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Pseudomonas fluorescens showing flagella

Electron shadowed micrograph of Pseudomonas fluorescens showing flagella Read More

Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection Read More

Mini Microbe Portraits From the Micropolitan Museum

Tired of the portraits, landscapes and abstract art that peppers the walls of most art museums? According to Dutch photographer Wim von Egmond, there’s one art subject that has been ignored for centuries and finally deserves its due: microscopic organisms.

As the head of the Inst... Read More

Public Domain Images of the H1N1 Influenza Virus

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control has just published a page that offers several public domain images of the H1N1 virus and several 3D graphical representations of seasonal influenza virus. There is also an image of the CDC developed PCR diagnostic test to detect novel H1N1 virus. The images a... Read More

The Leopard and the Mouse: A Microbiologist's Take

The Small Things Considered blog has a post by Fred Neidhardt, F.G. Novy Distinguished University Professor, Emeritus, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of Michigan Medical School at Ann Arbor, that looks at two photos snapped by 19-year-old Casey Gutteridge at the Santago Ra... Read More

Pseudomonas fluorescens

Pseudomonas fluorescens under Woods lamp. Read More

Rothia dentocariosa

Rothia dentocariosa. Granular microcolonies, 18 hour aerobic growth on trypticase soy agar (250X) Read More

Final effluent prior to chloronation

Final effluent prior to chloronation (5000X) Read More

Immunoelectrophoresis

Immunoelectrophoresis. Wells 1 and 2 rabbit serum, Wells 3 rabbit gammaglobulin, trough 1 and 3 antirabbit serum, trough 2 anti-gamma-globulin Read More

Two Fresh Sleeves of LB/Tet Plates

Here's what you can get out of about a liter of LB agar. They have a very low concentration of Tetracycline in them to allow for a more permissive growth pattern. All in a night's work! Read More

Mineral Crusts pictures

Photos of the mineral crust created by microbes. Read More

Activated Sludge

Activated sludge. Stalked ciliates grazing the sludge material (1000X) Read More

Treponema pallidum

Electron micrograph of Treponema pallidum from a patient Read More

Streptococcus pneumoniae

Streptococcus pneumoniae in sputum smear. Gram stain (1200X) Read More

The Startling Epidemiology of H1N1

Science cartoonist Jay Hosler drafted this comic for the cover of the program for The Allegheny Branch of The American Society for Microbiology (ABASM) meeting at Juniata College this weekend (November 20th and 21st). Amusing. To see more of Hosler's work visit Read More

Colony of Streptomyces

Colony of Streptomyces (sp.) on Sabouraud's dextrose agar, incubated at 30C Read More

Mycoplasma pneumoniae

Mycoplasma pneumoniae. Photomicrograph, unstained. Note two isolated colonies adjacent to a single classical artifact, a 'pseudocolony' (750X) Read More

Washington DC H1N1 Mass Vaccination Poster 2009

H1N1 Mass Vaccination Clinic poster from a high school located in NorthWest, DC, November 6, 2009. Read More

1976 Swine Flu Vaccination via Jet Injector

Use of a jet injector during the 1976 New Jersey Influenza A immunization project. 45 million adults in the United States received a vaccine containing the A/New Jersey/76 influenzavirus ("swine flu" virus).

Image via the CDC's Flickr site. Read More

Two parallel rabbit testicular processes

Two parallel rabbit testicular processes with attached Treponema pallidum. Note the ability of single treponemes to associate by the terminal ends to host cell surfaces and to bridge the two adjacent testicular cells Read More

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