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P.aeruginosa fluoresce when exposed to U.V radiation

The Bluish Green Pigment of P.aeruginosa fluoresce when exposed to U.V radiation. Read More

Search and destroy!

Search and destroy! This image shows us how an immune cell, called a macrophage, attacks foreign bodies like bacteria – or this microbead – completely engulfing it so it can be broken down deep within the cell.

Visualized using scanning electron microscopy by Darren Brown, University of Queen... Read More

Coxiella burnetii, the bacteria that cause Q fever

A dry fracture of a Vero cell exposing the contents of a vacuole where Coxiella burnetii are busy growing. Credit: National Institutes of Health/Department of Health and Human Services (NIAID). Read More

Fibroblast Expressing Ebola Virus

Honorable Mention - 2008 Olympus Bioscapes International Digital Imaging Competition

Dr. David McDonald
Case School of Medicine
Cleveland, OH, USA
Specimen: Fibroblast Expressing Ebola Virus
Technique: Fluorescence/Deconvolution

Click "source" to view image. Read More

Streptococcus pyogenes Bacitracin Test

Growth Inhibition of Streptococcus pyogenes by Bacitracin. Streptococcus pyogenes is sensitive to bacitracin and will not grow around the antibiotic-containing disc. The other beta hemolytic streptococci are not sensitive to bacitracin. Isolated of Beatrice Rogolino M.Sc - photo Francesco d'Aleo... Read More

Protein that delays cell division in bacteria may lead to idenfication of new antibiotics

Bacteria adjust to wide fluctuations in food supply by controlling how big they get and how often they divide. Scientists at Washington University in St. Louis have just worked out the control system E. coli use to delay division so they can bulk up when food suddently becomes abundant. What can... Read More

LD bodies inside a macrophage

A smear showing LD bodies inside a macrophage from a patient of Kala-azar visiting Universal College of Medical Sciences and Teaching Hospital. Photo Courtesy: Dr. Deliya Paudel, Department of pathology Read More

Lactose fermenting E.coli after overnight growing on MacConkey agar

MacConkey agar plate with invasive lactose fermenting E.coli which was isolated for fatal case of neonatal septicemia.
Photo was taken after 12h incubation under 37C.
Credits: Povilas Kavaliauskas, Vilnius University, Lithuania. Read More

Visiting ASM stall at the 25th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 2015, Copenhagen

At the 25th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 2015, Copenhagen. More than 10,000 people from the whole world are participating this year. Enjoying the talks on current research and discovery of microbiology and infectious diseases. Read More

E. coli negatively stained

E. coli negatively stained with 1% Uranyl acetate

Courtesy of Alexander Mironov Read More

Rotavirus-Infected Cell

Rotavirus-infected cell revealing numerous viral factories in the cytoplasm.

Credit: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)

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Bed Bug (Cimex species)

Shown here is a bug that was sent for our lab for identification. It was identified as Cimex species, also known as the common bed bug. The two most common species that use humans as a host are C. lectularius and C. hemipterus. All adult and nymphal stages of this organism need to take blood mea... Read More

Metallic Sheen in m Endo Agar

I am Sagar Aryal, Global Outreach Member of ASM, currently studying M.Sc. Medical Microbiology at St. Xavier's College, Kathmandu, Nepal.
This is the picture of presence of metallic sheen in m Endo Agar while detecting the coliforms in different water sample of kathmandu valley by membrane fil... Read More

Rhizopus microsporus columella

Rhizopus microsporis columella
Species of the mucoralean genus Rhizopus are very relevant to
society, in several respects. They are known as spoilage organisms,
contaminating a variety of foodstuffs and agricultural
products during storage and transport . Because of off-odors, unwanted disco... Read More

Nematode Host Meets Bacterial Pathogen

This image shows the nematode host Caenorhbaditis elegans encountering the bacterial pathogen S. marcescens. Natural selection imposed by the co-evolving pathogen led to the evolution and maintenance of bi-parental sex in the host population.

The host and the pathogen were experimentally co-e... Read More

MHT positive or negative

On the left is test isolate and on right side is positive control. Imipenem MIC by etest method was 0.75 ug/ml. How to interpret this modified hodge test; positive or negative? Read More

The bioluminescent bacteria

Growth of the gram negative bacteria Vibrio fischeri expressing bioluminescence as a result of the symbiotic interaction with Euprymna scolopes. You can see the plate without shining and glowing in the dark. The Form is the mascot of the University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras campus. Read More

christmas microbiology

The tree with E. coli (red), K. pneumoniae (green) and Proteus mirabilis (brown) in chromoagar orientation. Read More

VIBRIO CHOLERAE O1 ISOLATEDFROM HUMAN STOOL

THIS IS VIBRIO CHOLERAE O1 OGAWA ISOLATED FROM HUMAN STOOL SWAB PLATED ON BILE SALT AGAR Read More

Paramecium

Paramecium sp. showing the nucleus, mouth and water expulsion vacuoles (40x). 4th Place 2013 PHOTOMICROGRAPHY COMPETITION, Nikon Small World

Credit: Rogelio Moreno Gill Read More
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