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Viruses, illustration.Viruses, illustration.
Coronavirus particles, illustration. Different strains of coronavirus are responsible for diseases such as the common cold, gastroenteritis and SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome). The new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (previously 2019-CoV) emerged in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The virus causes a mild respiratory illness (Covid-19) that can develop into pneumonia and be fatal in some cases. The coronaviruses take their name from their crown (corona) of surface spike proteins (large protrusions), which are used to attach and penetrate their host cells.Coronavirus particles, illustration. Different strains of coronavirus are responsible for diseases such as the common cold, gastroenteritis and SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome). The new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (previously 2019-CoV) emerged in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The virus causes a mild respiratory illness (Covid-19) that can develop into pneumonia and be fatal in some cases. The coronaviruses take their name from their crown (corona) of surface spike proteins (large protrusions), which are used to attach and penetrate their host cells.
Coronavirus particles, illustration. Different strains of coronavirus are responsible for diseases such as the common cold, gastroenteritis and SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome). The new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (previously 2019-CoV) emerged in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The virus causes a mild respiratory illness (Covid-19) that can develop into pneumonia and be fatal in some cases. The coronaviruses take their name from their crown (corona) of surface spike proteins (large protrusions), which are used to attach and penetrate their host cells.Coronavirus particles, illustration. Different strains of coronavirus are responsible for diseases such as the common cold, gastroenteritis and SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome). The new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (previously 2019-CoV) emerged in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The virus causes a mild respiratory illness (Covid-19) that can develop into pneumonia and be fatal in some cases. The coronaviruses take their name from their crown (corona) of surface spike proteins (large protrusions), which are used to attach and penetrate their host cells.
Coronavirus particles, illustration. Different strains of coronavirus are responsible for diseases such as the common cold, gastroenteritis and SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome). The new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (previously 2019-CoV) emerged in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The virus causes a mild respiratory illness (Covid-19) that can develop into pneumonia and be fatal in some cases. The coronaviruses take their name from their crown (corona) of surface spike proteins (large protrusions), which are used to attach and penetrate their host cells.Coronavirus particles, illustration. Different strains of coronavirus are responsible for diseases such as the common cold, gastroenteritis and SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome). The new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (previously 2019-CoV) emerged in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The virus causes a mild respiratory illness (Covid-19) that can develop into pneumonia and be fatal in some cases. The coronaviruses take their name from their crown (corona) of surface spike proteins (large protrusions), which are used to attach and penetrate their host cells.
Coronavirus particles, illustration. Different strains of coronavirus are responsible for diseases such as the common cold, gastroenteritis and SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome). The new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (previously 2019-CoV) emerged in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The virus causes a mild respiratory illness (Covid-19) that can develop into pneumonia and be fatal in some cases. The coronaviruses take their name from their crown (corona) of surface spike proteins (large protrusions), which are used to attach and penetrate their host cells.Coronavirus particles, illustration. Different strains of coronavirus are responsible for diseases such as the common cold, gastroenteritis and SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome). The new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (previously 2019-CoV) emerged in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The virus causes a mild respiratory illness (Covid-19) that can develop into pneumonia and be fatal in some cases. The coronaviruses take their name from their crown (corona) of surface spike proteins (large protrusions), which are used to attach and penetrate their host cells.
Viruses, illustration.Viruses, illustration.
Illustration of antibodies (y-shaped) responding to a coronavirus infection. Different strains of coronavirus are responsible for diseases such as the common cold, gastroenteritis and SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome). The new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (previously 2019-CoV) emerged in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The virus causes a mild respiratory illness (Covid-19) that can develop into pneumonia and be fatal in some cases. The coronaviruses take their name from their crown (corona) of surface proteins, which are used to attach and penetrate their host cells. Once inside the cells, the particles use the cells' machinery to make more copies of the virus. Antibodies bind to specific antigens, for instance viral proteins, marking them for destruction by phagocyte immune cells.Illustration of antibodies (y-shaped) responding to a coronavirus infection. Different strains of coronavirus are responsible for diseases such as the common cold, gastroenteritis and SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome). The new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (previously 2019-CoV) emerged in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The virus causes a mild respiratory illness (Covid-19) that can develop into pneumonia and be fatal in some cases. The coronaviruses take their name from their crown (corona) of surface proteins, which are used to attach and penetrate their host cells. Once inside the cells, the particles use the cells' machinery to make more copies of the virus. Antibodies bind to specific antigens, for instance viral proteins, marking them for destruction by phagocyte immune cells.
Nanomedicine, conceptual illustration.Nanomedicine, conceptual illustration.
Nanomedicine, conceptual illustration.Nanomedicine, conceptual illustration.
Nanomedicine, conceptual illustration.Nanomedicine, conceptual illustration.
Coronavirus, illustration. Blue subjects On turquoise background.Coronavirus, illustration. Blue subjects On turquoise background.
Coronavirus, illustration. Red subjects On red background.Coronavirus, illustration. Red subjects On red background.
Coronavirus cross section, illustration. 3D rendering on red/orange background.Coronavirus cross section, illustration. 3D rendering on red/orange background.
Coronavirus, illustration. Red subjects On red background. 3d rendering.Coronavirus, illustration. Red subjects On red background. 3d rendering.
Coronavirus, illustration. Turquoise subjects on turquoise background.Coronavirus, illustration. Turquoise subjects on turquoise background.
Coronavirus, illustration. On green background. 3d rendering.Coronavirus, illustration. On green background. 3d rendering.
Scientist viewing a flask containing cells cultivated in red growth medium.Scientist viewing a flask containing cells cultivated in red growth medium.
Technician preparing human medical samples for screening.Technician preparing human medical samples for screening.
Technician preparing human medical samples for screening.Technician preparing human medical samples for screening.
Technician preparing human medical samples for screening.Technician preparing human medical samples for screening.
Scientist viewing a human brain scan on a touch screen during a research project.Scientist viewing a human brain scan on a touch screen during a research project.
Doctor viewing a human brain scan on a screen in a neurology clinic.Doctor viewing a human brain scan on a screen in a neurology clinic.
Scientist pipetting a sample ready for automated analysis.Scientist pipetting a sample ready for automated analysis.
Scientist preparing a sample for automated analysis in the laboratory.Scientist preparing a sample for automated analysis in the laboratory.
Scientist preparing a sample for automated analysis in the laboratory.Scientist preparing a sample for automated analysis in the laboratory.
Scientist preparing a sample for automated analysis in the laboratory.Scientist preparing a sample for automated analysis in the laboratory.
Scientist viewing DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) profiles on a touch screen tablet during a genetic experiment.Scientist viewing DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) profiles on a touch screen tablet during a genetic experiment.
Tissue disposal.Tissue disposal.
Hand washing. Thorough handwashing with soap helps to prevent the spread of infections.Hand washing. Thorough handwashing with soap helps to prevent the spread of infections.
Hand washing. Thorough handwashing with soap helps to prevent the spread of infections.Hand washing. Thorough handwashing with soap helps to prevent the spread of infections.
Hand washing. Thorough handwashing with soap helps to prevent the spread of infections.Hand washing. Thorough handwashing with soap helps to prevent the spread of infections.
Anthrax bacteria, computer illustration. Anthrax bacteria (Bacillus anthracis) are the cause of the disease anthrax in humans and livestock. They are Gram-positive spore producing bacteria arranged in chains (streptobacilli). Many cells have a central spore. Anthrax spores, created by the bacteria, occur in soil in most parts of the world and are dormant until they infect a host.Anthrax bacteria, computer illustration. Anthrax bacteria (Bacillus anthracis) are the cause of the disease anthrax in humans and livestock. They are Gram-positive spore producing bacteria arranged in chains (streptobacilli). Many cells have a central spore. Anthrax spores, created by the bacteria, occur in soil in most parts of the world and are dormant until they infect a host.
Anthrax bacteria, computer illustration. Anthrax bacteria (Bacillus anthracis) are the cause of the disease anthrax in humans and livestock. They are Gram-positive spore producing bacteria arranged in chains (streptobacilli). Many cells have a central spore. Anthrax spores, created by the bacteria, occur in soil in most parts of the world and are dormant until they infect a host.Anthrax bacteria, computer illustration. Anthrax bacteria (Bacillus anthracis) are the cause of the disease anthrax in humans and livestock. They are Gram-positive spore producing bacteria arranged in chains (streptobacilli). Many cells have a central spore. Anthrax spores, created by the bacteria, occur in soil in most parts of the world and are dormant until they infect a host.
Young boy playing video gameYoung boy playing video game
Young boy playing video gameYoung boy playing video game
Young boy playing video gameYoung boy playing video game
Happy woman using laptopHappy woman using laptop
Woman working in home officeWoman working in home office
Woman using laptopWoman using laptop
Man using virtual reality headsetMan using virtual reality headset
Nurse pushing hospital bed in corridorNurse pushing hospital bed in corridor
Nurse call buttonNurse call button
Nurse and patient walking through the hallNurse and patient walking through the hall
Hospital bed handleHospital bed handle
Empty hospital bed at nightEmpty hospital bed at night
Coronavirus particle, illustrationCoronavirus particle, illustration
Coronavirus particle, illustrationCoronavirus particle, illustration
Coronavirus particle, illustrationCoronavirus particle, illustration

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