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 View Image #156-077Antimicrobial Resistance#156-077 
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 View Image #1886-113Bacteria#1886-113 
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Scanning electron micrograph of rod shaped bacteria. Anthrax, botulism and tetanus are all caused by rod shaped bacteria.

 View Image #156-117Bacteria#156-117 
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Viewof 3-d bacterium being dstroyed. To view similar images and animations view our portfolio or web site.

 View Image #1886-016Bacteria#1886-016 
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A scanning electron micrograph of rod shaped bacteria. Anthrax, botulism and tetanus are all caused by rod shaped bacteria. ...

 View Image #1886-030Bacteria#1886-030 
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A scanning electron micrograph of rod shaped bacteria. Anthrax, botulism and tetanus are all caused by rod shaped bacteria.

 View Image #1886-045Bacteria#1886-045 
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Rrod shaped bacteria. Anthrax, botulism and tetanus are all caused by rod shaped bacteria.

 View Image #111-171Bacteria with Petri dishes#111-171 
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Petri dishes and growth media surrounded by floating bacteria including aerobic and anaerobic bacteria: staphylococcus aureus...

 View Image #111-179Bacteria: Staph Infection Resistant to Antibiotics#111-179 
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This illustration could be used for any topic concerning bacteria or infections which are resistant to pharmacological treatm...

 View Image #111-164Bacterial Infection: Treatment by IV Infusion#111-164 
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Artistsí interpretation of intravenous administration of pharmacological agent into patientís vein for bacterial infection. B...

 View Image #104-013Bacterium#104-013 
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This bacterium is a digital 3-D model that can be easily repositioned, relit, recomposed and rerendered for higher or lower r...

 View Image #111-148Chlamydia with male and female symbols#111-148 
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Three-dimensional chlamydia pathogens float through glass-like male and female symbols. Commercial requests only. Minimum li...

 View Image #1886-135Coccus Bacteria#1886-135 
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A stylized view of cocci bacterium. Staphylococci, Enterococci, and Streptococci are all types of cocci bacteria.

 View Image #1886-089Cooci bacteria#1886-089 
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A scanning electromicrograph of cocci bacterium. Staphylococci, Enterococci, and Streptococci are all types of cocci bacteria...

 View Image #1886-193Escherichia coli#1886-193 
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Escherichia coli or E.coli bacteria viewed at microscopic level.

 View Image #136-101Escherichia coli bacterium - E. Coli#136-101 
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Typical morphology of E. coli bacterium
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