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Gram-negative rods – Morganella morganii species

Gram-negative rods – Morganella morganii species (approx X1000). Taken from the Wistreich Collection, appearing exclusively on MicrobeWorld. Read More

The results of a pour plate after incubation

The results of a pour plate after incubation. Taken from the Wistreich Collection, appearing exclusively on MicrobeWorld. Read More

Pasta And Bamboo Reimagined As Bacteria And DNA

Fun pictures from Popular Science... Read More

Basidiobolus haptosporus

Two zygospores of Basidiobolus haptosporus. Lactophenol cotton blue stain Read More

Clostridium spp.

Clostridium spp. from pet food. Phase. 1000X - Maunder Read More

Acid-fast rods

Acid-fast rods. (approx X 1000). Taken from the Wistreich Collection, appearing exclusively on MicrobeWorld. Read More

possible strongyloides

Taking pics of my dog. Recently diagnosed with Strongyloides but no better after treatment.any suggestions? 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

MicrobeWorld at the 2010 USA Science and Engineering Festival

This past weekend the USA Science and Engineering Festival came to Washington, D.C. The American Society for Microbiology and MicrobeWorld were present with our own booth in which we offered several microbe-related activities for attendees of all ages.

In this picture, Barbara Hyde, director... Read More

Brown hyphae of Cercospora apii

Brown hyphae of Cercospora apii in subcutaneous lesion. H & E stain Read More

Aspergillus sp.

Aspergillus sp. Early stage with sterigma and spores. Nomarski technique (800X) Read More

Scary Movie?

Genus Serratia presents special problems of identification because of biochemical and morphological similarity to other genera of the Enterobacteriaceae, notably Klebsiella and Enterobacter. Serratia liquefaciens is an opportunistic pathogen which is capable of colonizing a wide variety of surfa... Read More

Vegetables discarded, mulched over E. coli fears in Europe

Click source to view some great images of crops being destroyed as the result of E. coli prevention steps in Europe. Read More

Test Submission-Blood Donation in Nepal

I am just submitting this as a test submission so that I know how the whole process functions.

Image taken at Pashupathinah Temple in Kathmandu Nepal using a Nikon PS510 Read More

Cryptococcus neoformans

Cryptococcus neoformans in mash preparation of mouse brain. Note large capsule and narrow budding isthmus Read More

Microsporum gypseum

Microsporum gypseum colony on Sabouraud's agar Read More

An algal bloom in a stream bordering land plants

An algal bloom in a stream bordering land plants. From the Wistreich Collection Read More

Photos from the ASMBiodefense 2012 H5N1 Research Discussion

Moderated by the Chair of the National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity (NSABB), Paul Keim, Ph.D., this session at the ASM Biodefense and Emerging Diseases Research Meeting included discussions of the NSABB’s recommendations for the publication of the controversial H5N1 research.

Presen... Read More

Beauty of Ecoli colony in EMB plate

Ecoli isolated from food sample in our laboratory Read More

Actinomyces

Actinomyces. Section through sulfur granule Read More

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