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Stock Photo #824-47616, BIOLOGY LABORATORY. BIOLOGY LABORATORY Photo essay from laboratory. Laboratory of cellular microbiology at the University medical centre of Geneva (Switzerland). Here, genetic manipulation of pathogenic bacteria.
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BIOLOGY LABORATORY. BIOLOGY LABORATORY Photo essay from laboratory. Laboratory of cellular microbiology at the University med...
BIOLOGY LABORATORY. BIOLOGY LABORATORY Photo essay from laboratory. Laboratory of cellular microbiology at the University medical centre of Geneva (Switzerland). Here, genetic manipulation of pathogenic bacteria.
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 #824-85826, BIOLOGY LABORATORY. BIOLOGY LABORATORY Photo essay from laboratory. Laboratory of cellular microbiology at the University medical centre of Geneva (Switzerland). Here, genetic manipulation of pathogenic bacteria.
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BIOLOGY LABORATORY. BIOLOGY LABORATORY Photo essay from laboratory. Laboratory of cellular microbiology at the University med...
BIOLOGY LABORATORY. BIOLOGY LABORATORY Photo essay from laboratory. Laboratory of cellular microbiology at the University medical centre of Geneva (Switzerland). Here, genetic manipulation of pathogenic bacteria.
Stock Photo #4413-34781, Southern Green Stink Bug larvae in studio
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Southern Green Stink Bug larvae in studio
Stock Photo #4128R-1989, Influenza, computer artwork
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Influenza, computer artwork
Stock Photo #4128R-10076, Influenza virus, artwork
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Influenza virus, artwork
Stock Photo #4379-1629, Tissue Sampling of one of the specific pathogen free Black tiger shrimp (Penaeus monodon), Brunei
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Tissue Sampling of one of the specific pathogen free Black tiger shrimp (Penaeus monodon), Brunei
Stock Photo #4128R-22399, Virus particles, computer artwork.
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Virus particles, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #1566-1334609, Mature Corsican Pine trees dying due to infection with Dothistroma Needle Blight or Red Band Needle Blight caused by fungus Dothistroma septosporum, Wales, UK.
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Mature Corsican Pine trees dying due to infection with Dothistroma Needle Blight or Red Band Needle Blight caused by fungus D...
Mature Corsican Pine trees dying due to infection with Dothistroma Needle Blight or Red Band Needle Blight caused by fungus Dothistroma septosporum, Wales, UK.
Stock Photo #4378-4454, Listeria Bacteria
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Listeria Bacteria
Stock Photo #4128R-13396, Viral infection, conceptual computer artwork.
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Viral infection, conceptual computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4378-3717, Structure of the Rotavirus (3GZU). Rotavirus is the most common cause of severe diarrhoea among infants and young children and is one of several viruses that cause infections often called stomach flu.
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Structure of the Rotavirus (3GZU). Rotavirus is the most common cause of severe diarrhoea among infants and young children an...
Structure of the Rotavirus (3GZU). Rotavirus is the most common cause of severe diarrhoea among infants and young children and is one of several viruses that cause infections often called stomach flu.
Stock Photo #4378-4602, Helicobacter pylori
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Helicobacter pylori
Stock Photo #4413-64796, Female Sheep Tick vector of Lyme disease Picardie France
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Female Sheep Tick vector of Lyme disease Picardie France
Stock Photo #1815R-139833, Germany, Freiburg, Human hand holding petri dish with bacteria, close up
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Germany, Freiburg, Human hand holding petri dish with bacteria, close up
Stock Photo #4128R-20475, Picobirnavirus particle
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Picobirnavirus particle
Stock Photo #4269-7097, Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus bacteria (MRSA); Magnification 9560x. This strain of Gram-positif bacterium has developed wide-ranging antibiotic resistance such as methicillin, and are hospital pathogens.
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Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus bacteria (MRSA); Magnification 9560x. This ...
Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus bacteria (MRSA); Magnification 9560x. This strain of Gram-positif bacterium has developed wide-ranging antibiotic resistance such as methicillin, and are hospital pathogens.
Stock Photo #4421-31578, Sycamore Tar Spot (Rhytisma acerinum) lesions on Sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus) leaf, England, september
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Sycamore Tar Spot (Rhytisma acerinum) lesions on Sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus) leaf, England, september
Stock Photo #4378-4457, Borrelia burgdorferi
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Borrelia burgdorferi
Stock Photo #4378-2519, Clusters of 'superbug' (MRSA) bacteria.
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Clusters of 'superbug' (MRSA) bacteria.
Stock Photo #4239R-8241, Microscopic view of chlamydia. Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by a bacterium.
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Microscopic view of chlamydia. Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by a bacterium.
Stock Photo #4239R-9369, Conceptual image of salmonella typhi causing typhoid.
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Conceptual image of salmonella typhi causing typhoid.
Stock Photo #4239R-8316, Microscopic view of Anthrax. Anthrax is an acute disease caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis. Most forms of the disease are lethal, and it affects both humans and animals.
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Microscopic view of Anthrax. Anthrax is an acute disease caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis. Most forms of the diseas...
Microscopic view of Anthrax. Anthrax is an acute disease caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis. Most forms of the disease are lethal, and it affects both humans and animals.
Stock Photo #4239R-8036, Microscopic view of Stachybotrys chartarum. Stachybotrys chartarum, also called Stachybotrys atra, Stachybotrys alternans or Stilbospora chartarum, is a black mold.
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Microscopic view of Stachybotrys chartarum. Stachybotrys chartarum, also called Stachybotrys atra, Stachybotrys alternans or ...
Microscopic view of Stachybotrys chartarum. Stachybotrys chartarum, also called Stachybotrys atra, Stachybotrys alternans or Stilbospora chartarum, is a black mold.
Stock Photo #4128R-13266, Viral pathogens, conceptual computer artwork.
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Viral pathogens, conceptual computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4128R-13475, E. coli bacteria. Coloured scanning electron micrograph SEM of Escherichia coli bacteria pink on a gecko´s tongue. Magnification: x8000 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.
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E. coli bacteria. Coloured scanning electron micrograph SEM of Escherichia coli bacteria pink on a gecko´s tongue. Magnificat...
E. coli bacteria. Coloured scanning electron micrograph SEM of Escherichia coli bacteria pink on a gecko´s tongue. Magnification: x8000 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.
Stock Photo #4239R-8281, Microscopic view of staphylococcus.
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Microscopic view of staphylococcus.
Stock Photo #4239R-8372, Group of Escherichia coli bacteria cells, commonly known as E. Coli. E. coli is a common type of bacteria that can get into food, like beef and vegetables.
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Group of Escherichia coli bacteria cells, commonly known as E. Coli. E. coli is a common type of bacteria that can get into f...
Group of Escherichia coli bacteria cells, commonly known as E. Coli. E. coli is a common type of bacteria that can get into food, like beef and vegetables.
Stock Photo #4070-19989, Silver leaf fungus (Chondrostereum purpureum) on tree trunk, Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK, February.
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Silver leaf fungus (Chondrostereum purpureum) on tree trunk, Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK, February.
Stock Photo #4239R-8259, Microscopic view of Tetanus. Tetanus is caused by the tetanus bacterium, Clostridium tetani. Tetanus is often associated with rust.
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Microscopic view of Tetanus. Tetanus is caused by the tetanus bacterium, Clostridium tetani. Tetanus is often associated with...
Microscopic view of Tetanus. Tetanus is caused by the tetanus bacterium, Clostridium tetani. Tetanus is often associated with rust.
Stock Photo #4128R-33951, Rhinovirus capsid, molecular model. This is human rhinovirus. The rhinovirus infects the upper respiratory tract and is the cause of the common cold. It is spread by coughs and sneezes. In viruses, the capsid is the protein shell that encloses the genetic material. A capsid's subunits are capsomeres that self-assemble to form the shell seen here. Here, this shell, approximately spherical in shape, has icosahedral symmetry. One of the functions of the capsid is to aid the transmission of the vira
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Rhinovirus capsid, molecular model. This is human rhinovirus. The rhinovirus infects the upper respiratory tract and is the c...
Rhinovirus capsid, molecular model. This is human rhinovirus. The rhinovirus infects the upper respiratory tract and is the cause of the common cold. It is spread by coughs and sneezes. In viruses, the capsid is the protein shell that encloses the genetic material. A capsid's subunits are capsomeres that self-assemble to form the shell seen here. Here, this shell, approximately spherical in shape, has icosahedral symmetry. One of the functions of the capsid is to aid the transmission of the vira
Stock Photo #4128R-3682, Human papilloma virus, TEM
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Human papilloma virus, TEM
Stock Photo #4128R-28087, H1N1 flu virus particle. Computer artwork of an H1N1 influenza A (flu) virus particle (virion). In the particle's lipid envelope (purple) are two types of protein spike, haemagglutinin (H) and neuraminidase (N), which determine the strain of virus. These are used for recognising and binding to the host cell.
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H1N1 flu virus particle. Computer artwork of an H1N1 influenza A (flu) virus particle (virion). In the particle's lipid envel...
H1N1 flu virus particle. Computer artwork of an H1N1 influenza A (flu) virus particle (virion). In the particle's lipid envelope (purple) are two types of protein spike, haemagglutinin (H) and neuraminidase (N), which determine the strain of virus. These are used for recognising and binding to the host cell.
Stock Photo #4378-2865, Group of vibrio cholerae bacteria which causes cholera.
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Group of vibrio cholerae bacteria which causes cholera.
Stock Photo #4128R-15661, Salmonella sp. bacteria, computer artwork.
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Salmonella sp. bacteria, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4128R-21206, Dengue virus particle
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Dengue virus particle
Stock Photo #1558-57410, Man, mask, allergy
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Man, mask, allergy
Stock Photo #4415R-1177, Testing drugs in Petri dishes against resistance to bacterial strains in a laboratory
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Testing drugs in Petri dishes against resistance to bacterial strains in a laboratory
Stock Photo #4269-27968, Virus de la grippe A H1N1. Transmission Electron Micrograph (TEM) of the swine flu virus. The Swine flu virus is a strain H1N1 of influenza type A virus (orthomyxovirus) causing respiratory diseases to swines. Further to mutations and recombinaison with other influenza type A viruses (like avaian or human influenza), new strains transmissible from animals to humans and pathogenic to them can be created.
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Virus de la grippe A H1N1. Transmission Electron Micrograph (TEM) of the swine flu virus. The Swine flu virus is a strain H1N...
Virus de la grippe A H1N1. Transmission Electron Micrograph (TEM) of the swine flu virus. The Swine flu virus is a strain H1N1 of influenza type A virus (orthomyxovirus) causing respiratory diseases to swines. Further to mutations and recombinaison with other influenza type A viruses (like avaian or human influenza), new strains transmissible from animals to humans and pathogenic to them can be created.
Stock Photo #4128R-5021, HIV virus particle, artwork
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HIV virus particle, artwork
Stock Photo #4413-128806, Water vole standing at water edge GB
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Water vole standing at water edge GB
Stock Photo #4378-4585, Legionella Pneumophila
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Legionella Pneumophila
Stock Photo #4128R-37194, Immunoglobulin G antibody molecule. Computer model of the secondary structure of immunoglobulin G (IgG). This is the most abundant immunoglobulin and is found in all body fluids. Each Y-shaped molecule has two arms (top) that can bind to specific antigens, for instance bacterial or viral proteins. In doing this they mark the antigen for destruction by phagocytes, white blood cells that ingest and destroy foreign bodies. Antibodies can also kill some pathogens directly, and can neutralise toxins.
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Immunoglobulin G antibody molecule. Computer model of the secondary structure of immunoglobulin G (IgG). This is the most abu...
Immunoglobulin G antibody molecule. Computer model of the secondary structure of immunoglobulin G (IgG). This is the most abundant immunoglobulin and is found in all body fluids. Each Y-shaped molecule has two arms (top) that can bind to specific antigens, for instance bacterial or viral proteins. In doing this they mark the antigen for destruction by phagocytes, white blood cells that ingest and destroy foreign bodies. Antibodies can also kill some pathogens directly, and can neutralise toxins.
Stock Photo #3153-616950, avian influenza virus, A
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avian influenza virus, A
Stock Photo #4421-46177, Eurasian Badger (Meles meles) bovine tuberculosis vaccination scheme, badger in live trap, Shropshire, England, June
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Eurasian Badger (Meles meles) bovine tuberculosis vaccination scheme, badger in live trap, Shropshire, England, June
Stock Photo #4175-13514, mouthguard virus bacteria Woman eyes Caution 2
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mouthguard virus bacteria Woman eyes Caution 2
Stock Photo #4297-1719, SEM image of Gram-negative Legionella pneumophila bacteria
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SEM image of Gram-negative Legionella pneumophila bacteria
Stock Photo #4413-113036, Garden tub crowded with mosquito larvae
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Garden tub crowded with mosquito larvae
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 #4378-2319, Clusters of H1N1 virus particles.
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Clusters of H1N1 virus particles.
Stock Photo #4128R-13935, Vaccinia virus complement control protein. Molecular model of the C_terminal portion of the complement control protein from the Vaccinia virus. This protein protects the virus against attack by the host complement system, a part of the immune system.
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Vaccinia virus complement control protein. Molecular model of the C_terminal portion of the complement control protein from t...
Vaccinia virus complement control protein. Molecular model of the C_terminal portion of the complement control protein from the Vaccinia virus. This protein protects the virus against attack by the host complement system, a part of the immune system.
Stock Photo #4378-3329, A cluster of Canine Parvovirus particles (PDB 1C8D).
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A cluster of Canine Parvovirus particles (PDB 1C8D).
Stock Photo #4128R-21268, Norovirus particle
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Norovirus particle
Stock Photo #4128R-20720, Venezuelan haemorrhagic fever virus
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Venezuelan haemorrhagic fever virus
Stock Photo #4128R-26568, Viral infection, conceptual artwork
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Viral infection, conceptual artwork
Stock Photo #4128R-21324, Syphilis bacteria, artwork
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Syphilis bacteria, artwork
Stock Photo #4128R-21200, Giardia protozoan, artwork
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Giardia protozoan, artwork
Stock Photo #4048-6075, Swine flu virus. Negative stained transmission electron micrograph. Photo by C. S. Goldsmith and A. Balish, 2009.
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Swine flu virus. Negative stained transmission electron micrograph. Photo by C. S. Goldsmith and A. Balish, 2009.
Stock Photo #824-94770, ACTINOMYCES ODONTOLYTICUS. ACTINOMYCES ODONTOLYTICUS Actinomyces are filamentous bacteria pathogenic from humans. Despite their name, actinomyces are not fungi and are insensitive to anti-fungal agents. Actinomycoses (actinomyces infections) can involve the skin, bone or even visceral organs.
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ACTINOMYCES ODONTOLYTICUS. ACTINOMYCES ODONTOLYTICUS Actinomyces are filamentous bacteria pathogenic from humans. Despite the...
ACTINOMYCES ODONTOLYTICUS. ACTINOMYCES ODONTOLYTICUS Actinomyces are filamentous bacteria pathogenic from humans. Despite their name, actinomyces are not fungi and are insensitive to anti-fungal agents. Actinomycoses (actinomyces infections) can involve the skin, bone or even visceral organs.
Stock Photo #4239R-8280, Microscopic view of staphylococcus.
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Microscopic view of staphylococcus.
Stock Photo #4128R-21256, Giardia protozoan, artwork
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Giardia protozoan, artwork
Stock Photo #1848-668452, Lettering EHEC under a magnifying glass, symbolic image for search for the carrier of the EHEC pathogen
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Lettering EHEC under a magnifying glass, symbolic image for search for the carrier of the EHEC pathogen
Stock Photo #4128R-14498, HIV human immunodeficiency virus particle, computer artwork.
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HIV human immunodeficiency virus particle, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4378-4597, Salmonella Bacteria
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Salmonella Bacteria
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 #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 #1848-583697, Food testing, laboratory technician examining minced meat samples, preparing them for tests for exposure to bacteria, pathogens or environmental toxins
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Food testing, laboratory technician examining minced meat samples, preparing them for tests for exposure to bacteria, pathoge...
Food testing, laboratory technician examining minced meat samples, preparing them for tests for exposure to bacteria, pathogens or environmental toxins
Stock Photo #4378-4517, Sleeping Sickness Infection
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Sleeping Sickness Infection
Stock Photo #4128R-33832, Immunoglobulin G (IgG) antibody, molecular model. This is the most abundant immunoglobulin and is found in all body fluids. Each Y-shaped molecule has two arms (top) that can bind to specific antigens, for instance bacterial or viral proteins. In doing this they mark the antigen for destruction by phagocytes, white blood cells that ingest and destroy foreign bodies. Antibodies can also kill some pathogens directly, and can neutralise toxins.
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Immunoglobulin G (IgG) antibody, molecular model. This is the most abundant immunoglobulin and is found in all body fluids. E...
Immunoglobulin G (IgG) antibody, molecular model. This is the most abundant immunoglobulin and is found in all body fluids. Each Y-shaped molecule has two arms (top) that can bind to specific antigens, for instance bacterial or viral proteins. In doing this they mark the antigen for destruction by phagocytes, white blood cells that ingest and destroy foreign bodies. Antibodies can also kill some pathogens directly, and can neutralise toxins.
Stock Photo #4269-27965, Virus de la grippe A H1N1. Transmission Electron Micrograph (TEM) of the swine flu virus. The Swine flu virus is a strain H1N1 of influenza type A virus (orthomyxovirus) causing respiratory diseases to swines. Further to mutations and recombinaison with other influenza type A viruses (like avaian or human influenza), new strains transmissible from animals to humans and pathogenic to them can be created.
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Virus de la grippe A H1N1. Transmission Electron Micrograph (TEM) of the swine flu virus. The Swine flu virus is a strain H1N...
Virus de la grippe A H1N1. Transmission Electron Micrograph (TEM) of the swine flu virus. The Swine flu virus is a strain H1N1 of influenza type A virus (orthomyxovirus) causing respiratory diseases to swines. Further to mutations and recombinaison with other influenza type A viruses (like avaian or human influenza), new strains transmissible from animals to humans and pathogenic to them can be created.
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 #4128R-33871, Escherichia coli heat-labile enterotoxin, molecular model. This is one of several proteins produced by pathogenic E. coli bacteria in the intestines. Unlike the heat-stable enterotoxin, this one is inactivated at high temperatures. The toxin causes diarrhoea and can be fatal in severe cases.
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Escherichia coli heat-labile enterotoxin, molecular model. This is one of several proteins produced by pathogenic E. coli bac...
Escherichia coli heat-labile enterotoxin, molecular model. This is one of several proteins produced by pathogenic E. coli bacteria in the intestines. Unlike the heat-stable enterotoxin, this one is inactivated at high temperatures. The toxin causes diarrhoea and can be fatal in severe cases.
Stock Photo #4378-4482, Neisseria meningitidis
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Neisseria meningitidis
Stock Photo #4297-1646, 3D computer generated model of the yellow fever virus, based upon Protein Database entry 1NA4
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3D computer generated model of the yellow fever virus, based upon Protein Database entry 1NA4
Stock Photo #4384-127, Under a magnification of 3841X, this scanning electron micrograph (SEM) revealed some of the ultrastructural morphologic details exhibited by a number of Gram-positive bacilli, or ?rod-shaped?, Mycobacterium fortuitum bacteria. M. fortuitum is classified as a ?rapidly-growing? Mycobacterium, due to the fact that it can be grown on laboratory culture medium in less than 7 days. As a human pathogen, this organism has been determined to be the cause of skin infections, including furunculosis, i.e
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Under a magnification of 3841X, this scanning electron micrograph (SEM) revealed some of the ultrastructural morphologic deta...
Under a magnification of 3841X, this scanning electron micrograph (SEM) revealed some of the ultrastructural morphologic details exhibited by a number of Gram-positive bacilli, or ?rod-shaped?, Mycobacterium fortuitum bacteria. M. fortuitum is classified as a ?rapidly-growing? Mycobacterium, due to the fact that it can be grown on laboratory culture medium in less than 7 days. As a human pathogen, this organism has been determined to be the cause of skin infections, including furunculosis, i.e
Stock Photo #4128R-13932, Semliki forest virus fusion protein. Molecular model of the glycoprotein E1 from the Semliki forest virus. This protein is involved in the fusion of the virus with host cells.
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Semliki forest virus fusion protein. Molecular model of the glycoprotein E1 from the Semliki forest virus. This protein is in...
Semliki forest virus fusion protein. Molecular model of the glycoprotein E1 from the Semliki forest virus. This protein is involved in the fusion of the virus with host cells.
Stock Photo #4378-3010, Clusters of H1N1 virus particles.
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Clusters of H1N1 virus particles.
Stock Photo #4413-3904, Eye of a Prim'Holstein Cow with a fly France
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Eye of a Prim'Holstein Cow with a fly France
Stock Photo #4421-31345, Coral Spot Fungus (Nectria cinnabarina) fruiting bodies, growing on Sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus) twig, Powys, Wales, March
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Coral Spot Fungus (Nectria cinnabarina) fruiting bodies, growing on Sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus) twig, Powys, Wales, March
Stock Photo #4239R-8252, Microscopic view of Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Neisseria gonorrhoeae typically infects the mucous membranes causing infections such as urethritis, cervicitis, salpingitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, proctitis, conjunctivitis and pharyngitis.
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Microscopic view of Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Neisseria gonorrhoeae typically infects the mucous membranes causing infections su...
Microscopic view of Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Neisseria gonorrhoeae typically infects the mucous membranes causing infections such as urethritis, cervicitis, salpingitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, proctitis, conjunctivitis and pharyngitis.
Stock Photo #4378-4521, HIV Infection
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HIV Infection
Stock Photo #4048-6072, Smallpox viruses. A colorized transmission electron micrograph. 1975.
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Smallpox viruses. A colorized transmission electron micrograph. 1975.
Stock Photo #1815R-143691, Young woman holding petri dish with bacteria
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Stock Photo #4413-109884, Microscopic view of Amblyomma nymph female Tick
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Stock Photo #4378-4512, Neisseria meningitidis
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Neisseria meningitidis
Stock Photo #824-92377, GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH Photo essay. Genetics research laboratory. Gene therapy requires a gene-drug and a vector to carry it to the target cell. The study of these vectors (vectorology) has demonstrated that viruses can be useful. The pathogenic capacity of the virus is replaced by the gene-drug which is carried to the target cell by natural viral infection. Researchers are developing vectors belonging to several viral families (adenovirus, retrovirus, parvovirus, herpes viru
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GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH Photo essay. Genetics research laboratory. Gene therapy requires a gene-drug and a vecto...
GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH Photo essay. Genetics research laboratory. Gene therapy requires a gene-drug and a vector to carry it to the target cell. The study of these vectors (vectorology) has demonstrated that viruses can be useful. The pathogenic capacity of the virus is replaced by the gene-drug which is carried to the target cell by natural viral infection. Researchers are developing vectors belonging to several viral families (adenovirus, retrovirus, parvovirus, herpes viru
Stock Photo #4128R-21146, Satellite panicum mosaic virus particle
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Satellite panicum mosaic virus particle
Stock Photo #4378-5723, Legionella Pneumophila Bacteria
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Legionella Pneumophila Bacteria
Stock Photo #4378-4427, Salmonella Bacteria
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Salmonella Bacteria
Stock Photo #4175-808, Cholera bacteria in India
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Cholera bacteria in India
Stock Photo #4128R-13706, Virus research, conceptual computer artwork.
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Virus research, conceptual computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4421-31548, Silverleaf Fungus (Chondrostereum purpureum) fruiting bodies, growing on dead wood, Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve, Kent, England, december
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Silverleaf Fungus (Chondrostereum purpureum) fruiting bodies, growing on dead wood, Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve, Kent, England...
Silverleaf Fungus (Chondrostereum purpureum) fruiting bodies, growing on dead wood, Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve, Kent, England, december
Stock Photo #4239R-8283, Microscopic view of staphylococcus.
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Microscopic view of staphylococcus.
Stock Photo #4128R-15917, Bacillus subtilis bacteria, conceptual computer artwork.
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Bacillus subtilis bacteria, conceptual computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4239R-7948, Conceptual image of bacteria.
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Conceptual image of bacteria.
Stock Photo #4239R-7950, Microscopic view of bacteria.
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Microscopic view of bacteria.
Stock Photo #4378-2338, Group of vibrio cholerae bacteria which causes cholera.
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Group of vibrio cholerae bacteria which causes cholera.
Stock Photo #4378-2304, Clusters of 'superbug' (MRSA) bacteria.
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Clusters of 'superbug' (MRSA) bacteria.
Stock Photo #4384-118, Center for Disease Control (CDC) microbiologist, and Special Pathogens Branch staff member, Dr. Thomas Stevens, Jr. peers out through an air-tight portal from inside the organization?s Biosafety Level 4 (BSL-4) laboratory decontamination shower. The shower leads into the changing room, were laboratorians can disrobe and safely removing their air-tight suits.The Special Pathogens Branch's (SPB) charter is the study of highly infectious viruses, many of them causing hemorrhagic manifestations in h
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Center for Disease Control (CDC) microbiologist, and Special Pathogens Branch staff member, Dr. Thomas Stevens, Jr. peers out...
Center for Disease Control (CDC) microbiologist, and Special Pathogens Branch staff member, Dr. Thomas Stevens, Jr. peers out through an air-tight portal from inside the organization?s Biosafety Level 4 (BSL-4) laboratory decontamination shower. The shower leads into the changing room, were laboratorians can disrobe and safely removing their air-tight suits.The Special Pathogens Branch's (SPB) charter is the study of highly infectious viruses, many of them causing hemorrhagic manifestations in h
Stock Photo #4128R-34224, HIV-1 protease and inhibitor. Molecular model of the enzyme HIV-1 protease (pink and blue ribbons) bound to an inhibitor molecule (centre). This enzyme, from HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), cleaves viral polyproteins into functional proteins that are essential for viral assembly and infectivity. It is composed of two identical subunits. This molecule is a target for AIDS drugs.
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HIV-1 protease and inhibitor. Molecular model of the enzyme HIV-1 protease (pink and blue ribbons) bound to an inhibitor mole...
HIV-1 protease and inhibitor. Molecular model of the enzyme HIV-1 protease (pink and blue ribbons) bound to an inhibitor molecule (centre). This enzyme, from HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), cleaves viral polyproteins into functional proteins that are essential for viral assembly and infectivity. It is composed of two identical subunits. This molecule is a target for AIDS drugs.
Stock Photo #4384-167, Colonies of Brucella abortus bacteria, which have been cultivated on sheep?s blood agar (SBA), for a period of 48 hours. This bacteria is the cause of brucellosis in livestock. Brucella species are facultative, intracellular, gram-negative coccobacilli. Nine species of Brucella are currently defined by phenotypic and antigenic differences, in addition to differential host specificity. Known human pathogens: B. abortus, B. melitensis, B. suis, and B. canis. Eating or drinking contaminated milk pr
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Colonies of Brucella abortus bacteria, which have been cultivated on sheep?s blood agar (SBA), for a period of 48 hours. This...
Colonies of Brucella abortus bacteria, which have been cultivated on sheep?s blood agar (SBA), for a period of 48 hours. This bacteria is the cause of brucellosis in livestock. Brucella species are facultative, intracellular, gram-negative coccobacilli. Nine species of Brucella are currently defined by phenotypic and antigenic differences, in addition to differential host specificity. Known human pathogens: B. abortus, B. melitensis, B. suis, and B. canis. Eating or drinking contaminated milk pr
Stock Photo #4378-4445, Helicobacter pylori
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Helicobacter pylori
Stock Photo #4128R-34098, Hepatitis B virus capsid, molecular model. This virus, transmitted through infected bodily fluids or blood, causes the disease hepatitis B in humans, leading to acute liver inflammation. In viruses, the capsid is the protein shell that encloses the genetic material. A capsid consists of subunits called capsomeres that self-assemble to form the shell seen here. Here, this shell, approximately spherical in shape, has icosahedral symmetry. One of the functions of the capsid is to aid the transmissi
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Hepatitis B virus capsid, molecular model. This virus, transmitted through infected bodily fluids or blood, causes the diseas...
Hepatitis B virus capsid, molecular model. This virus, transmitted through infected bodily fluids or blood, causes the disease hepatitis B in humans, leading to acute liver inflammation. In viruses, the capsid is the protein shell that encloses the genetic material. A capsid consists of subunits called capsomeres that self-assemble to form the shell seen here. Here, this shell, approximately spherical in shape, has icosahedral symmetry. One of the functions of the capsid is to aid the transmissi
Stock Photo #4128R-33950, Interferon gamma, molecular model. Interferon gamma is produced by certain immune cells (T cells, dendritic cells and NK cells) as part of the immune response to invading pathogens and tumours. It is able to directly inhibit viral replication and also prompts neighbouring cells to produce protective enzymes and activates immune system cells.
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Interferon gamma, molecular model. Interferon gamma is produced by certain immune cells (T cells, dendritic cells and NK cell...
Interferon gamma, molecular model. Interferon gamma is produced by certain immune cells (T cells, dendritic cells and NK cells) as part of the immune response to invading pathogens and tumours. It is able to directly inhibit viral replication and also prompts neighbouring cells to produce protective enzymes and activates immune system cells.
Stock Photo #4239R-9447, Microscopic view of pancreatic cancer cells.
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Microscopic view of pancreatic cancer cells.
Stock Photo #4421-29632, Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) close-up of 150 year old trunk, with Phytophthora bleeding canker, Hanbury, Tutbury, Staffordshire, England, october
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Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) close-up of 150 year old trunk, with Phytophthora bleeding canker, Hanbury, Tutbury, ...
Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) close-up of 150 year old trunk, with Phytophthora bleeding canker, Hanbury, Tutbury, Staffordshire, England, october
Stock Photo #4239R-9411, Conceptual image of cancer virus.
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Conceptual image of cancer virus.
Stock Photo #4128R-14726, Flu virus, computer artwork.
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Flu virus, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4128R-14741, Streptococcus bacteria, computer artwork.
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Streptococcus bacteria, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4128R-19056, Giardia protozoa, computer artwork.
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Giardia protozoa, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4413-6659, Autopsy of a corpse of mallard duck Moselle France
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Autopsy of a corpse of mallard duck Moselle France
Stock Photo #4128R-31550, Avian flu virus, computer artwork. A virus is a tiny pathogenic particle comprising genetic material enclosed in a protein coat. The coat contains surface proteins (spikes). Flu viruses have two types of surface protein, called haemagglutinin (H) and neuraminidase (N). These exist in several subtypes, some of which are pathogenic in humans, like H5N1 or H7N9.The surface proteins are essential for the life cycle of the virus. Haemagglutinin allows the virus to bind to and enter a host cell, where
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Avian flu virus, computer artwork. A virus is a tiny pathogenic particle comprising genetic material enclosed in a protein co...
Avian flu virus, computer artwork. A virus is a tiny pathogenic particle comprising genetic material enclosed in a protein coat. The coat contains surface proteins (spikes). Flu viruses have two types of surface protein, called haemagglutinin (H) and neuraminidase (N). These exist in several subtypes, some of which are pathogenic in humans, like H5N1 or H7N9.The surface proteins are essential for the life cycle of the virus. Haemagglutinin allows the virus to bind to and enter a host cell, where
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 #1848-666579, Sliced cucumber with bio_hazard symbol, symbolic image for EHEC pathogens
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Sliced cucumber with bio_hazard symbol, symbolic image for EHEC pathogens
Stock Photo #4413-6708, Autopsy of a corpse of mallard duck Moselle France
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Autopsy of a corpse of mallard duck Moselle France
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 #4378-2779, Group of vibrio cholerae bacteria which causes cholera.
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Group of vibrio cholerae bacteria which causes cholera.
Stock Photo #4128R-4273, HIV virus particle, artwork
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HIV virus particle, artwork
Stock Photo #4378-2772, Clusters of H1N1 virus particles.
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Clusters of H1N1 virus particles.
Stock Photo #4239R-7962, Microscopic view of bacteriophage attacking bacteria.
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Microscopic view of bacteriophage attacking bacteria.
Stock Photo #4378-2460, Clusters of H1N1 virus particles.
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Clusters of H1N1 virus particles.
Stock Photo #4128R-10071, Hepatitis C virus, artwork
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Hepatitis C virus, artwork
Stock Photo #4378-3348, Rubella virus particles on a cellular surface. Rubella disease, commonly known as German measles, is the cause of congenital rubella syndrome when infection occurs during the first weeks of pregnancy.
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Rubella virus particles on a cellular surface. Rubella disease, commonly known as German measles, is the cause of congenital ...
Rubella virus particles on a cellular surface. Rubella disease, commonly known as German measles, is the cause of congenital rubella syndrome when infection occurs during the first weeks of pregnancy.
Stock Photo #4128R-10659, Poliovirus particle
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Poliovirus particle
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 #4128R-4548, Influenza viruses, TEM
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Influenza viruses, TEM
Stock Photo #4379-1515, Quality control test being conducted in a laboratory, Brunei
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Quality control test being conducted in a laboratory, Brunei
Stock Photo #4128R-22208, Medical nanobots. Computer artwork of nanobots attacking a virus particle.
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Medical nanobots. Computer artwork of nanobots attacking a virus particle.
Stock Photo #1848-200824, Tick Ixodida being removed with tick pincer
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Tick Ixodida being removed with tick pincer
Stock Photo #4378-4598, Borrelia burgdorferi
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Borrelia burgdorferi
Stock Photo #4128R-2829, H1N1 flu virus particle, artwork
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H1N1 flu virus particle, artwork
Stock Photo #4378-3810, Rubella virus particles on a cellular surface. Rubella disease, commonly known as German measles, is the cause of congenital rubella syndrome when infection occurs during the first weeks of pregnancy.
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Rubella virus particles on a cellular surface. Rubella disease, commonly known as German measles, is the cause of congenital ...
Rubella virus particles on a cellular surface. Rubella disease, commonly known as German measles, is the cause of congenital rubella syndrome when infection occurs during the first weeks of pregnancy.
Stock Photo #4413-171231, Night rat hunters with their trophies at night Bombay India
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Night rat hunters with their trophies at night Bombay India
Stock Photo #4413-34738, Southern Green Stink Bug larvae on flower France
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Southern Green Stink Bug larvae on flower France
Stock Photo #4239R-8320, Microscopic view of a group of Borrelia burgdorferi, the bacterial agent of Lyme disease transmitted by ticks.
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Microscopic view of a group of Borrelia burgdorferi, the bacterial agent of Lyme disease transmitted by ticks.
Stock Photo #4421-46179, Eurasian Badger (Meles meles) bovine tuberculosis vaccination scheme, badger in live trap being clipped and sprayed by Wildlife Trust personnel to mark it after being vaccinated, Shropshire, England, June
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Eurasian Badger (Meles meles) bovine tuberculosis vaccination scheme, badger in live trap being clipped and sprayed by Wildli...
Eurasian Badger (Meles meles) bovine tuberculosis vaccination scheme, badger in live trap being clipped and sprayed by Wildlife Trust personnel to mark it after being vaccinated, Shropshire, England, June
Stock Photo #4239R-8004, Microscopic view of HIV virus, cross section.
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Microscopic view of HIV virus, cross section.
Stock Photo #824-110945, LACTOBACILLUS. LACTOBACILLUS Lactobacillus is a non-pathogenic Gram-positive rod found in many dairy products. Lactobacilli can be used in medicine for their anti-diarrhea properties and to prevent digestive disorders subsequent to antibiotic therapy.
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LACTOBACILLUS. LACTOBACILLUS Lactobacillus is a non-pathogenic Gram-positive rod found in many dairy products. Lactobacilli c...
LACTOBACILLUS. LACTOBACILLUS Lactobacillus is a non-pathogenic Gram-positive rod found in many dairy products. Lactobacilli can be used in medicine for their anti-diarrhea properties and to prevent digestive disorders subsequent to antibiotic therapy.
Stock Photo #4378-3076, Structure of the Rotavirus (3GZU). Rotavirus is the most common cause of severe diarrhoea among infants and young children and is one of several viruses that cause infections often called stomach flu.
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Structure of the Rotavirus (3GZU). Rotavirus is the most common cause of severe diarrhoea among infants and young children an...
Structure of the Rotavirus (3GZU). Rotavirus is the most common cause of severe diarrhoea among infants and young children and is one of several viruses that cause infections often called stomach flu.
Stock Photo #4378-4519, Listeria Bacteria
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Listeria Bacteria
Stock Photo #4128R-21102, Satellite tobacco necrosis virus particle
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Satellite tobacco necrosis virus particle
Stock Photo #4269-27384, Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus. Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus bacteria (MRSA); Magnification 9560x. This strain of Gram-positif bacterium has developed wide-ranging antibiotic resistance such as methicillin, and are hospital pathogens.
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Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus. Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureu...
Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus. Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus bacteria (MRSA); Magnification 9560x. This strain of Gram-positif bacterium has developed wide-ranging antibiotic resistance such as methicillin, and are hospital pathogens.
Stock Photo #4128R-14725, Flu virus, computer artwork.
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Flu virus, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4128R-33767, Poliovirus particle, molecular model.
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Poliovirus particle, molecular model.
Stock Photo #4378-3999, Structure of West Nile Virus (PDB 3IYW). WNV is a virus of the family Flaviviridae and mainly infects birds, but is known to infect humans also. The main route of human infection is through the bite of an infected mosquito.
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Structure of West Nile Virus (PDB 3IYW). WNV is a virus of the family Flaviviridae and mainly infects birds, but is known to ...
Structure of West Nile Virus (PDB 3IYW). WNV is a virus of the family Flaviviridae and mainly infects birds, but is known to infect humans also. The main route of human infection is through the bite of an infected mosquito.
Stock Photo #4128R-10758, Adenovirus
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Stock Photo #4128R-14294, Tapeworm cysts in the brain. Magnetic resonance imaging MRI scan of an axial section through the brain of a 25 year old patient showing cysts neurocysticercosis, purple from a tapeworm infection. The cysts have been highlighted by the injection of gadolin
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Tapeworm cysts in the brain. Magnetic resonance imaging MRI scan of an axial section through the brain of a 25 year old patie...
Tapeworm cysts in the brain. Magnetic resonance imaging MRI scan of an axial section through the brain of a 25 year old patient showing cysts neurocysticercosis, purple from a tapeworm infection. The cysts have been highlighted by the injection of gadolin
Stock Photo #4128R-21444, Equine rhinitis A virus capsid, computer artwork. This virus causes respiratory disease in horses.
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Equine rhinitis A virus capsid, computer artwork. This virus causes respiratory disease in horses.
Stock Photo #4297-1791, Electron microscope image of Coxiella burnetii the bacteria that cause Q fever
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Electron microscope image of Coxiella burnetii the bacteria that cause Q fever
Stock Photo #4128R-14740, Streptococcus bacteria, computer artwork.
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Streptococcus bacteria, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4239R-8418, Microscopic view of HIV virus inside the lungs.
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Microscopic view of HIV virus inside the lungs.
Stock Photo #4259-3741, Chicken pox spots on stomach
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Stock Photo #4128R-22339, Virus particles, computer artwork.
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Virus particles, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4128R-30575, Virus particles, computer artwork.
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Stock Photo #4378-3765, The atomic structure of the Bluetongue Virus (PDB 2BTV) responsible for Bluetongue Disease or Catarrhal Fever.
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The atomic structure of the Bluetongue Virus (PDB 2BTV) responsible for Bluetongue Disease or Catarrhal Fever.
Stock Photo #4128R-14238, Computer artwork depicting a cluster of bacteria.
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Computer artwork depicting a cluster of bacteria.
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 #4128R-15983, Bacterial lung infection, conceptual computer artwork.
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Bacterial lung infection, conceptual computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4128R-3035, H1N1 flu virus particle, artwork
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H1N1 flu virus particle, artwork
Stock Photo #4378-4561, Helicobacter pylori
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Helicobacter pylori
Stock Photo #4378-5412, Legionella Pneumophila Bacteria
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Legionella Pneumophila Bacteria
Stock Photo #824-64838, GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH Photo essay. Genetics research laboratory. Gene therapy requires a gene-drug and a vector to carry it to the target cell. The study of these vectors (vectorology) has demonstrated that viruses can be useful. The pathogenic capacity of the virus is replaced by the gene-drug which is carried to the target cell by natural viral infection. Researchers are developing vectors belonging to several viral families (adenovirus, retrovirus, parvovirus, herpes viru
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GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH Photo essay. Genetics research laboratory. Gene therapy requires a gene-drug and a vecto...
GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH Photo essay. Genetics research laboratory. Gene therapy requires a gene-drug and a vector to carry it to the target cell. The study of these vectors (vectorology) has demonstrated that viruses can be useful. The pathogenic capacity of the virus is replaced by the gene-drug which is carried to the target cell by natural viral infection. Researchers are developing vectors belonging to several viral families (adenovirus, retrovirus, parvovirus, herpes viru
Stock Photo #4128R-6080, Legionella sp. bacteria, computer artwork
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Stock Photo #4128R-5619, HIV testing, conceptual artwork
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HIV testing, conceptual artwork
Stock Photo #4128R-31029, Nanorobots attacking pathogen, conceptual computer artwork.
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Nanorobots attacking pathogen, conceptual computer artwork.
Stock Photo #1829-57306, Girl with mask under a tree
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Girl with mask under a tree
Stock Photo #4128R-14756, Flu virus, computer artwork.
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Flu virus, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #824-32895, HELICOBACTER HEILMANNII. HELICOBACTER HEILMANNII Helicobacter heilmannii is a pathogenic bacteria that may be involved in the development of stomach ulcers. This is a transmission electron microscopy. At high magnification (x130,000) the insertion of the bacterial flagella (filaments enabling bacterial motility) can be seen in the bacterial wall.
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HELICOBACTER HEILMANNII. HELICOBACTER HEILMANNII Helicobacter heilmannii is a pathogenic bacteria that may be involved in the...
HELICOBACTER HEILMANNII. HELICOBACTER HEILMANNII Helicobacter heilmannii is a pathogenic bacteria that may be involved in the development of stomach ulcers. This is a transmission electron microscopy. At high magnification (x130,000) the insertion of the bacterial flagella (filaments enabling bacterial motility) can be seen in the bacterial wall.
Stock Photo #4128R-15836, Computer artwork depicting two bacteria in wireframe style.
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Computer artwork depicting two bacteria in wireframe style.
Stock Photo #4378-4555, Trichomonas Vaginalis
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Trichomonas Vaginalis
Stock Photo #4378-4508, Streptococcus pneumoniae
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Streptococcus pneumoniae
Stock Photo #4378-5291, Legionella Pneumophila Bacteria
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Legionella Pneumophila Bacteria
Stock Photo #4128R-33932, Foot-and-mouth disease virus. Molecular model of the foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) virus Aphtae epizooticae, with antibodies (immunoglobulins, yellow) attached to the virus's outer protein coat (capsid). FMD affects cloven-hooved mammals, commonly cattle and pigs, and is highly contagious. Antibodies are created by an animal's immune system to identify and neutralize foreign objects (antigens), such as bacteria and viruses. Each antibody is specific to a particular antigen. A specialised region (
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Foot-and-mouth disease virus. Molecular model of the foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) virus Aphtae epizooticae, with antibodies (...
Foot-and-mouth disease virus. Molecular model of the foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) virus Aphtae epizooticae, with antibodies (immunoglobulins, yellow) attached to the virus's outer protein coat (capsid). FMD affects cloven-hooved mammals, commonly cattle and pigs, and is highly contagious. Antibodies are created by an animal's immune system to identify and neutralize foreign objects (antigens), such as bacteria and viruses. Each antibody is specific to a particular antigen. A specialised region (
Stock Photo #4379-1509, Quality control test being conducted in a laboratory, Brunei
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Quality control test being conducted in a laboratory, Brunei
Stock Photo #4378-4448, Sleeping Sickness Infection
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Sleeping Sickness Infection
Stock Photo #4128R-32069, Computer artwork of a generic virus particle, depicting virus types like corona, bird flu, aids, influenza, swine flu and herpes.
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Computer artwork of a generic virus particle, depicting virus types like corona, bird flu, aids, influenza, swine flu and her...
Computer artwork of a generic virus particle, depicting virus types like corona, bird flu, aids, influenza, swine flu and herpes.
Stock Photo #4175-4885, Magendrcken
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Magendrcken
Stock Photo #4239R-8046, Influenza virus, glassy look.
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Influenza virus, glassy look.
Stock Photo #4128R-4393, Vaccinia virus particles, TEM
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Vaccinia virus particles, TEM
Stock Photo #1850-48823, Fraxinus excelsior, Ash.
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Fraxinus excelsior, Ash.
Stock Photo #4128R-21210, Nudaurelia capensis omega virus particle
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Nudaurelia capensis omega virus particle
Stock Photo #4239R-9413, Conceptual image of coxsackievirus.
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Conceptual image of coxsackievirus.
Stock Photo #4269-27966, Virus de la grippe A H1N1. Transmission Electron Micrograph (TEM) of the swine flu virus. The Swine flu virus is a strain H1N1 of influenza type A virus (orthomyxovirus) causing respiratory diseases to swines. Further to mutations and recombinaison with other influenza type A viruses (like avaian or human influenza), new strains transmissible from animals to humans and pathogenic to them can be created.
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Virus de la grippe A H1N1. Transmission Electron Micrograph (TEM) of the swine flu virus. The Swine flu virus is a strain H1N...
Virus de la grippe A H1N1. Transmission Electron Micrograph (TEM) of the swine flu virus. The Swine flu virus is a strain H1N1 of influenza type A virus (orthomyxovirus) causing respiratory diseases to swines. Further to mutations and recombinaison with other influenza type A viruses (like avaian or human influenza), new strains transmissible from animals to humans and pathogenic to them can be created.
Stock Photo #4239R-9428, Conceptual image of polyomavirus.
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Conceptual image of polyomavirus.
Stock Photo #4128R-22202, HPV infection. Computer artwork of human papillomavirus particles in the bloodstream.
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HPV infection. Computer artwork of human papillomavirus particles in the bloodstream.
Stock Photo #4128R-33758, Semliki forest virus capsid, molecular model. This virus, named for the forest in Uganda where it was identified, is spread by the bite of mosquitoes. It can infect both humans and animals. In viruses, the capsid is the protein shell that encloses the genetic material. A capsid consists of subunits called capsomeres that self-assemble to form the shell seen here. Here, this shell, approximately spherical in shape, has icosahedral symmetry. One of the functions of the capsid is to aid the transmi
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Semliki forest virus capsid, molecular model. This virus, named for the forest in Uganda where it was identified, is spread b...
Semliki forest virus capsid, molecular model. This virus, named for the forest in Uganda where it was identified, is spread by the bite of mosquitoes. It can infect both humans and animals. In viruses, the capsid is the protein shell that encloses the genetic material. A capsid consists of subunits called capsomeres that self-assemble to form the shell seen here. Here, this shell, approximately spherical in shape, has icosahedral symmetry. One of the functions of the capsid is to aid the transmi
Stock Photo #4378-2520, Group of vibrio cholerae bacteria which causes cholera.
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Group of vibrio cholerae bacteria which causes cholera.
Stock Photo #4128R-15649, Escherichia coli bacteria, computer artwork.
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Escherichia coli bacteria, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4297-1468, Aedes albopictus mosquito feeding on human blood. This mosquito is an epidemiologically important vector for the transmission of many viral pathogens
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Aedes albopictus mosquito feeding on human blood. This mosquito is an epidemiologically important vector for the transmission...
Aedes albopictus mosquito feeding on human blood. This mosquito is an epidemiologically important vector for the transmission of many viral pathogens
Stock Photo #4421-46173, Eurasian Badger (Meles meles) bovine tuberculosis vaccination scheme, badger in live trap being clipped and sprayed by Wildlife Trust personnel to mark it after being vaccinated, Shropshire, England, June
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Eurasian Badger (Meles meles) bovine tuberculosis vaccination scheme, badger in live trap being clipped and sprayed by Wildli...
Eurasian Badger (Meles meles) bovine tuberculosis vaccination scheme, badger in live trap being clipped and sprayed by Wildlife Trust personnel to mark it after being vaccinated, Shropshire, England, June
Stock Photo #4421-29637, Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) close-up of fruit and leaves, effected with Phytophthora Bleeding Canker disease, Norfolk, England, august
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Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) close-up of fruit and leaves, effected with Phytophthora Bleeding Canker disease, Nor...
Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) close-up of fruit and leaves, effected with Phytophthora Bleeding Canker disease, Norfolk, England, august
Stock Photo #4239R-8387, Microscopic view of phagocytic macrophages, which are involved in the immune response within the body.
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Microscopic view of phagocytic macrophages, which are involved in the immune response within the body.
Stock Photo #4239R-8065, Virus landing on cell membrane.
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Virus landing on cell membrane.
Stock Photo #4378-4599, Sleeping Sickness Infection
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Sleeping Sickness Infection
Stock Photo #4175-439, Investment anxiety cross virus pay infection tdlich number Paragraph Digits
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Investment anxiety cross virus pay infection tdlich number Paragraph Digits
Stock Photo #4128R-10604, Coxsackie B3 virus particle
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Coxsackie B3 virus particle
Stock Photo #4239R-9410, Conceptual image of cancer virus.
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Conceptual image of cancer virus.
Stock Photo #4128R-34271, Antibiotic testing.
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Antibiotic testing.
Stock Photo #4048-6181, Avian influenza A (H5N1) virions. Although this virus does not typically infect humans, in 1997, the first instance of direct bird-to-human spread of influenza A (H5N1) virus was documented in Hong Kong.
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Avian influenza A (H5N1) virions. Although this virus does not typically infect humans, in 1997, the first instance of direct...
Avian influenza A (H5N1) virions. Although this virus does not typically infect humans, in 1997, the first instance of direct bird-to-human spread of influenza A (H5N1) virus was documented in Hong Kong.
Stock Photo #4128R-20836, Virus particle, artwork
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Virus particle, artwork

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