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Medical illustration, Coronavirus virus microbe with spikes of glycoproteins, M-Proteins, E-Proteins and Hemmagglutin-esterase, on a grey backgroundMedical illustration, Coronavirus virus microbe with spikes of glycoproteins, M-Proteins, E-Proteins and Hemmagglutin-esterase, on a grey background
Medical illustration, Coronavirus virus microbe with spikes of glycoproteins, M-Proteins, E-Proteins and Hemmagglutin-esterase, on a grey backgroundMedical illustration, Coronavirus virus microbe with spikes of glycoproteins, M-Proteins, E-Proteins and Hemmagglutin-esterase, on a grey background
Illustration of Spirochaete Borrelia bacteria, the cause of Lyme disease. These spirochaete (spiral-shaped) bacteria are passed to humans through the bites of infected Ixodes sp. ticks. Symptoms of Lyme disease include skin lesions, muscle pain, neurological and cardiac abnormalities, and arthritis. Treatments include antibiotic and corticosteroid drugs.Illustration of Spirochaete Borrelia bacteria, the cause of Lyme disease. These spirochaete (spiral-shaped) bacteria are passed to humans through the bites of infected Ixodes sp. ticks. Symptoms of Lyme disease include skin lesions, muscle pain, neurological and cardiac abnormalities, and arthritis. Treatments include antibiotic and corticosteroid drugs.
3d illustration of a Spirochaete Borrelia bacterium, the cause of Lyme disease.3d illustration of a Spirochaete Borrelia bacterium, the cause of Lyme disease.
3d illustration of Spirochaete Borrelia bacteria, the cause of Lyme disease.3d illustration of Spirochaete Borrelia bacteria, the cause of Lyme disease.
3d illustration of Spirochaete Borrelia bacteria, the cause of Lyme disease.3d illustration of Spirochaete Borrelia bacteria, the cause of Lyme disease.
Illustration of Mycobacterium leprae, a gram-positive bacteria that causes leprosy (Hansen's disease).Illustration of Mycobacterium leprae, a gram-positive bacteria that causes leprosy (Hansen's disease).
Illustration of Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria, the Gram-positive rod-shaped bacteria that causes tuberculosis (TB).Illustration of Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria, the Gram-positive rod-shaped bacteria that causes tuberculosis (TB).
Illustration of E. coli bacteriaIllustration of E. coli bacteria
Illustration of E. coli bacteriaIllustration of E. coli bacteria
Illustration of Fusobacterium bacteria, close upIllustration of Fusobacterium bacteria, close up
Bacteria from a human beard. Colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of bacteria cultured from a human beard. A European study has found that the average man's beard is more replete with human-pathogenic bacteria than the dirtiest part of a dog's fur. There are around 1000 species of bacteria from 19 phyla found on human skin. Skin flora is usually non-pathogenic, and either commensal (not harmful to their host) or mutualistic (offer a benefit). Magnification: x4000 when printed at 10cm wide.Bacteria from a human beard. Colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of bacteria cultured from a human beard. A European study has found that the average man's beard is more replete with human-pathogenic bacteria than the dirtiest part of a dog's fur. There are around 1000 species of bacteria from 19 phyla found on human skin. Skin flora is usually non-pathogenic, and either commensal (not harmful to their host) or mutualistic (offer a benefit). Magnification: x4000 when printed at 10cm wide.
Bacteria from a coin. Colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of bacteria cultured from a english one pound coin. A study that tested a random selection of coins and notes of all denominations discovered the presence of 19 kinds of bacteria, including two life threatening bacteria associated with antibiotic resistant superbugs - Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Enterococcus faecium (VRE). Bacteria associated with MRSA was discovered on the 2p, 5p, 10p, �1 and �2 coins, as well as the �10, �20 and �50 notes. MRSA can lead to boils, skin infections, food poisoning and toxic shock syndrome. The bacteria Enterococcus faecium was found on the 2p, 5p and 10p coins as well as the �10 note. This bacteria can cause blood, abdomen, skin and urinary tract infections. Magnification: x2600 when printed at 10cm wide.Bacteria from a coin. Colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of bacteria cultured from a english one pound coin. A study that tested a random selection of coins and notes of all denominations discovered the presence of 19 kinds of bacteria, including two life threatening bacteria associated with antibiotic resistant superbugs - Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Enterococcus faecium (VRE). Bacteria associated with MRSA was discovered on the 2p, 5p, 10p, �1 and �2 coins, as well as the �10, �20 and �50 notes. MRSA can lead to boils, skin infections, food poisoning and toxic shock syndrome. The bacteria Enterococcus faecium was found on the 2p, 5p and 10p coins as well as the �10 note. This bacteria can cause blood, abdomen, skin and urinary tract infections. Magnification: x2600 when printed at 10cm wide.
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.
Rhinovirus, illustrationRhinovirus, illustration
Noroviruses, illustrationNoroviruses, illustration
Rabies virus, illustrationRabies virus, illustration
Rhinoviruses, illustrationRhinoviruses, illustration
Ross river virus, illustrationRoss river virus, illustration
Human parainfluenza viruses, illustrationHuman parainfluenza viruses, illustration
Human metapneumoviruses, illustrationHuman metapneumoviruses, illustration
Polio viruses, illustrationPolio viruses, illustration
Pox viruses, illustrationPox viruses, illustration
Canine parvoviruses, illustrationCanine parvoviruses, illustration
Human papillomaviruses, illustrationHuman papillomaviruses, illustration
Nodamura viruses, illustrationNodamura viruses, illustration
Human papillomavirus, illustrationHuman papillomavirus, illustration
Human papillomavirus, illustrationHuman papillomavirus, illustration
Bacteria found on mobile phoneBacteria found on mobile phone
SputumSputum
E.coli bacteriaE.coli bacteria
Soil bacteriaSoil bacteria
SputumSputum
E.coli bacteriaE.coli bacteria
Bacteria found on mobile phoneBacteria found on mobile phone
SputumSputum
Bacteria found on mobile phoneBacteria found on mobile phone
Soil bacteriaSoil bacteria
Bacteria found on dishcloth, SEMBacteria found on dishcloth, SEM
Staphylococcus bacteria, colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM)Staphylococcus bacteria, colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM)
Illustration of aspergillus fungusIllustration of aspergillus fungus
Oral bacteria, SEMOral bacteria, SEM
Oral bacteria, SEMOral bacteria, SEM
Faecal bacteria, SEMFaecal bacteria, SEM
Freshwater sponge (Spngilla sp), colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM)Freshwater sponge (Spngilla sp), colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM)
From above of folded jeans with white protective mask in pocket placed on brown background.From above of folded jeans with white protective mask in pocket placed on brown background.
A protective mask against covid19 next to a disinfectant gel on a brown backgroundA protective mask against covid19 next to a disinfectant gel on a brown background

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