Destruction of a bacterium. Conceptual illustration that can be used to illustrate antibacterial action of antibiotics, nanoparticles, bacteriophages and other antibacterial agents.
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- Destruction of a bacterium. Conceptual illustration that can be used to illustrate antibacterial action of antibiotics, nanoparticles, bacteriophages and other antibacterial agents.
- Computer illustration showing different stages of destruction of a virus. The image can be used to illustrate effect of drugs, nanoparticles and other factors on a virus.
- Illustration of the destruction of a bacterium by the action of silver nanoparticles.
- Destruction of tuberculosis bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis, computer illustration. Conceptual image for tuberculosis treatment and prevention.
- Destruction of hepatitis B virus by silver nanoparticles, computer illustration. Conceptual image for hepatitis B treatment and prevention by using nanotechnology.
- Destruction of a cancer cell, computer illustration. Conceptual image which can illustrate the treatment of cancer by drugs, nanoparticles, antibodies or other methods.
- Destruction of a cancer cell by nanoparticles, computer illustration. Conceptual image which illustrates the potential of nanoparticles in the treatment of cancer.
- Ubiquitin, molecular model. Ubiquitin is found in all eukaryotic cells. When a protein is damaged or old it will be tagged by several ubiquitin molecules. The protein is then moved to a proteosome, a hollow barrel shaped protein that degrades other proteins into amino acids and small polypeptides.
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