Electron Microscope image of DNA. I love this...would make great wall art.

Electron microscope image of DNA = Life-giving codes to every living thing in our Universe ! Binary code is 2 digit, but DNA is and live stream!

a microscopic view of apoptosis (a normal process to eliminate DNA-damaged, superfluous, or unwanted cells)

a microscopic view of apoptosis (a normal process to eliminate DNA-damaged, superfluous, or unwanted cells) AS&K Visual Science - Medical Illustration & Animation on Behance

Viruses called phages attacking bacteria. Scenes like this are playing out within the ecosystem of your body even now.

From eyelash mites to friendly viruses: The 'aliens' inside us all (but don't worry they're here to help)

It may look like an extraterrestrial Moon landing, but in fact the image shows viruses called phages attacking bacteria – something that happens regularly inside all of our bodies.

Macrophage engulfing bacteria as part of the immune system's response to infection. SEM X9000

Macrophage engulfing bacteria as part of the immune system's response to infection. SEM I so could have been a microbiologist. I absolutely ADORE science! I find this stuff mesmerizing!

HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS Ukrainian Artist Alexey...

devidsketchbook: “HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS Ukrainian Artist Alexey Kashpersky (behance) - “Many days I tried to find a composition solution, playing with the model. All attempts were not.

The cancer cell's pink mitochondria and gold endoplasmic reticulum--a network of vesicles and sacs--swirl around a dark nucleus. The rendering was awarded an honorable mention in the illustration category of the 2008 International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge.     Donald Bliss and Sriram Subramaniam of the National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine created the image by "sandblasting" the cell with ions of the element gallium.

A melanoma cell viewed with imaging with Ion-Abrasion SEM. Credit : Donald Bliss and Sriram Subramaniam, National Library of Medicine, NIH

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The Wars Within

The picture with the macrophage reaching to ensnare a bacterium - Amazing shot. Another great immunology microscopy set.

Bacteriophages are viruses that infect bacteria. They are incredibly useful in genetics because they replicate by ligating pieces of phage DNA into the bacterial chromosome, which is then replicated by bacterial machinery. Scientists are able to use bacteriophages for the transfer of genes between bacterial cells.

Bacteriophages are viruses that infect bacteria. They are incredibly useful in…

Structure of typical viruses, the smallest microbe on Earth. Virus is merely a packet of DNA or RNA information. This packet of information is sort of like an instruction manual on how to reproduce. Read more: http://easyscienceforkids.com/viruses-the-smallest-microbe-on-earth/

Virus Facts for Kids

Easy Science for Kids Viruses: The Smallest Microbe on Earth - learn fun facts about animals, the human body, our planet and much more. Fun free Viruses: The Smallest Microbe on Earth activities!

Vibrio cholerae by icaroGraf on deviantART

Stop Superbugs Naturally - Vibrio cholerae by icaroGraf on deviantART

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