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Blastomyces dermatitidis

Blastomyces dermatitidis in tissue from patient from Uganda, Africa. Gridley's stain Read More

Science Tattoo Emporium

Carl Zimmer wondered if scientists had tattoos of their science and as it turns out, many do! Check out this great collection of science tattoos. I have to admit I browsed through the whole 23 page collection, fascinated by the art of science and seeing, in some cases, the full colored beauty of... Read More

Photomicrograph of Algae - 1856 by John William Draper

A multitalented scientist and inventor, John William Draper worked as a chemistry professor at the University of New York, where he conducted research in numerous fields, ranging from medicine and philosophy to spectrum analysis and photography. This photograph displaying the physiological chara... Read More

Attachment of several treponemes to testicular cell membranes

Attachment of several treponemes to testicular cell membranes 22 hours post-infection. Note the orientation of the treponemes mediated by their tapered ends and apparent disk-like organelle 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

Torulopsis glabrata

Torulopsis glabrata in kidney tubules of terminally ill patient. Patient died with another disease Read More

File Under 'Cool Art Department' - Glass Microbiology

UK Artist Luke Jerram has created a series of glass sculptures of microbes, including E. coli and the Smallpox virus. In fact, a colored image of an earlier HIV sculpture he made that was taken by photographer David Sayer won an award from the Institute of Medical Imaging in 2007. Several works ... Read More

Worm sperm motility

Two worm sperm shimmy across a microscope slide. Unlike most cells that rely on motor proteins to propel themselves forward, worm sperm use tiny fibers at their front ends. Putting the fibers together and taking them apart sets the cells in motion. In a new advance, researchers disassembled the ... Read More

Dangerous Rendezvous

A macrophage (pale brown) interacts with Borrelia cells (blue), the spirochete bacteria that cause Lyme disease. Although the outer membrane of Borrelia contains a strong antigen, the OspC protein, the bacterium successfully evades the human immune system by hiding out in places less accessible ... Read More

Introducing the Thanatomicrobiome

In a healthy adult human body, most internal organs such as the brain, spleen, liver, and heart are devoid of microorganisms because the immune system keeps them in check. After human host death, however, the immune system falters and microorganisms proliferate throughout the body beginning in ... Read More

MaConkey Agar (Mac)

Organisms grown on MacConkey Agar at 37 degrees for 24 hours.
-Important Ingredients: crystal violet, bile salts, neutral red (color indicator), lactose
-Differential: used to identify and isolate lactose fermenting G- enteric bacteria mainly Enterobacteriaceae. Strong lactose fermentation pr... Read More

Stained blood smear preparation showing spiral morphology

Stained blood smear preparation showing spiral morphology. Taken from the Wistreich Collection, appearing exclusively on MicrobeWorld. Read More

Clostridium spp.

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

Sulfer granules on dressing

Sulfer granules on dressing from draining actinomycotic sinus Read More

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

Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection Read More

Brown hyphae of Exophiala jeanselmei

Brown hyphae of Exophiala jeanselmei. Hyphae in wall of 'cyst' Read More

Engineered Ecosystem

“Predator” bacteria (green) surround “prey” bacteria (red) in this petri dish version of the Serengeti. Rather than eating their prey, however, predator cells release a chemical that activates a suicide gene in the prey. Prey cells also release a chemical, but one that promotes survival of the p... Read More

Here's the one that got me, Doctor

Having recently (and barely) recovered from a tangle w/ this character - the Norovirus - I've a new found respect for it's potency.
After all, anything that can reduce a grown man to a weak as a kitten, aching, cursing his immune system wretch should be rightly acknowledged as worthy. Read More

A single Vorticella species.

A single Vorticella species. From the Wistreich collection. Read More

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