-127235, Reportage in the French National Police's Criminal Research Institute in Rosny-sous-Bois, France. Ballistics Department. Identifying a firearm through marks left on the bullet's firing pin.
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Reportage in the French National Police's Criminal Research Institute in Rosny-sous-Bois, France. Ballistics Department. Iden...
Reportage in the French National Police's Criminal Research Institute in Rosny-sous-Bois, France. Ballistics Department. Identifying a firearm through marks left on the bullet's firing pin.
Stock Photo #1647R-97445, Black Background with Cloudy Shapes and Multicolored Bubbles
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Stock Photo #824-106350, HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS. HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS Herpes Simplex Virus. Image made according to a view under transmission electron microscope, viral diameter 180 nm.
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HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS. HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS Herpes Simplex Virus. Image made according to a view under transmission electron m...
HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS. HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS Herpes Simplex Virus. Image made according to a view under transmission electron microscope, viral diameter 180 nm.
Stock Photo #824-22834, POLLEN. POLLEN Pollen of a locust tree false acacia viewed under SEM. Magnification: 1900x.
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POLLEN. POLLEN Pollen of a locust tree false acacia viewed under SEM. Magnification: 1900x.
Stock Photo #824-27141, TSE TSE FLY, SEM. TSE TSE FLY, SEM SEM of Tse-tse fly (Glossina sp.).
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TSE TSE FLY, SEM. TSE TSE FLY, SEM SEM of Tse-tse fly (Glossina sp.).
Stock Photo #824-124139, Coronavirus. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter ranges from around 80 to 160 nm.
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Coronavirus. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter ranges from around 80 to 160 nm.
Stock Photo #824-83004, HEPATITIS B VIRUS. HEPATITIS B VIRUS Hepatitis B virions under transmission electron micrograph. These particles are also known as Dane particles.
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HEPATITIS B VIRUS. HEPATITIS B VIRUS Hepatitis B virions under transmission electron micrograph. These particles are also kno...
HEPATITIS B VIRUS. HEPATITIS B VIRUS Hepatitis B virions under transmission electron micrograph. These particles are also known as Dane particles.
Stock Photo #824-102632, LOUSE, SEM. LOUSE, SEM Pediculus humanus capitis, SEM 65x.
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LOUSE, SEM. LOUSE, SEM Pediculus humanus capitis, SEM 65x.
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Stock Photo #824-28505, NORWALK VIRUS. NORWALK VIRUS An electron micrograph of the Norwalk Virus, with 27-32nm-sized viral particles. Norwalk viruses (and related caliciviruses) are important causes of nonbacterial gastroenteritis in the United States. An estimated 181,000 cases of this type of food poisoning occur annually.
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NORWALK VIRUS. NORWALK VIRUS An electron micrograph of the Norwalk Virus, with 27-32nm-sized viral particles. Norwalk viruses...
NORWALK VIRUS. NORWALK VIRUS An electron micrograph of the Norwalk Virus, with 27-32nm-sized viral particles. Norwalk viruses (and related caliciviruses) are important causes of nonbacterial gastroenteritis in the United States. An estimated 181,000 cases of this type of food poisoning occur annually.
Stock Photo #824-99693, CURVULARIA GENICULATA. CURVULARIA GENICULATA Scanning Electron Micrograph of Curvularia geniculata.
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CURVULARIA GENICULATA. CURVULARIA GENICULATA Scanning Electron Micrograph of Curvularia geniculata.
Stock Photo #824-62717, EBOLA VIRUS. EBOLA VIRUS This micrograph reveals the structure of the Ebola virus, one of two members of the family of viruses called Filoviridae. The «natural reservoir» of the Ebola virus remains unknown, however, based on available evidence, researchers believe that the virus is zoonotic (animal-borne) and is normally maintained in an animal host that is native to the African continent.
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EBOLA VIRUS. EBOLA VIRUS This micrograph reveals the structure of the Ebola virus, one of two members of the family of viruse...
EBOLA VIRUS. EBOLA VIRUS This micrograph reveals the structure of the Ebola virus, one of two members of the family of viruses called Filoviridae. The «natural reservoir» of the Ebola virus remains unknown, however, based on available evidence, researchers believe that the virus is zoonotic (animal-borne) and is normally maintained in an animal host that is native to the African continent.

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