7,917 images for microbiology

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    Ebola virus, artwork

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    Hepatitis B infection. Computer artwork of Hepatitis B virus particles in the bloodstream.

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    Rear view of scientist making cell culture using pipette inside laboratory workstation

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    Influenza, artwork

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    HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) infection, computer artwork.

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    Bacteria, computer artwork.

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    HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) infection, computer artwork.

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    Rotavirus, artwork

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    HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) infection, computer artwork.

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    Scientist making cell culture using pipette inside laboratory workstation

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    Blood stream. Computer artwork of red and white blood cells in a blood vessel.

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    Zika viruses, computer illustration. This is an RNA (ribonucleic acid) virus from the Flaviviridae family. It is transmitted to humans via the bite of an infected Aedes sp. mosquito. It causes zika fever, a mild disease with symptoms including rash, joint pain and conjunctivitis. In 2015 a previously unknown connection between Zika infection in pregnant women and microcephaly (small head) in newbo

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    Scientist making bacterial culture in agar inside laboratory workstation

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    Nerve cell, computer artwork.

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    Female scientist examining micro organisms in petri dish

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    Bacteria research. Researcher holding a petri dish containing cultured bacteria.

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    Close up of scientist making bacterial culture in agar inside laboratory workstation

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    Virus, conceptual image

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    Microbiology research.

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    Future technology, conceptual image

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    Escherichia coli bacteria in blood, computer illustration. E. coli is a gram-negative motile bacterium which lives in the intestines as a part of its normal microflora. However, some strains can cause diarrheal infections and infections outside of the intestine, such as bacteraemia (bacteria in blood), peritonitis, cystitis, wound infections, nephritis, gynaecological infections, and meningitis in

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    Microbiology research

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    Virus, conceptual image

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    Scientist making bacterial culture in agar inside laboratory workstation

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    Human coxsackievirus, artwork

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    Haematology lab.

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    Syphilis bacteria (Treponema pallidum), computer artwork.

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    Microbiology research

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    Bacterial research, conceptual computer artwork.

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    Radiolarian skeleton. Computer artwork of the skeleton of a radiolarian. Radiolaria are single-celled protozoans that are found in marine plankton. Radiolarian have a silicate skeleton with pores through which pseudopodia (false feet) of protoplasm project. As it floats in ocean currents, the pseudopodia trap food particles on which the radiolarian feeds.

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    Haematology lab.

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    Scientist viewing cultures growing in petri dishes with a biohazard tape on in a microbiology lab

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    Pluripotent stem cell, SEM

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    Flu virus, artwork

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    Virus, conceptual image

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    Syphilis bacteria (Treponema pallidum), computer artwork.

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    Microbiology research

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    Bacteria, artwork

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    Microbiology research

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    Bacteria, conceptual artwork

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    A lab technician holding a Petri dish with a bacteria culture growing in it, close-up of the hand

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    Adenovirus. Computer artwork of an adenovirus, showing the surface structure of the virus's outer protein coat (capsid). Adenoviruses are known to infect humans. Most adenoviruses result in cold, flu, inflammation or infection of the body.

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    3D-computer artwork of bacillus bacteria. These rod-shaped bacteria (bacilli) are widespread in soil and in the air. Many bacillus bacteria are responsible for food spoilage. Also tetanus, anthrax, botulism and tuberculosis are caused by such bacteria.

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    Bacteria, conceptual artwork

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    Gloved hand holding multiwell dish containing cell culture medium (DMEM)

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    Dividing bacteria, artwork

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    Blood stream. Computer artwork of red and white blood cells in a blood vessel.

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    Southern bean mosaic virus capsid protein

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    Bacterial research, conceptual computer artwork.

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    Genetic research, conceptual image

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    Poliovirus-receptor complex. Computer model of a poliovirus (yellow) complexed with receptors (CD155, green) from human cells.

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    Bacteria, conceptual artwork

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    E. coli bacteria on skin, artwork

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    Bacteria, artwork

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    Diatom, SEM

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    Microbiology research

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    Bacteria, artwork

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    Virus structure, conceptual artwork

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    Female scientist examining microbiological cultures in a petri dish

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    Pipette transferring green colour solution into petri dish

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    Computer artwork depicting a cluster of bacteria.

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    Microbiology research

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    Hispanic scientist working with dropper and petri dish

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    Bacteria culture on agar plate, laboratory scene

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    Biologists

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    Microbiology research

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    3D-computer artwork of bacillus bacteria. These rod-shaped bacteria (bacilli) are widespread in soil and in the air. Many bacillus bacteria are responsible for food spoilage. Also tetanus, anthrax, botulism and tuberculosis are caused by such bacteria.

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    Lactobacillus casei bacteria, SEM

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    Red and White Blood Cells

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    Genetic research, conceptual image

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    Bacteria research. Researcher holding a petri dish containing cultured bacteria (dots).

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    Chemists

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    African American scientist working with petri dish

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    Bacillus subtilis bacteria, artwork

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    MRSA bacteria. Computer artwork of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteria.

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    Bacteriophage, artwork.

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    Human papilloma virus (HPV) , computer model. HPV causes warts, which mostly occur on the hands and feet. Certain strains also infect the genitals.

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    Syphilis bacteria, artwork

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    E coli bacterium, artwork

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    Bacteria research. Researcher holding a petri dish containing cultured bacteria (dots).

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    Streptococcus bacteria, artwork

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    Syphilis bacteria, artwork

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    Illustration of rod-shaped bacteria. Rod-shaped bacteria include Escherichia coli, Salmonella, Shigella, Klebsiella, Citrobacter, Enterobacter, Yersinia pestis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Legionella pneumophila and Mycobacterium tuberculosis species.

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    Viral infection, conceptual artwork

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    Influenza (flu) virus, computer artwork.

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    Langerhans cell, TEM

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    3D-computer artwork of bacillus bacteria. These rod-shaped bacteria (bacilli) are widespread in soil and in the air. Many bacillus bacteria are responsible for food spoilage. Also tetanus, anthrax, botulism and tuberculosis are caused by such bacteria.

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    Chromosomes and double helix over silhouettes of man

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    Virus, conceptual image

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    Radiolarian skeleton. Computer artwork of the skeleton of a radiolarian. Radiolaria are single-celled protozoans that are found in marine plankton. Radiolarian have a silicate skeleton with pores through which pseudopodia (false feet) of protoplasm project. As it floats in ocean currents, the pseudopodia trap food particles on which the radiolarian feeds

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