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Stock Photo #824-81628, SKELETAL MUSCLE, ILLUSTRATION. Fascicle muscle. Representation of a fascicle muscle a muscle is constituted of various fascicle muscles constituted of various fiber muscles largely vascularized.
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SKELETAL MUSCLE, ILLUSTRATION. Fascicle muscle. Representation of a fascicle muscle a muscle is constituted of various fascic...
SKELETAL MUSCLE, ILLUSTRATION. Fascicle muscle. Representation of a fascicle muscle a muscle is constituted of various fascicle muscles constituted of various fiber muscles largely vascularized.
Stock Photo #1589R-69127, Young mixed race man with bare chest on grass with cell phone
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Stock Photo #824-43565, STEM CELL. STEM CELL Three types of stem cells exist. Totipotent (totally potent) stem cells, present within th early embryo, are capable of forming every type of body cell. Pluripotent cells (also called embryonic stem cells) and multipotent cells (also called somatic or adult stem cells) are differentiated to varying degrees and produce specialized cells. Stem cells in the umbilical cord are hematopoietic. They are differentiated or specialized, adult stem cells that are committed to making
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STEM CELL. STEM CELL Three types of stem cells exist. Totipotent (totally potent) stem cells, present within th early embryo,...
STEM CELL. STEM CELL Three types of stem cells exist. Totipotent (totally potent) stem cells, present within th early embryo, are capable of forming every type of body cell. Pluripotent cells (also called embryonic stem cells) and multipotent cells (also called somatic or adult stem cells) are differentiated to varying degrees and produce specialized cells. Stem cells in the umbilical cord are hematopoietic. They are differentiated or specialized, adult stem cells that are committed to making
Stock Photo #824-121400, Illustration of the nerve roots of the spinal nerves coming out of the vertebrae. The anterior ramus will innervate the muscles as well as the structure of the members and the lateral and ventral parts of the trunk. The posterior ramus will innervate deep muscles and the back's skin. Anterior roots leave the communicating rami and join the sympathetic trunk's glands on each side of the vertebral body.
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Illustration of the nerve roots of the spinal nerves coming out of the vertebrae. The anterior ramus will innervate the muscl...
Illustration of the nerve roots of the spinal nerves coming out of the vertebrae. The anterior ramus will innervate the muscles as well as the structure of the members and the lateral and ventral parts of the trunk. The posterior ramus will innervate deep muscles and the back's skin. Anterior roots leave the communicating rami and join the sympathetic trunk's glands on each side of the vertebral body.
Stock Photo #4128R-36724, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #1832R-8592, Smooth muscle tissue
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Stock Photo #4128R-33838, Calcium pumping ATPase enzyme. Molecular model of the ATPase enzyme that pumps calcium in and out of muscle cells and controls muscle contractions. The name ATPase refers to this enzyme's ability to break up the ATP (adenosine triphosphate) molecule and release energy. This ATPase uses the energy to pump calcium ions in and out of muscle cells, and is found in muscle cell membranes. Calcium ions are central to the process of muscle contraction.
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Calcium pumping ATPase enzyme. Molecular model of the ATPase enzyme that pumps calcium in and out of muscle cells and control...
Calcium pumping ATPase enzyme. Molecular model of the ATPase enzyme that pumps calcium in and out of muscle cells and controls muscle contractions. The name ATPase refers to this enzyme's ability to break up the ATP (adenosine triphosphate) molecule and release energy. This ATPase uses the energy to pump calcium ions in and out of muscle cells, and is found in muscle cell membranes. Calcium ions are central to the process of muscle contraction.
Stock Photo #1830-68666, Woman Sitting in Back Seat of Automobile
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Stock Photo #1804R-3260, Young man in bed, working on laptop
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Stock Photo #4128R-33729, Calcium-binding protein. Molecule model of the calcium-binding protein calmodulin (CaM). This protein is found in all eukaryotic cells, where it regulates and modifies the activities of many calcium-binding enzymes. Cellular processes that CaM affects include muscle contraction, inflammation, immune response and memory.
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Calcium-binding protein. Molecule model of the calcium-binding protein calmodulin (CaM). This protein is found in all eukaryo...
Calcium-binding protein. Molecule model of the calcium-binding protein calmodulin (CaM). This protein is found in all eukaryotic cells, where it regulates and modifies the activities of many calcium-binding enzymes. Cellular processes that CaM affects include muscle contraction, inflammation, immune response and memory.
Stock Photo #1830-68560, Group of Friends Hanging Out
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Stock Photo #824-67224, SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. Striated muscle fiber in contraction. The name striated muscle comes from the alternating of light_colored bands containing only thin filaments actin and dark_colored bands containing both thin filaments and thick ones myosin. The movement of actin
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SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. Striated muscle fiber in contraction. The name striated muscle comes from the alternating of light_colo...
SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. Striated muscle fiber in contraction. The name striated muscle comes from the alternating of light_colored bands containing only thin filaments actin and dark_colored bands containing both thin filaments and thick ones myosin. The movement of actin
Stock Photo #1566-1352514, Man listening to music with headphones on a street.
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Stock Photo #1795R-18727, Football player looking at cell phone in locker room
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Stock Photo #4128R-36728, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #4128R-36722, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #1647R-228782, Young woman standing in front of window using mobile phone
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Stock Photo #824-72136, HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. (Cf. image 0212106 for the numbers) 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septum lucidum. 4. Thalamus. 5. Mamillary body. 6.Mesencephalon. 7. Pons. 8. Medulla oblongata. 9. Spinal cord. 10. Cerbellum. 11. Frontal sinus. 12. Ethmoid cells. 13. Concha. 14. Sphenoidal sinus. 15. Genioglossus muscle, tongue. 16. Mandible. 17. Rhinopharynx. 18. Oropharynx. 19. Laryngopharynx. 20. Trachea. 21. Soft palate. 22. Bone of the skull. 2
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HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. (Cf. image 0212106 for the numbers) 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septum...
HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. (Cf. image 0212106 for the numbers) 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septum lucidum. 4. Thalamus. 5. Mamillary body. 6.Mesencephalon. 7. Pons. 8. Medulla oblongata. 9. Spinal cord. 10. Cerbellum. 11. Frontal sinus. 12. Ethmoid cells. 13. Concha. 14. Sphenoidal sinus. 15. Genioglossus muscle, tongue. 16. Mandible. 17. Rhinopharynx. 18. Oropharynx. 19. Laryngopharynx. 20. Trachea. 21. Soft palate. 22. Bone of the skull. 2
Stock Photo #4268R-6443, Illustration of different types of cells, nerve cells, red blood cell, muscle cell, and guard cells of a leaf
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Illustration of different types of cells, nerve cells, red blood cell, muscle cell, and guard cells of a leaf
Stock Photo #1566-399605, Skeletal muscle, striated muscle, cross section, colagen, locomotion, 400 X optical microscope, photomicrography , histology.
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Skeletal muscle, striated muscle, cross section, colagen, locomotion, 400 X optical microscope, photomicrography , histology.
Stock Photo #824-68266, HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septum lucidum. 4. Thalamus. 5. Mamillary body. 6.Mesencephalon. 7. Pons. 8. Medulla oblongata. 9. Spinal cord. 10. Cerbellum. 11. Frontal sinus. 12. Ethmoid cells. 13. Concha. 14. Sphenoidal sinus. 15. Genioglossus muscle, tongue. 16. Mandible. 17. Rhinopharynx. 18. Oropharynx. 19. Laryngopharynx. 20. Trachea. 21. Soft palate. 22. Bone of the skull. 23. Internal cerebral vein, Great cere
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HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septum lucidum. 4. Thalamus. 5. Mamillary ...
HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septum lucidum. 4. Thalamus. 5. Mamillary body. 6.Mesencephalon. 7. Pons. 8. Medulla oblongata. 9. Spinal cord. 10. Cerbellum. 11. Frontal sinus. 12. Ethmoid cells. 13. Concha. 14. Sphenoidal sinus. 15. Genioglossus muscle, tongue. 16. Mandible. 17. Rhinopharynx. 18. Oropharynx. 19. Laryngopharynx. 20. Trachea. 21. Soft palate. 22. Bone of the skull. 23. Internal cerebral vein, Great cere
Stock Photo #1804R-11393, Young man laying on a bed talking on a mobile phone, close-up
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Stock Photo #824-56948, BLOOD CAPILLARY, DRAWING. In the center, cross_section of capillaries. Above, cross_section of a muscle. Below, cross_section of a nerve a neuraxon
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BLOOD CAPILLARY, DRAWING. In the center, cross_section of capillaries. Above, cross_section of a muscle. Below, cross_section...
BLOOD CAPILLARY, DRAWING. In the center, cross_section of capillaries. Above, cross_section of a muscle. Below, cross_section of a nerve a neuraxon
Stock Photo #824-41816, CELL THERAPY, ILLUSTRATION. For the following reasons, adult stem cells may eventually prove to be better for cell therapy than embryonic stem cells: their greater availability in adult tissue, the absence of immune_response rejection, their decreased disposition for tumors. Removed
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CELL THERAPY, ILLUSTRATION. For the following reasons, adult stem cells may eventually prove to be better for cell therapy th...
CELL THERAPY, ILLUSTRATION. For the following reasons, adult stem cells may eventually prove to be better for cell therapy than embryonic stem cells: their greater availability in adult tissue, the absence of immune_response rejection, their decreased disposition for tumors. Removed
Stock Photo #1558-81662, Hall, gangster couple, man, upper bodies, freely, sun glass, weapon, sport cars, Cell phone, telephones Series, warehouse, garage, parking structure, car, sport car, Corvette, red, gangsters, couple, woman, 20-30 years, fashion, Fashion, style, Lifesty
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Hall, gangster couple, man, upper bodies, freely, sun glass, weapon, sport cars, Cell phone, telephones Series, warehouse, ga...
Hall, gangster couple, man, upper bodies, freely, sun glass, weapon, sport cars, Cell phone, telephones Series, warehouse, garage, parking structure, car, sport car, Corvette, red, gangsters, couple, woman, 20-30 years, fashion, Fashion, style, Lifesty
Stock Photo #1804R-3399, Young man in bed, working on laptop
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Stock Photo #1804R-10862, Young man laying on a bed talking on a mobile phone
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Stock Photo #824-49013, GENETIC FOOTPRINT. GENETIC FOOTPRINT DNA holds the genetic data for every living organism and can serve to create a genetic fingerprint for each individual. DNA from any biological sample such as muscle, hair roots, blood, brain, mouth cells, liver, etc can be isolated and analyzed. The genetic fingerprint for an individual is the same regardless of the DNA sample’s source. Excepting identical twins, every genetic fingerprint is unique. It is thus useful in identifying criminals, in paternity
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GENETIC FOOTPRINT. GENETIC FOOTPRINT DNA holds the genetic data for every living organism and can serve to create a genetic f...
GENETIC FOOTPRINT. GENETIC FOOTPRINT DNA holds the genetic data for every living organism and can serve to create a genetic fingerprint for each individual. DNA from any biological sample such as muscle, hair roots, blood, brain, mouth cells, liver, etc can be isolated and analyzed. The genetic fingerprint for an individual is the same regardless of the DNA sample’s source. Excepting identical twins, every genetic fingerprint is unique. It is thus useful in identifying criminals, in paternity
Stock Photo #1829-55874, Smiling Woman with Glasses Using Cell Phone
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Stock Photo #4128R-22520, Skeletal muscle fibres. Light micrograph of skeletal muscle fibres showing the characteristic banding. Cell nuclei are yellow and red blood cells, in capillaries in the endomycium, are red. Magnification: x200 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.
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Skeletal muscle fibres. Light micrograph of skeletal muscle fibres showing the characteristic banding. Cell nuclei are yellow...
Skeletal muscle fibres. Light micrograph of skeletal muscle fibres showing the characteristic banding. Cell nuclei are yellow and red blood cells, in capillaries in the endomycium, are red. Magnification: x200 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.
Stock Photo #1804R-11308, Young man laying on a bed talking on a mobile phone, close-up
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Stock Photo #1804R-10662, Young man laying on a bed talking on a mobile phone
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Stock Photo #4269-6781, Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of the skeletal muscle also called musculus skeleti of a hamster tongue. Magnification x11200.
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Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of the skeletal muscle also called musculus skeleti of a hamster tongue. Magnification...
Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of the skeletal muscle also called musculus skeleti of a hamster tongue. Magnification x11200.
Stock Photo #1829-54776, Smiling Young Woman Looking at Cell Phone
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Stock Photo #824-86137, SKIN, ILLUSTRATION. SKIN, ILLUSTRATION Skin. Cross-section of the skin, showing its constituent elements: - the three layers of the epidermis (pavimentous epithelium, keratocytes and stratum germinativum), with a close-up of the keratocytes, a melanocyte (blue), and the stratum germiativum (pink), - the dermis, including the hair follicle (brown) and its sebaceous gland, sweat glands (purple), sensory receptors (green) and blood vessels (red and blue), - the hypodermis (yellow).
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SKIN, ILLUSTRATION. SKIN, ILLUSTRATION Skin. Cross-section of the skin, showing its constituent elements: - the three layers ...
SKIN, ILLUSTRATION. SKIN, ILLUSTRATION Skin. Cross-section of the skin, showing its constituent elements: - the three layers of the epidermis (pavimentous epithelium, keratocytes and stratum germinativum), with a close-up of the keratocytes, a melanocyte (blue), and the stratum germiativum (pink), - the dermis, including the hair follicle (brown) and its sebaceous gland, sweat glands (purple), sensory receptors (green) and blood vessels (red and blue), - the hypodermis (yellow).
Stock Photo #1566-399606, Skeletal muscle, striated muscle, cross section, colagen, locomotion, 100 X optical microscope, photomicrography , histology.
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Stock Photo #4029R-153349, Young man laying on a bed talking on a mobile phone, close-up
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Stock Photo #4123-9634, Woman taking pic of man
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Stock Photo #4029R-107485, a hot fit male with a white dress shirt on talking on a cell phone
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Stock Photo #824-66622, HANDICAPPED PERSON. HANDICAPPED PERSON Photo essay. Man suffering from juvenile pseudomyopathic spinal muscular atrophy (WOHLFART-KUGELBERG-WELANDER syndrome). This rare hereditary disease is due to the degeneration of anterior horn cells. A hereditary motor neuropathy (genetic neurological disease causing walking problems, etc.), it is classified into three types, depending on severity, age of onset and repercussions of the disease.
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HANDICAPPED PERSON. HANDICAPPED PERSON Photo essay. Man suffering from juvenile pseudomyopathic spinal muscular atrophy (WOHL...
HANDICAPPED PERSON. HANDICAPPED PERSON Photo essay. Man suffering from juvenile pseudomyopathic spinal muscular atrophy (WOHLFART-KUGELBERG-WELANDER syndrome). This rare hereditary disease is due to the degeneration of anterior horn cells. A hereditary motor neuropathy (genetic neurological disease causing walking problems, etc.), it is classified into three types, depending on severity, age of onset and repercussions of the disease.
Stock Photo #824-17472, CARDIAC MARKER. Illustration on the dosage of cardiac enzymes. Anterolateral myocardial infarction. The dosage of cardiac enzymes myoglobin, creatine kinase and troponin enable to confirm the diagnosis of myocardial infarction. Indeed, in case of an infarction, the dead cardiac cells release the enzymes they contain in the blood.
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CARDIAC MARKER. Illustration on the dosage of cardiac enzymes. Anterolateral myocardial infarction. The dosage of cardiac enz...
CARDIAC MARKER. Illustration on the dosage of cardiac enzymes. Anterolateral myocardial infarction. The dosage of cardiac enzymes myoglobin, creatine kinase and troponin enable to confirm the diagnosis of myocardial infarction. Indeed, in case of an infarction, the dead cardiac cells release the enzymes they contain in the blood.
Stock Photo #1773-184857, Photomicrograph of a tissue section of esophagus
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Stock Photo #4128R-36732, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #824-129441, Illustration of Charcot’s disease. This disease is the result of motor neuron degeneration. Motor neurons are nerve cells that work as control units and communication links between the nervous system and voluntary muscles. Motor neurons located in the brain (superior motor neurons) transmit nerve impulses to motor neurons in the spinal cord (inferior motor neurons) , as well as to particular muscles. With Charcot’s disease, the superior motor neurons (bulbar) and inferior motor neurons (spinal)
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Illustration of Charcot’s disease. This disease is the result of motor neuron degeneration. Motor neurons are nerve cells tha...
Illustration of Charcot’s disease. This disease is the result of motor neuron degeneration. Motor neurons are nerve cells that work as control units and communication links between the nervous system and voluntary muscles. Motor neurons located in the brain (superior motor neurons) transmit nerve impulses to motor neurons in the spinal cord (inferior motor neurons) , as well as to particular muscles. With Charcot’s disease, the superior motor neurons (bulbar) and inferior motor neurons (spinal)
Stock Photo #1829-59809, Two Young Women Lying on Blanket
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Stock Photo #824-122813, Illustration of the patellar reflex. On the left, an illustration of the nerve signal with, in blue, the journey of the afferent impulse from the muscle spindle in the muscle near the bone marrow, counterbalanced by the efferent impulse response (red) which triggers muscle contraction, resisting and opposing stretching, and the efferent impulse (purple) which prevents the antagonistic muscle contracting. The leg remains static. On the right, an illustration of the actors in the patellar reflex.
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Illustration of the patellar reflex. On the left, an illustration of the nerve signal with, in blue, the journey of the affer...
Illustration of the patellar reflex. On the left, an illustration of the nerve signal with, in blue, the journey of the afferent impulse from the muscle spindle in the muscle near the bone marrow, counterbalanced by the efferent impulse response (red) which triggers muscle contraction, resisting and opposing stretching, and the efferent impulse (purple) which prevents the antagonistic muscle contracting. The leg remains static. On the right, an illustration of the actors in the patellar reflex.
Stock Photo #824-81626, SKELETAL MUSCLE, ILLUSTRATION. Representation of a muscle fiber. We can see various myofibrils constituted of myofilaments of actin and myosin red and purple points. We also see various sarcomeres represented on the section of the muscle fiber.
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SKELETAL MUSCLE, ILLUSTRATION. Representation of a muscle fiber. We can see various myofibrils constituted of myofilaments of...
SKELETAL MUSCLE, ILLUSTRATION. Representation of a muscle fiber. We can see various myofibrils constituted of myofilaments of actin and myosin red and purple points. We also see various sarcomeres represented on the section of the muscle fiber.
Stock Photo #824-65552, HANDICAPPED PERSON. HANDICAPPED PERSON Photo essay. Man suffering from juvenile pseudomyopathic spinal muscular atrophy (WOHLFART-KUGELBERG-WELANDER syndrome). This rare hereditary disease is due to the degeneration of anterior horn cells. A hereditary motor neuropathy (genetic neurological disease causing walking problems, etc.), it is classified into three types, depending on severity, age of onset and repercussions of the disease.
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HANDICAPPED PERSON. HANDICAPPED PERSON Photo essay. Man suffering from juvenile pseudomyopathic spinal muscular atrophy (WOHL...
HANDICAPPED PERSON. HANDICAPPED PERSON Photo essay. Man suffering from juvenile pseudomyopathic spinal muscular atrophy (WOHLFART-KUGELBERG-WELANDER syndrome). This rare hereditary disease is due to the degeneration of anterior horn cells. A hereditary motor neuropathy (genetic neurological disease causing walking problems, etc.), it is classified into three types, depending on severity, age of onset and repercussions of the disease.
Stock Photo #4128R-34030, Acetylcholine receptor. Molecular model showing the structure of a nicotinic acetlycholine receptor. This receptor, for the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, controls electrical signalling between nerve and muscle cells. Attachment of an acetlycholine molecule triggers the rotation of proteins on the opposite side of the pore, opening it to allow the molecule through.
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Acetylcholine receptor. Molecular model showing the structure of a nicotinic acetlycholine receptor. This receptor, for the n...
Acetylcholine receptor. Molecular model showing the structure of a nicotinic acetlycholine receptor. This receptor, for the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, controls electrical signalling between nerve and muscle cells. Attachment of an acetlycholine molecule triggers the rotation of proteins on the opposite side of the pore, opening it to allow the molecule through.
Stock Photo #4128R-36734, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #1439R-1159994, Young man eating ice lolly on vacation, portrait
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Stock Photo #1439R-1160946, Daughter photographing father with smartphone
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Stock Photo #1829-50252, Two Young Men in Car
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Stock Photo #1824R-71509, Woman with cell phone tucked in her waistband
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Stock Photo #4269-24720, Artery. Artery section Wall (in grey) : collagen fibres and muscle cells Cnter (in red) : red blood cells
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Stock Photo #824-85910, SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. A partially contracted striated muscle fiber. This type of fiber is composed of two myofilaments. The yellow bands are anchored on the dark blue striations which only contain fine filaments made of actin. The wide blue bands with yellow striations contain
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SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. A partially contracted striated muscle fiber. This type of fiber is composed of two myofilaments. The y...
SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. A partially contracted striated muscle fiber. This type of fiber is composed of two myofilaments. The yellow bands are anchored on the dark blue striations which only contain fine filaments made of actin. The wide blue bands with yellow striations contain
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Stock Photo #4128R-36723, Computer artwork of firing nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of firing nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the centr...
Computer artwork of firing nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #4128R-18226, Nandrolone, molecular model. Anabolic steroid used to increase muscle growth, stimulate appetite and increase red blood cell production. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour_coded: carbon grey, hydrogen white and oxygen red.
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Nandrolone, molecular model. Anabolic steroid used to increase muscle growth, stimulate appetite and increase red blood cell production. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour_coded: carbon grey, hydrogen white and oxygen red.
Stock Photo #824-90828, SMOOTH MUSCLE, TEM. Cross_section of smooth muscle fibres. This type of fibre makes up the walls of certain hollow organs stomach, intestin, uterus, bladder, etc. and also is present in the iris and the ciliary muscles. Their contractions are involuntary and slow. As oppos
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SMOOTH MUSCLE, TEM. Cross_section of smooth muscle fibres. This type of fibre makes up the walls of certain hollow organs sto...
SMOOTH MUSCLE, TEM. Cross_section of smooth muscle fibres. This type of fibre makes up the walls of certain hollow organs stomach, intestin, uterus, bladder, etc. and also is present in the iris and the ciliary muscles. Their contractions are involuntary and slow. As oppos
Stock Photo #4269-6782, Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of the skeletal muscle also called musculus skeleti of a hamster tongue. Magnification x11200.
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Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of the skeletal muscle also called musculus skeleti of a hamster tongue. Magnification...
Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of the skeletal muscle also called musculus skeleti of a hamster tongue. Magnification x11200.
Stock Photo #4128R-13957, Myoglobin, molecular model. Myoglobin is a protein found in muscle cells that stores oxygen.
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Stock Photo #824-100104, GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH 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 virus…) Here the red
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GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH Genetics research laboratory. Gene therapy requires a gene-drug and a vector to carry it...
GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH 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 virus…) Here the red
Stock Photo #1824R-100650, Woman photographing man flexing muscles
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Stock Photo #4128R-28854, Head anatomy, computer artwork.
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Stock Photo #4029R-339476, Young man laying on a bed talking on a mobile phone
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Stock Photo #4128R-36727, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #824-121404, Cross-section illustration of skin with the epidermis on the surface, made up of layers of keratinocytes, the dermis in which are found the structures of the skin such as the hair follicle, the sebaceous gland (yellow, next to the follicle), the arrector pili muscle, the sweat gland (purple, on the right), the blood vessels, as well as the free nerve endings (yellow), then the hypodermis made up of adipose cells (yellow).
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Cross-section illustration of skin with the epidermis on the surface, made up of layers of keratinocytes, the dermis in which...
Cross-section illustration of skin with the epidermis on the surface, made up of layers of keratinocytes, the dermis in which are found the structures of the skin such as the hair follicle, the sebaceous gland (yellow, next to the follicle), the arrector pili muscle, the sweat gland (purple, on the right), the blood vessels, as well as the free nerve endings (yellow), then the hypodermis made up of adipose cells (yellow).
Stock Photo #824-78991, ESOPHAGEAL LEIOMYOMA, X_RAY. Esophageal leiomyoma. Sagittal thoracic x_ray. Leiomyoma is a benign tumor of smooth muscle cells. It is the most frequent of esophagus tumors.
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ESOPHAGEAL LEIOMYOMA, X_RAY. Esophageal leiomyoma. Sagittal thoracic x_ray. Leiomyoma is a benign tumor of smooth muscle cell...
ESOPHAGEAL LEIOMYOMA, X_RAY. Esophageal leiomyoma. Sagittal thoracic x_ray. Leiomyoma is a benign tumor of smooth muscle cells. It is the most frequent of esophagus tumors.
Stock Photo #1779R-3582, Women admiring muscular man
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Stock Photo #824-17483, PAIN, DRAWING. PAIN, DRAWING Pain activation and inhibition. Illustration of the circuit of pain activation (left) and inhibition (right). - Activation: through the effects of a nociceptive stimulus (wound, burn, inflammation, etc.), a nerve impulse is slowly transmitted by the nerve fibers to the spinal wide dynamic range neurons, then to the brain stem, through the hypothalamus, thalamus and cortex, for cognitive factors, or directly to the brain stem, for sensory factors. - Inhibiti
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PAIN, DRAWING. PAIN, DRAWING Pain activation and inhibition. Illustration of the circuit of pain activation (left) and inhibi...
PAIN, DRAWING. PAIN, DRAWING Pain activation and inhibition. Illustration of the circuit of pain activation (left) and inhibition (right). - Activation: through the effects of a nociceptive stimulus (wound, burn, inflammation, etc.), a nerve impulse is slowly transmitted by the nerve fibers to the spinal wide dynamic range neurons, then to the brain stem, through the hypothalamus, thalamus and cortex, for cognitive factors, or directly to the brain stem, for sensory factors. - Inhibiti
Stock Photo #4128R-18844, Nandrolone, molecular model. Anabolic steroid used to increase muscle growth, stimulate appetite and increase red blood cell production. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour_coded: carbon grey, hydrogen white and oxygen red.
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Nandrolone, molecular model. Anabolic steroid used to increase muscle growth, stimulate appetite and increase red blood cell production. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour_coded: carbon grey, hydrogen white and oxygen red.
Stock Photo #824-26876, SKELETAL MUSCLE, ILLUSTRATION. From the muscle to the muscle fiber. Representation of a muscle from the bottom to the top and to the right. _ tendon _ muscle _ fascicle of muscles fibers _ muscle fiber _ myofibril actin, myosin.
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SKELETAL MUSCLE, ILLUSTRATION. From the muscle to the muscle fiber. Representation of a muscle from the bottom to the top and...
SKELETAL MUSCLE, ILLUSTRATION. From the muscle to the muscle fiber. Representation of a muscle from the bottom to the top and to the right. _ tendon _ muscle _ fascicle of muscles fibers _ muscle fiber _ myofibril actin, myosin.
Stock Photo #4123-9633, Woman taking pic of man
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Stock Photo #4269-24806, Muscle. Colored transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a longitudinal section through striated skeletal muscle. Skeletal muscle is under voluntary control and moves long skeletal bones.
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Muscle. Colored transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a longitudinal section through striated skeletal muscle. Skeletal m...
Muscle. Colored transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a longitudinal section through striated skeletal muscle. Skeletal muscle is under voluntary control and moves long skeletal bones.
Stock Photo #1804R-3826, Young man in bed, using mobile phone
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Stock Photo #1439R-1027833, Man flexing his muscles for camera
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Stock Photo #824-80320, NEURON. Motor neuron. Representation of a motor neuron, neuron in orangish body of a neuron and dendrites and in purple myelin sheath protecting the axon, in contact with muscle fibers in pink at the level of the motor end plates, at the extremity of the terminal button of the axon in yellow that transmit to the muscle the nerve impulse order of the brain.
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NEURON. Motor neuron. Representation of a motor neuron, neuron in orangish body of a neuron and dendrites and in purple myeli...
NEURON. Motor neuron. Representation of a motor neuron, neuron in orangish body of a neuron and dendrites and in purple myelin sheath protecting the axon, in contact with muscle fibers in pink at the level of the motor end plates, at the extremity of the terminal button of the axon in yellow that transmit to the muscle the nerve impulse order of the brain.
Stock Photo #3153-736381, human striated musculature
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Stock Photo #824-70110, DIGESTION, DRAWING. DIGESTION, DRAWING The sugar cycle. Illustration of the cycle of sugar in a child´s body. Sugar in ingested and then digested. Glucose and insulin are secreted by the pancreas and are sent into venous circulation, pass through the heart and into arterial circulation, and finally arrive in the muscle cells where the insulin enables the glucose to be absorbed providing the cells with energy.
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DIGESTION, DRAWING. DIGESTION, DRAWING The sugar cycle. Illustration of the cycle of sugar in a child´s body. Sugar in ingest...
DIGESTION, DRAWING. DIGESTION, DRAWING The sugar cycle. Illustration of the cycle of sugar in a child´s body. Sugar in ingested and then digested. Glucose and insulin are secreted by the pancreas and are sent into venous circulation, pass through the heart and into arterial circulation, and finally arrive in the muscle cells where the insulin enables the glucose to be absorbed providing the cells with energy.
Stock Photo #4029R-44144, Young man laying on a bed talking on a mobile phone
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Stock Photo #1566-1352517, Man listening to music with headphones on a street.
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Stock Photo #4269-12663, Coloured Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) of muscle tissue affected by muscular dystrophy. Muscular dystrophy is a genetic disorder typified by muscle wasting and loss of function through a process called adipose metaplasia where muscle is being replaced by fat. Magnification 300x.
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Coloured Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) of muscle tissue affected by muscular dystrophy. Muscular dystrophy is a genetic ...
Coloured Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) of muscle tissue affected by muscular dystrophy. Muscular dystrophy is a genetic disorder typified by muscle wasting and loss of function through a process called adipose metaplasia where muscle is being replaced by fat. Magnification 300x.
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Stock Photo #4269-24805, Muscle. Muscular fibre with 2 red blood cells ESM (Electron Scanning Microscope)
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Stock Photo #4128R-34212, Insulin molecule. Molecular model of the hormone insulin from a pig. Insulin consists of two peptide chains, A and B, which are linked by disulphide bridges. It plays an important role in blood sugar regulation. Insulin is released from the pancreas when blood sugar levels are high, for example after eating, prompting cells in the liver, muscle, and fat tissue to take up the glucose from the blood and store it as glycogen. Insufficient production of insulin leads to an accumulation of glucose in
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Insulin molecule. Molecular model of the hormone insulin from a pig. Insulin consists of two peptide chains, A and B, which a...
Insulin molecule. Molecular model of the hormone insulin from a pig. Insulin consists of two peptide chains, A and B, which are linked by disulphide bridges. It plays an important role in blood sugar regulation. Insulin is released from the pancreas when blood sugar levels are high, for example after eating, prompting cells in the liver, muscle, and fat tissue to take up the glucose from the blood and store it as glycogen. Insufficient production of insulin leads to an accumulation of glucose in
Stock Photo #1558-81664, Hall, gangster couple, man, upper bodies, freely, sun glass, weapon, sport cars, Cell phone, telephones Series, warehouse, garage, parking structure, car, sport car, Corvette, red, gangsters, couple, woman, 20-30 years, fashion, Fashion, style, Lifesty
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Hall, gangster couple, man, upper bodies, freely, sun glass, weapon, sport cars, Cell phone, telephones Series, warehouse, ga...
Hall, gangster couple, man, upper bodies, freely, sun glass, weapon, sport cars, Cell phone, telephones Series, warehouse, garage, parking structure, car, sport car, Corvette, red, gangsters, couple, woman, 20-30 years, fashion, Fashion, style, Lifesty
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Stock Photo #4128R-34127, Calcium-binding protein. Molecule model of the calcium-binding protein calmodulin (CaM). This protein is found in all eukaryotic cells, where it regulates and modifies the activities of many calcium-binding enzymes. Cellular processes that CaM affects include muscle contraction, inflammation, immune response and memory.
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Calcium-binding protein. Molecule model of the calcium-binding protein calmodulin (CaM). This protein is found in all eukaryo...
Calcium-binding protein. Molecule model of the calcium-binding protein calmodulin (CaM). This protein is found in all eukaryotic cells, where it regulates and modifies the activities of many calcium-binding enzymes. Cellular processes that CaM affects include muscle contraction, inflammation, immune response and memory.
Stock Photo #4239R-8153, Anatomy of the structure and layers of the stomach wall.
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Anatomy of the structure and layers of the stomach wall.
Stock Photo #824-62167, BLOOD VESSEL, DRAWING. BLOOD VESSEL, DRAWING Blood vessel. Anatomy of a blood vessel showing the various layers, from right to left: - Capillary blood vessels (upper right-hand corner) - Tunica adventitia or adventitia (two tissue types, collagen and elastic tissue) (red) - External elastic tissue (jaune) - Tunica media or media (smooth muscle layer) (pinkish red) - Tunica intima or intima: - Internal elastic tissue (yellow) - Basement membrane (orange) -Endothelial la
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BLOOD VESSEL, DRAWING. BLOOD VESSEL, DRAWING Blood vessel. Anatomy of a blood vessel showing the various layers, from right t...
BLOOD VESSEL, DRAWING. BLOOD VESSEL, DRAWING Blood vessel. Anatomy of a blood vessel showing the various layers, from right to left: - Capillary blood vessels (upper right-hand corner) - Tunica adventitia or adventitia (two tissue types, collagen and elastic tissue) (red) - External elastic tissue (jaune) - Tunica media or media (smooth muscle layer) (pinkish red) - Tunica intima or intima: - Internal elastic tissue (yellow) - Basement membrane (orange) -Endothelial la
Stock Photo #4029R-164433, Young man laying on a bed talking on a mobile phone
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Stock Photo #824-102469, POLIOMYELITIS VIRUS. POLIOMYELITIS VIRUS Poliovirus causes the poliomyelitis, an infectious and contagious disorder which destroys motor neurons. The infected cells die, and if enough neurons attached to a muscle die, muscle weakness or paralysis results. Illustration based on electronic microscope. Magnification: 600000x.
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POLIOMYELITIS VIRUS. POLIOMYELITIS VIRUS Poliovirus causes the poliomyelitis, an infectious and contagious disorder which des...
POLIOMYELITIS VIRUS. POLIOMYELITIS VIRUS Poliovirus causes the poliomyelitis, an infectious and contagious disorder which destroys motor neurons. The infected cells die, and if enough neurons attached to a muscle die, muscle weakness or paralysis results. Illustration based on electronic microscope. Magnification: 600000x.
Stock Photo #4128R-36711, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #4128R-28855, Head anatomy, computer artwork.
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Stock Photo #4269-24645, Muscle. Muscle fibre with 2 red blood cells SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope)
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Stock Photo #1566-399529, Smooth muscle, cells spindle shaped and uninucleate involuntary movement, walls of hollow organs, stomach, intestine, uterus, ureter, 400 X optical microscope, photomicrography , histology
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Smooth muscle, cells spindle shaped and uninucleate involuntary movement, walls of hollow organs, stomach, intestine, uterus,...
Smooth muscle, cells spindle shaped and uninucleate involuntary movement, walls of hollow organs, stomach, intestine, uterus, ureter, 400 X optical microscope, photomicrography , histology
Stock Photo #1804R-11221, Young man laying on a bed talking on a mobile phone, close-up
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Stock Photo #824-30836, SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. A relaxed striated muscle fiber. Striated muscles derive their name from the alternating light_colored bands in yellow, containing thin filaments actin only, and dark bands brown containing both thin and thick filaments myosin. Muscle contraction
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SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. A relaxed striated muscle fiber. Striated muscles derive their name from the alternating light_colored ...
SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. A relaxed striated muscle fiber. Striated muscles derive their name from the alternating light_colored bands in yellow, containing thin filaments actin only, and dark bands brown containing both thin and thick filaments myosin. Muscle contraction
Stock Photo #1566-385801, Striated muscle skeletal (400 X). Sarcomere Band I (light strip) and Band A (dark strip) visible. Photomicrogaphy
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Striated muscle skeletal (400 X). Sarcomere Band I (light strip) and Band A (dark strip) visible. Photomicrogaphy
Stock Photo #1566-399608, Lung, bronchiole, alveoli, smooth muscle, artery, 100 X, optical microscope, photomicrography, histology , respiratory system.
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Lung, bronchiole, alveoli, smooth muscle, artery, 100 X, optical microscope, photomicrography, histology , respiratory system.
Stock Photo #4269-38175, Light micrograph of a section through tissue from a deltoid muscle biopsy showing a macrophagic myofasciitis post-vaccination. The large cells contain clusters of colored particles in fuschia corresponding to aluminic adjuvant particles. Magnification unknown
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Light micrograph of a section through tissue from a deltoid muscle biopsy showing a macrophagic myofasciitis post-vaccination...
Light micrograph of a section through tissue from a deltoid muscle biopsy showing a macrophagic myofasciitis post-vaccination. The large cells contain clusters of colored particles in fuschia corresponding to aluminic adjuvant particles. Magnification unknown
Stock Photo #4128R-34143, Human growth hormone. Molecular model of human growth hormone (hGH, orange) bound to the extracellular domain of the human growth hormone binding protein (hGHBP). hGH is produced in the anterior pituitary gland of the brain. It binds to specific receptors on cells in the body to stimulate growth, especially in childhood. It is also involved in strengthening bone, increasing muscle mass, reducing glucose uptake by the liver and promoting the breakdown of body fat.
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Human growth hormone. Molecular model of human growth hormone (hGH, orange) bound to the extracellular domain of the human gr...
Human growth hormone. Molecular model of human growth hormone (hGH, orange) bound to the extracellular domain of the human growth hormone binding protein (hGHBP). hGH is produced in the anterior pituitary gland of the brain. It binds to specific receptors on cells in the body to stimulate growth, especially in childhood. It is also involved in strengthening bone, increasing muscle mass, reducing glucose uptake by the liver and promoting the breakdown of body fat.
Stock Photo #824-34721, STEM CELL, DRAWING. Research in stem cell therapy : obtention and differenciation of embryonic stem cells. After a few days of development, the embryo, gives a blastocyst containing stem cells ES cells. Once placed in culture, they differentiate into specialized cells suc
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STEM CELL, DRAWING. Research in stem cell therapy : obtention and differenciation of embryonic stem cells. After a few days o...
STEM CELL, DRAWING. Research in stem cell therapy : obtention and differenciation of embryonic stem cells. After a few days of development, the embryo, gives a blastocyst containing stem cells ES cells. Once placed in culture, they differentiate into specialized cells suc
Stock Photo #4391-103, The female reproductive system, centered around the uterus. Two types of uterine cancer are endometrial cancer (cancer that begins in cells lining the uterus) and uterine sarcoma (a rare cancer that begins in muscle or other tissues in the uterus). Drawing by Alan Hoofring and Don Bliss.
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The female reproductive system, centered around the uterus. Two types of uterine cancer are endometrial cancer (cancer that b...
The female reproductive system, centered around the uterus. Two types of uterine cancer are endometrial cancer (cancer that begins in cells lining the uterus) and uterine sarcoma (a rare cancer that begins in muscle or other tissues in the uterus). Drawing by Alan Hoofring and Don Bliss.
Stock Photo #4029R-238072, a hot fit male with a white dress shirt on talking on a cell phone
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Stock Photo #824-93020, SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. A contracted striated muscle fiber. This type of muscle fiber is composed of two bands which glide over each other when the muscle contracts. This image shows a strongly contracted muscle. Only one type of band can be seen the wide red bands with white s
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SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. A contracted striated muscle fiber. This type of muscle fiber is composed of two bands which glide over...
SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. A contracted striated muscle fiber. This type of muscle fiber is composed of two bands which glide over each other when the muscle contracts. This image shows a strongly contracted muscle. Only one type of band can be seen the wide red bands with white s
Stock Photo #1829-55690, Man Lying with Newspaper and Cell Phone on Bed
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Stock Photo #1439R-1081389, Oesophagus
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Stock Photo #824-85898, HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. (Cf. image 0212106 for the numbers). 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septum lucidum. 4. Thalamus. 5. Mamillary body. 6.Mesencephalon. 7. Pons. 8. Medulla oblongata. 9. Spinal cord. 10. Cerbellum. 11. Frontal sinus. 12. Ethmoid cells. 13. Concha. 14. Sphenoidal sinus. 15. Genioglossus muscle, tongue. 16. Mandible. 17. Rhinopharynx. 18. Oropharynx. 19. Laryngopharynx. 20. Trachea. 21. Soft palate. 22. Bone of the skull.
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HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. (Cf. image 0212106 for the numbers). 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septu...
HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. (Cf. image 0212106 for the numbers). 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septum lucidum. 4. Thalamus. 5. Mamillary body. 6.Mesencephalon. 7. Pons. 8. Medulla oblongata. 9. Spinal cord. 10. Cerbellum. 11. Frontal sinus. 12. Ethmoid cells. 13. Concha. 14. Sphenoidal sinus. 15. Genioglossus muscle, tongue. 16. Mandible. 17. Rhinopharynx. 18. Oropharynx. 19. Laryngopharynx. 20. Trachea. 21. Soft palate. 22. Bone of the skull.
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Stock Photo #4128R-34019, Insulin, molecular model. Insulin plays an important role in blood sugar regulation. It is released from the pancreas when blood sugar levels are high, for example after a meal, prompting cells in the liver, muscle, and fat tissue to take up the glucose from the blood and store it as glycogen. Insufficient production of insulin leads to an accumulation of glucose in the blood causing diabetes.
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Insulin, molecular model. Insulin plays an important role in blood sugar regulation. It is released from the pancreas when bl...
Insulin, molecular model. Insulin plays an important role in blood sugar regulation. It is released from the pancreas when blood sugar levels are high, for example after a meal, prompting cells in the liver, muscle, and fat tissue to take up the glucose from the blood and store it as glycogen. Insufficient production of insulin leads to an accumulation of glucose in the blood causing diabetes.
Stock Photo #4128R-34066, Insulin molecule. Molecular model of the hormone insulin. Insulin consists of two peptide chains, A and B, which are linked by disulphide bridges. It plays an important role in blood sugar regulation. Insulin is released from the pancreas when blood sugar levels are high, for example after a meal, prompting cells in the liver, muscle, and fat tissue to take up the glucose from the blood and store it as glycogen. Insufficient production of insulin leads to an accumulation of glucose in the blood
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Insulin molecule. Molecular model of the hormone insulin. Insulin consists of two peptide chains, A and B, which are linked b...
Insulin molecule. Molecular model of the hormone insulin. Insulin consists of two peptide chains, A and B, which are linked by disulphide bridges. It plays an important role in blood sugar regulation. Insulin is released from the pancreas when blood sugar levels are high, for example after a meal, prompting cells in the liver, muscle, and fat tissue to take up the glucose from the blood and store it as glycogen. Insufficient production of insulin leads to an accumulation of glucose in the blood
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Stock Photo #4128R-36720, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #1824R-116872, Young woman sitting on bed and texting on phone
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Stock Photo #824-121405, Cross-section illustration of skin with the epidermis on the surface, made up of layers of keratinocytes, the dermis in which are found the structures of the skin such as the hair follicle, the sebaceous gland (yellow, next to the follicle), the arrector pili muscle, the sweat gland (purple, on the right), the blood vessels, as well as the free nerve endings (yellow), then the hypodermis made up of adipose cells (yellow).
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Cross-section illustration of skin with the epidermis on the surface, made up of layers of keratinocytes, the dermis in which...
Cross-section illustration of skin with the epidermis on the surface, made up of layers of keratinocytes, the dermis in which are found the structures of the skin such as the hair follicle, the sebaceous gland (yellow, next to the follicle), the arrector pili muscle, the sweat gland (purple, on the right), the blood vessels, as well as the free nerve endings (yellow), then the hypodermis made up of adipose cells (yellow).
Stock Photo #824-48082, SKELETAL MUSCLE, ILLUSTRATION. From the muscle to the muscle fiber. Representation of a muscle from the bottom to the top and to the right. _ tendon _ muscle _ fascicle of muscles fibers _ muscle fiber.
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SKELETAL MUSCLE, ILLUSTRATION. From the muscle to the muscle fiber. Representation of a muscle from the bottom to the top and...
SKELETAL MUSCLE, ILLUSTRATION. From the muscle to the muscle fiber. Representation of a muscle from the bottom to the top and to the right. _ tendon _ muscle _ fascicle of muscles fibers _ muscle fiber.
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Stock Photo #4128R-36729, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #4128R-2390, Epididymis, light micrograph. The lumen of the duct white is lined with pseudostratified epithelium pink, which is made up of columnar cells with elongated nuclei and rounded basal cells with circular nuclei. The purple fibres extending into the lumen are
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Epididymis, light micrograph. The lumen of the duct white is lined with pseudostratified epithelium pink, which is made up of...
Epididymis, light micrograph. The lumen of the duct white is lined with pseudostratified epithelium pink, which is made up of columnar cells with elongated nuclei and rounded basal cells with circular nuclei. The purple fibres extending into the lumen are
Stock Photo #824-129442, Illustration of Charcot’s disease. This disease is the result of motor neuron degeneration. Motor neurons are nerve cells that work as control units and communication links between the nervous system and voluntary muscles. Motor neurons located in the brain (superior motor neurons) transmit nerve impulses to motor neurons in the spinal cord (inferior motor neurons) , as well as to particular muscles. With Charcot’s disease, the superior motor neurons (bulbar) and inferior motor neurons (spinal)
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Illustration of Charcot’s disease. This disease is the result of motor neuron degeneration. Motor neurons are nerve cells tha...
Illustration of Charcot’s disease. This disease is the result of motor neuron degeneration. Motor neurons are nerve cells that work as control units and communication links between the nervous system and voluntary muscles. Motor neurons located in the brain (superior motor neurons) transmit nerve impulses to motor neurons in the spinal cord (inferior motor neurons) , as well as to particular muscles. With Charcot’s disease, the superior motor neurons (bulbar) and inferior motor neurons (spinal)
Stock Photo #1558-81661, Hall, gangster couple, man, upper bodies, freely, sun glass, weapon, sport cars, Cell phone, telephones Series, warehouse, garage, parking structure, cars, sport car, Corvette, red, gangsters, couple, woman, 20-30 years, fashion, Fashion, style, Lifest
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Hall, gangster couple, man, upper bodies, freely, sun glass, weapon, sport cars, Cell phone, telephones Series, warehouse, ga...
Hall, gangster couple, man, upper bodies, freely, sun glass, weapon, sport cars, Cell phone, telephones Series, warehouse, garage, parking structure, cars, sport car, Corvette, red, gangsters, couple, woman, 20-30 years, fashion, Fashion, style, Lifest
Stock Photo #4029R-335723, Young man in bed, using mobile phone
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Stock Photo #824-40427, ARTERY, DRAWING. ARTERY, DRAWING Histology of an artery, with a highlight of the different layers. The inner wall of an artery is constituted by three tuniques, of which each includes one or various tissue layers. From the peripheria towards the light : _ the tunica externa or adventitia, composed mainly of elastic fibers and collagen fibers, _ the tunica media or media with : an elastic external limiting layer in white and a layer of smooth muscle muscularis, in dark brown, _ the tunica or inti
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ARTERY, DRAWING. ARTERY, DRAWING Histology of an artery, with a highlight of the different layers. The inner wall of an arter...
ARTERY, DRAWING. ARTERY, DRAWING Histology of an artery, with a highlight of the different layers. The inner wall of an artery is constituted by three tuniques, of which each includes one or various tissue layers. From the peripheria towards the light : _ the tunica externa or adventitia, composed mainly of elastic fibers and collagen fibers, _ the tunica media or media with : an elastic external limiting layer in white and a layer of smooth muscle muscularis, in dark brown, _ the tunica or inti
Stock Photo #4128R-36717, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #824-103320, COAGULATION, DRAWING. Coagulation. When the skin is cut, a chain reaction is triggered to stop bleeding: First, a vascular spasm, a contraction of the muscle fibers in the blood vessels, occurs to help bring the wound´s edges closer together. Then, the blood platelets form a haemostatic plug, reinforced with fibrin strands which also help emprison the red blood cells. The wound hardens upon drying and shrinks, evacuating blood serum and bringing the wound´s edges even closer together.
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COAGULATION, DRAWING. Coagulation. When the skin is cut, a chain reaction is triggered to stop bleeding: First, a vascular sp...
COAGULATION, DRAWING. Coagulation. When the skin is cut, a chain reaction is triggered to stop bleeding: First, a vascular spasm, a contraction of the muscle fibers in the blood vessels, occurs to help bring the wound´s edges closer together. Then, the blood platelets form a haemostatic plug, reinforced with fibrin strands which also help emprison the red blood cells. The wound hardens upon drying and shrinks, evacuating blood serum and bringing the wound´s edges even closer together.
Stock Photo #1773-184859, Photomicrograph of a tissue section of cardiac muscle
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Stock Photo #1566-1352513, Man listening to music with headphones on a street.
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Stock Photo #1804R-10268, Young man laying on a bed talking on a mobile phone
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Stock Photo #824-52359, MYOPATHY. MYOPATHY 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 virus…). Here, Duchenn
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MYOPATHY. MYOPATHY Photo essay. Genetics research laboratory. Gene therapy requires a gene-drug and a vector to carry it to t...
MYOPATHY. MYOPATHY 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 virus…). Here, Duchenn
Stock Photo #824-32673, SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. Striated muscle fiber in contraction. The name striated muscle comes from the alternating of light_colored bands shown here in pink containing only thin filaments actin and dark_colored bands shown here in fuschia containing both thin filaments an
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SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. Striated muscle fiber in contraction. The name striated muscle comes from the alternating of light_colo...
SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. Striated muscle fiber in contraction. The name striated muscle comes from the alternating of light_colored bands shown here in pink containing only thin filaments actin and dark_colored bands shown here in fuschia containing both thin filaments an
Stock Photo #1439R-97038, Man with cellphone on beach
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Stock Photo #824-30294, GLUCOSE TRANSPORT, DRAWING. Glucose transporters. Illustration of glucose being carried to muscle cells by transporters.
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GLUCOSE TRANSPORT, DRAWING. Glucose transporters. Illustration of glucose being carried to muscle cells by transporters.
Stock Photo #1566-742879, Cross-section of a meat showing muscle fiber, 2008
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Stock Photo #4297-1261, Transmission electron microscopic image of of a red blood cell within a capillary
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Stock Photo #4269-24790, Collagen. Artery section Collagen fibres Myocytes;muscle cells Internal elastic layer ESM (Electron Scanning Microscope)
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Stock Photo #1439R-1159995, Young couple eating ice lollies on vacation, portrait
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Stock Photo #4391-322, The walls of the digestive tract have four layers of tissue: mucosa, submucosa, muscularis externa and serosa. The inner-most layer is the mucosa, a membrane that forms a continuous lining of the GI tract from the mouth to the anus. In the large bowel, this tissue contains cells that produce mucus to lubricate and protect the smooth inner surface of the bowel wall. Connective tissue and muscle separate the muscosa from the second layer, the submucosa, which contains blood vessels, lymph vessels,
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The walls of the digestive tract have four layers of tissue: mucosa, submucosa, muscularis externa and serosa. The inner-most...
The walls of the digestive tract have four layers of tissue: mucosa, submucosa, muscularis externa and serosa. The inner-most layer is the mucosa, a membrane that forms a continuous lining of the GI tract from the mouth to the anus. In the large bowel, this tissue contains cells that produce mucus to lubricate and protect the smooth inner surface of the bowel wall. Connective tissue and muscle separate the muscosa from the second layer, the submucosa, which contains blood vessels, lymph vessels,
Stock Photo #824-67225, SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. Striated muscle fiber in contraction. The name striated muscle comes from the alternating of light_colored bands containing only thin filaments actin and dark_colored bands containing both thin filaments and thick ones myosin. The movement of actin
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SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. Striated muscle fiber in contraction. The name striated muscle comes from the alternating of light_colo...
SKELETAL MUSCLE, TEM. Striated muscle fiber in contraction. The name striated muscle comes from the alternating of light_colored bands containing only thin filaments actin and dark_colored bands containing both thin filaments and thick ones myosin. The movement of actin
Stock Photo #4269-24646, Myopathic muscle. SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope)
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Stock Photo #824-78279, DOPING. DOPING Doping. Illustration of an athlete running with close-ups of the various organs stimulated by doping. Close-up of: - the musculature - a blood vessel - joints and tendons.
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DOPING. DOPING Doping. Illustration of an athlete running with close-ups of the various organs stimulated by doping. Close-up...
DOPING. DOPING Doping. Illustration of an athlete running with close-ups of the various organs stimulated by doping. Close-up of: - the musculature - a blood vessel - joints and tendons.
Stock Photo #1439R-995088, Muscle cell
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Stock Photo #4128R-36715, Computer artwork of a nerve cells, also called neuron. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of a nerve cells, also called neuron. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central ner...
Computer artwork of a nerve cells, also called neuron. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #4128R-36713, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #4239R-8152, Anatomy of the structure and layers of the stomach wall.
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Anatomy of the structure and layers of the stomach wall.
Stock Photo #4128R-10346, Gall bladder lining, light micrograph
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Stock Photo #824-84292, GLUCOSE TRANSPORT, DRAWING. Glucose transporters. Illustration of glucose being carried to muscle cells by transporters.
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GLUCOSE TRANSPORT, DRAWING. Glucose transporters. Illustration of glucose being carried to muscle cells by transporters.
Stock Photo #4029R-223612, Young man in bed, working on laptop
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Stock Photo #824-126301, Illustration (left) of the tissue that stem cells are taken from : the deltoid muscle, epidermis, blood from the arm, adipose tissue in the waist, bone marrow from the iliac crest and thigh muscles. On the right, tissue that can be treated by injecting stem cells : - The skin, from stem cells in the epidermis. - Cardiac tissue, from stem cells in the thigh muscles, bone marrow from the iliac crest and adipose tissue. - The blood, from stem cells in the blood, combined with medicine. The cells ar
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Illustration (left) of the tissue that stem cells are taken from : the deltoid muscle, epidermis, blood from the arm, adipose...
Illustration (left) of the tissue that stem cells are taken from : the deltoid muscle, epidermis, blood from the arm, adipose tissue in the waist, bone marrow from the iliac crest and thigh muscles. On the right, tissue that can be treated by injecting stem cells : - The skin, from stem cells in the epidermis. - Cardiac tissue, from stem cells in the thigh muscles, bone marrow from the iliac crest and adipose tissue. - The blood, from stem cells in the blood, combined with medicine. The cells ar
Stock Photo #4128R-36712, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #4128R-23378, Computer artwork of a nerve cell, also called a neuron. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system CNS and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body centre surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of a nerve cell, also called a neuron. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central ne...
Computer artwork of a nerve cell, also called a neuron. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system CNS and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body centre surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #824-69498, HANDICAPPED PERSON. HANDICAPPED PERSON Photo essay. Man suffering from juvenile pseudomyopathic spinal muscular atrophy (WOHLFART-KUGELBERG-WELANDER syndrome). This rare hereditary disease is due to the degeneration of anterior horn cells. A hereditary motor neuropathy (genetic neurological disease causing walking problems, etc.), it is classified into three types, depending on severity, age of onset and repercussions of the disease.
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HANDICAPPED PERSON. HANDICAPPED PERSON Photo essay. Man suffering from juvenile pseudomyopathic spinal muscular atrophy (WOHL...
HANDICAPPED PERSON. HANDICAPPED PERSON Photo essay. Man suffering from juvenile pseudomyopathic spinal muscular atrophy (WOHLFART-KUGELBERG-WELANDER syndrome). This rare hereditary disease is due to the degeneration of anterior horn cells. A hereditary motor neuropathy (genetic neurological disease causing walking problems, etc.), it is classified into three types, depending on severity, age of onset and repercussions of the disease.
Stock Photo #4128R-36709, Computer artwork of a nerve cell, also called neuron. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of a nerve cell, also called neuron. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of a nerve cell, also called neuron. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #1832R-9890, Smooth muscle tissue
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Stock Photo #1773-184858, Photomicrograph of a tissue section of cardiac muscle
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Stock Photo #4175-6964, Heart muscle cell
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Stock Photo #824-22423, ARTERY, SURGERY. ARTERY, SURGERY Anatomy of an artery. Illustration of the various layers of an arterial wall. From the exterior inwards: - the tunica adventitia or adventitia (two tissue types, collagen and elastic tissue) - the tunica media or media (smooth muscle) - tunica intima or intima (three types of tissue: elastic tissue, a layer of sub-endothelial cells and the endothelium) which is the layer closest to the arterial lumen.
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ARTERY, SURGERY. ARTERY, SURGERY Anatomy of an artery. Illustration of the various layers of an arterial wall. From the exter...
ARTERY, SURGERY. ARTERY, SURGERY Anatomy of an artery. Illustration of the various layers of an arterial wall. From the exterior inwards: - the tunica adventitia or adventitia (two tissue types, collagen and elastic tissue) - the tunica media or media (smooth muscle) - tunica intima or intima (three types of tissue: elastic tissue, a layer of sub-endothelial cells and the endothelium) which is the layer closest to the arterial lumen.
Stock Photo #824-69049, ASTHMA, DRAWING. ASTHMA, DRAWING Asthmatic bronchus. Illustration of a bronchus during an asthma attack. From the outside inwards: the muscle layer is hypertrophic, immune cells (mastocytes, lymphocytes, eosinophilic leukocytes) are present in the inflamed bronchial mucosa and there is excessive mucus secretion with desquamation of the epithelial cells. The combination of these factors has narrowed the bronchial lumen, blocking the passage of air.
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ASTHMA, DRAWING. ASTHMA, DRAWING Asthmatic bronchus. Illustration of a bronchus during an asthma attack. From the outside inw...
ASTHMA, DRAWING. ASTHMA, DRAWING Asthmatic bronchus. Illustration of a bronchus during an asthma attack. From the outside inwards: the muscle layer is hypertrophic, immune cells (mastocytes, lymphocytes, eosinophilic leukocytes) are present in the inflamed bronchial mucosa and there is excessive mucus secretion with desquamation of the epithelial cells. The combination of these factors has narrowed the bronchial lumen, blocking the passage of air.
Stock Photo #824-110519, ASTHMA, DRAWING. ASTHMA, DRAWING Asthma attack. Illustration of an asthma attack. Following the sensitization phase, contact with the allergen will immediately trigger an asthma attack. The plasma cells which have recognized the allergen release histamine and leukotrienes, causing the bronchiole muscles to contract (bronchospasm), the blood vessels to dilate (oedema), and mucus to be secreted. At the same time, dendritic cells in the ganglions present the allergen to the lymphocytes whi
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ASTHMA, DRAWING. ASTHMA, DRAWING Asthma attack. Illustration of an asthma attack. Following the sensitization phase, contact ...
ASTHMA, DRAWING. ASTHMA, DRAWING Asthma attack. Illustration of an asthma attack. Following the sensitization phase, contact with the allergen will immediately trigger an asthma attack. The plasma cells which have recognized the allergen release histamine and leukotrienes, causing the bronchiole muscles to contract (bronchospasm), the blood vessels to dilate (oedema), and mucus to be secreted. At the same time, dendritic cells in the ganglions present the allergen to the lymphocytes whi
Stock Photo #4128R-2309, Liver vein, SEM
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Stock Photo #4128R-36733, Computer artwork of a nerve cells, also called neuron. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of a nerve cells, also called neuron. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central ner...
Computer artwork of a nerve cells, also called neuron. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #824-129443, Illustration of how a movement is carried out, from the brain to the muscle, thanks to motor neurons.
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Illustration of how a movement is carried out, from the brain to the muscle, thanks to motor neurons.
Stock Photo #4123-9635, Woman taking pic of man
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Stock Photo #4128R-36716, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #824-77772, ESOPHAGEAL LEIOMYOMA, X_RAY. Esophageal leiomyoma. Sagittal thoracic x_ray. Leiomyoma is a benign tumor of smooth muscle cells. It is the most frequent of esophagus tumors.
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ESOPHAGEAL LEIOMYOMA, X_RAY. Esophageal leiomyoma. Sagittal thoracic x_ray. Leiomyoma is a benign tumor of smooth muscle cell...
ESOPHAGEAL LEIOMYOMA, X_RAY. Esophageal leiomyoma. Sagittal thoracic x_ray. Leiomyoma is a benign tumor of smooth muscle cells. It is the most frequent of esophagus tumors.
Stock Photo #824-16638, MUSCLE, HISTOLOGY. MUSCLE, HISTOLOGY Partially contracted striated muscle fiber. This type of muscle fiber contains two types of myofilaments. The pink bands which are anchored in the dark red bands contain only thin filaments of actin. The wide red bands striated with white contain both thin filaments (actin) and thick ones (myosin). The movement of actin filaments against myosin filaments produces muscular contraction. The mitochondria (green circles) supply the energy necessary for muscle
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MUSCLE, HISTOLOGY. MUSCLE, HISTOLOGY Partially contracted striated muscle fiber. This type of muscle fiber contains two types...
MUSCLE, HISTOLOGY. MUSCLE, HISTOLOGY Partially contracted striated muscle fiber. This type of muscle fiber contains two types of myofilaments. The pink bands which are anchored in the dark red bands contain only thin filaments of actin. The wide red bands striated with white contain both thin filaments (actin) and thick ones (myosin). The movement of actin filaments against myosin filaments produces muscular contraction. The mitochondria (green circles) supply the energy necessary for muscle
Stock Photo #3153-628973, striated musculature
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Stock Photo #824-121390, Illustration showing the parts of the body involved in a patellar reflex. The afferent impulse (blue) goes from the muscle to the bone marrow through the sensory neuron which responds to the stimulation of a reflex hammer on the patellar ligament. This activates the efferent impulse (red) which leads to the muscle contracting and the instant extension of the leg. The efferent impulse (purple) which leads to the antagonist muscle contracting is inhibited.
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Illustration showing the parts of the body involved in a patellar reflex. The afferent impulse (blue) goes from the muscle to...
Illustration showing the parts of the body involved in a patellar reflex. The afferent impulse (blue) goes from the muscle to the bone marrow through the sensory neuron which responds to the stimulation of a reflex hammer on the patellar ligament. This activates the efferent impulse (red) which leads to the muscle contracting and the instant extension of the leg. The efferent impulse (purple) which leads to the antagonist muscle contracting is inhibited.
Stock Photo #4128R-36718, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #1849-7611, Medical doctor using digital table to access healthcare information apps
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Stock Photo #1439R-97080, Man with cellphone on beach
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Stock Photo #4128R-36725, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #4128R-23380, Computer artwork of a nerve cell, also called a neuron. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system CNS and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body centre surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of a nerve cell, also called a neuron. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central ne...
Computer artwork of a nerve cell, also called a neuron. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system CNS and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body centre surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #4029R-130424, Young man laying on a bed talking on a mobile phone
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Stock Photo #824-30238, STEM CELL
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Stock Photo #4029R-187699, a hot fit male with a white dress shirt on talking on a cell phone
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Stock Photo #824-102953, CELL CULTURE. Cell culture: muscle cell, neuron and spermatozoa.
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CELL CULTURE. Cell culture: muscle cell, neuron and spermatozoa.
Stock Photo #4128R-4069, Liver vein, SEM
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Stock Photo #824-63194, HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. (Cf. image 0212106 for the numbers) 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septum lucidum. 4. Thalamus. 5. Mamillary body. 6.Mesencephalon. 7. Pons. 8. Medulla oblongata. 9. Spinal cord. 10. Cerbellum. 11. Frontal sinus. 12. Ethmoid cells. 13. Concha. 14. Sphenoidal sinus. 15. Genioglossus muscle, tongue. 16. Mandible. 17. Rhinopharynx. 18. Oropharynx. 19. Laryngopharynx. 20. Trachea. 21. Soft palate. 22. Bone of the skull. 2
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HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. (Cf. image 0212106 for the numbers) 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septum...
HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. (Cf. image 0212106 for the numbers) 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septum lucidum. 4. Thalamus. 5. Mamillary body. 6.Mesencephalon. 7. Pons. 8. Medulla oblongata. 9. Spinal cord. 10. Cerbellum. 11. Frontal sinus. 12. Ethmoid cells. 13. Concha. 14. Sphenoidal sinus. 15. Genioglossus muscle, tongue. 16. Mandible. 17. Rhinopharynx. 18. Oropharynx. 19. Laryngopharynx. 20. Trachea. 21. Soft palate. 22. Bone of the skull. 2
Stock Photo #4128R-34014, Botulinum type B neurotoxin, molecular model. This powerful toxin, produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum, enters nerve cells and prevents release of neurotransmitters. This destroys communication pathways between nerve cells and leads to muscle paralysis, respiratory failure and death. This type B toxin has been marketed under the trade names Neurobloc (EU) and Myobloc (US) to treat cervical dystonia, a movement disorder affecting the neck muscles.
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Botulinum type B neurotoxin, molecular model. This powerful toxin, produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum, enters ne...
Botulinum type B neurotoxin, molecular model. This powerful toxin, produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum, enters nerve cells and prevents release of neurotransmitters. This destroys communication pathways between nerve cells and leads to muscle paralysis, respiratory failure and death. This type B toxin has been marketed under the trade names Neurobloc (EU) and Myobloc (US) to treat cervical dystonia, a movement disorder affecting the neck muscles.
Stock Photo #1773-184860, Photomicrograph of a tissue section of cardiac muscle
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Photomicrograph of a tissue section of cardiac muscle
Stock Photo #824-127555, Illustration of various stages to explain how the brain commands a ball to be caught. Eyes send information on what they see to the brain via the sensory nerves. The brain’s response is sent via the network of sensory nerve fibers (motor nerves) to the muscles in the arms which will then catch the ball.
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Illustration of various stages to explain how the brain commands a ball to be caught. Eyes send information on what they see ...
Illustration of various stages to explain how the brain commands a ball to be caught. Eyes send information on what they see to the brain via the sensory nerves. The brain’s response is sent via the network of sensory nerve fibers (motor nerves) to the muscles in the arms which will then catch the ball.
Stock Photo #1830-90945, Cell phone solutions
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Stock Photo #824-69497, HANDICAPPED PERSON. HANDICAPPED PERSON Photo essay. Man suffering from juvenile pseudomyopathic spinal muscular atrophy (WOHLFART-KUGELBERG-WELANDER syndrome). This rare hereditary disease is due to the degeneration of anterior horn cells. A hereditary motor neuropathy (genetic neurological disease causing walking problems, etc.), it is classified into three types, depending on severity, age of onset and repercussions of the disease.
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HANDICAPPED PERSON. HANDICAPPED PERSON Photo essay. Man suffering from juvenile pseudomyopathic spinal muscular atrophy (WOHL...
HANDICAPPED PERSON. HANDICAPPED PERSON Photo essay. Man suffering from juvenile pseudomyopathic spinal muscular atrophy (WOHLFART-KUGELBERG-WELANDER syndrome). This rare hereditary disease is due to the degeneration of anterior horn cells. A hereditary motor neuropathy (genetic neurological disease causing walking problems, etc.), it is classified into three types, depending on severity, age of onset and repercussions of the disease.
Stock Photo #1773-184862, Photomicrograph of a tissue section of skeletal muscle fibers
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Photomicrograph of a tissue section of skeletal muscle fibers
Stock Photo #4269-27693, Muscle fiber. Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a thin longitudinal section cut through an area of human skeletal muscle tissue. Image shows several myofibrils, each with the distinct banding pattern of individual sarcomeres.
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Muscle fiber. Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a thin longitudinal section cut through an area of human skeletal mus...
Muscle fiber. Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a thin longitudinal section cut through an area of human skeletal muscle tissue. Image shows several myofibrils, each with the distinct banding pattern of individual sarcomeres.
Stock Photo #4297-1259, Transmission electron microscopic image of of a red blood cell within a capillary
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Transmission electron microscopic image of of a red blood cell within a capillary
Stock Photo #4128R-4503, Foetal vein, SEM
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Foetal vein, SEM
Stock Photo #824-60840, MYONEURAL JUNCTION. MYONEURAL JUNCTION Motor end plate or neuromuscular synapse : junction between the efferent neuron and the muscle fiber. Optic microscopy about x 150 the size of an image of 14 x 9.3 cm , 1cm = 72µm.
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MYONEURAL JUNCTION. MYONEURAL JUNCTION Motor end plate or neuromuscular synapse : junction between the efferent neuron and th...
MYONEURAL JUNCTION. MYONEURAL JUNCTION Motor end plate or neuromuscular synapse : junction between the efferent neuron and the muscle fiber. Optic microscopy about x 150 the size of an image of 14 x 9.3 cm , 1cm = 72µm.
Stock Photo #4128R-22532, Secondary heart cancer. Light micrograph of a section through cardiac muscle showing a metastatic seminoma. This is a germ cell tumour that originated in the testis. Magnification: x150 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.
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Secondary heart cancer. Light micrograph of a section through cardiac muscle showing a metastatic seminoma. This is a germ ce...
Secondary heart cancer. Light micrograph of a section through cardiac muscle showing a metastatic seminoma. This is a germ cell tumour that originated in the testis. Magnification: x150 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.
Stock Photo #4297-1258, Transmission electron microscopic image of of a red blood cell within a capillary
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Transmission electron microscopic image of of a red blood cell within a capillary
Stock Photo #824-58756, ARTERY, DRAWING. ARTERY, DRAWING Anatomy of an artery. Illustration of the various layers of an arterial wall. From the exterior inwards: - the tunica adventitia or adventitia (two tissue types, collagen and elastic tissue) - the tunica media or media (smooth muscle) - tunica intima or intima (three types of tissue: elastic tissue, a layer of sub-endothelial cells and the endothelium) which is the layer closest to the arterial lumen.
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ARTERY, DRAWING. ARTERY, DRAWING Anatomy of an artery. Illustration of the various layers of an arterial wall. From the exter...
ARTERY, DRAWING. ARTERY, DRAWING Anatomy of an artery. Illustration of the various layers of an arterial wall. From the exterior inwards: - the tunica adventitia or adventitia (two tissue types, collagen and elastic tissue) - the tunica media or media (smooth muscle) - tunica intima or intima (three types of tissue: elastic tissue, a layer of sub-endothelial cells and the endothelium) which is the layer closest to the arterial lumen.
Stock Photo #4128R-36714, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #1566-399607, Skeletal muscle, striated muscle, cross section, colagen, locomotion, 200 X optical microscope, photomicrography , histology.
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Skeletal muscle, striated muscle, cross section, colagen, locomotion, 200 X optical microscope, photomicrography , histology.
Stock Photo #4128R-36719, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #1647R-97654, Heart Muscle
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Stock Photo #824-16182, SKIN, ILLUSTRATION. SKIN, ILLUSTRATION Cross-section of the skin. Illustration (3D cross-section, 3/4 view from above) of the anatomy of the skin, with all its various constituent elements, and its the three layers, from the exterior to the interior: - the epidermis, - the dermis, - the hypodermis, - the hairs which traverse the dermis and epidermis, and the various constituent elements of the dermis (glands, nerve endings, blood vessels).
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SKIN, ILLUSTRATION. SKIN, ILLUSTRATION Cross-section of the skin. Illustration (3D cross-section, 3/4 view from above) of the...
SKIN, ILLUSTRATION. SKIN, ILLUSTRATION Cross-section of the skin. Illustration (3D cross-section, 3/4 view from above) of the anatomy of the skin, with all its various constituent elements, and its the three layers, from the exterior to the interior: - the epidermis, - the dermis, - the hypodermis, - the hairs which traverse the dermis and epidermis, and the various constituent elements of the dermis (glands, nerve endings, blood vessels).

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