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Monoclonal Antibodies Initiating Complement Cascade

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This still frame from an animated video depicts the final stages in a monoclonal antibody initiated complement cascade that results in the destruction of a compromised T-lymphocyte.

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medical illustration of Yeast are single-celled fungi and ubiquitous in every microbiome on earth.
medical illustration of Coccidia is a spore-forming intracellular parasite that infect the intestinal tracts of many animal species including humans.
medical illustration of CRISPR are DNA sequences that help destroy invading viral DNA. CRISPER/Cas9 is a modification that allows precise editing of DNA sequences and shows great therapeutic promise.
medical illustration of The gut contains a living ecosystem of microbes which all have a profound impact on a body's health and wellbeing.
medical illustration of The PRRS virus or Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus is responsible for a significant panzootic disease of pigs.
medical illustration of Water-in-Oil-in-Water is a type of emulsion where water is emulsified in oil which is turn is emulsified in water. This method of emulsification facilitates gastrointestinal absorption of many medicines and is also used in some vaccines to enhance the immune response.
medical illustration of Siderophores are iron binding compounds used by many microorganisms to acquire nutrients in iron poor environments. They scavenge iron and retrieve it through pores in the microbe cell wall.
medical illustration of An immune response to respiratory viruses involves the production and release of virus neutralizing antibodies.
medical illustration of The West Nile virus is usually spread to people by various species of mosquito.
medical illustration of Cell membranes are composed of a phospholipid bilayer with porins and transfer channels making it permeable. The cell membranes also functions as an attachment mechanism and provides cellular shape.
medical illustration of A void in a jawbone created by an extraction or accident is filled with a bone graft and covered with a membrane until full bone restoration is achieved.
medical illustration of Lead by a specific cell targeting antibody a fullerene smuggles drugs into a cancer cell.
medical illustration of Sperm attempting to fertilize an egg.
medical illustration of After orthomyxovirus RNA has been transcribed to resemble host RNA, viral proteins are synthesized by Ribosomes
medical illustration of T4 bacteriophage that infects bacteria, notably E. coli by injecting it DNA into it. Once the DNA is injected, a host bacterium is caused to produce more T4 particles, killing the bacterium in the process.
medical illustration of A liposome is a microscopic phospholipid bilayer vesicle that can be used to transport drugs and nutrients.
medical illustration of Pseudomonas is a Gram-negative aerobic bacteria that is hearty in harsh environment and resistant to many antibiotics.
medical illustration of The illustration represents the generic progression of meiosis. Meiosis is a type cell division that produces gametes needed for sexual reproduction. Is this illustration the gametes are sperm and egg.
medical illustration of Dendritic cells are antigen presenting cells and a component of the immune system. They typically present antigen to T-cells that in turn initiate an immune response.
medical illustration of Lead by a specific cell targeting antibody a fullerene smuggles drugs into a cancer cell
medical illustration of Plant health and productivity are greatly affected by their soil microbiome balance.
medical illustration of Giardia are flagellated protozoans and parasites responsible for giardiasis resulting in gastro-intestinal tract distress.
medical illustration of Various respiratory infections, both viral and bacterial, result in fluid buildup in lung alveoli.
medical illustration of Stylized, metallic DNA strand and DNA fragments
medical illustration of The Zika virus is spread by mosquitoes vectors such as Aedes aegypti and Adedes albopictus.
medical illustration of Cell environmental factors affect the expression of specific genes. Some changes in gene expression as a response to external stimuli can be passed to future generations
medical illustration of Exodes scapularis; Deer Tick
medical illustration of A free radical is damaging a cell membrane by stealing an electron which sets up a disruptive chain-reaction.
medical illustration of Brincidofovir is one of the promising drugs for controlling an Ebola infection.
medical illustration of The Zika virus is an icosahedral virus of the Flaviviridae family. The Zika virus causes Zika fever transmitted by a mosquito vector.
medical illustration of Free radicals will attempt to steal electrons from cell membranes and in the process injure the cell. Vitamin E attached to the cell membrane works as an electron donor and prevents injury.
medical illustration of Nanotechnologies involving polymer scaffolding and lipid bi-layers are used to enhance vaccine efficacy.
medical illustration of An illustration of the various layers and components that make up the Orthomyxovirus
medical illustration of Clostridium is a Gram-positive bacteria producing endospores. There are many species of clostridium causing disease. They include: C. botulinum, C. tetani, C. sordelli, C. perfringens, and C. difficile.
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medical illustration of The illustration depicts the cross-section of a jawbone with an embedded dental implant anchor.
medical illustration of Dendritic cells can be found in different states of activity. One of those states is described as veiled.
medical illustration of The Ebola virus causes hemorrhagic fever which degrades the blood vessel linings resulting in hypovolemic shock.
medical illustration of After orthomyxovirus proteins have been synthesized by the infected host cell, the proteins are assemble and bud through the host cell membrane
medical illustration of Coronavirus is an enveloped virus of the family Coronaviridae. It's genetic material is expressed as positive-sense, single-stranded RNA. Coronaviruses are primarily responsible for enteric diseases.
medical illustration of Flavivirus is a positive sense, single stranded RNA virus mostly notably associated with West Nile disease, dengue fever and encephalitis.
medical illustration of Various flea species infect mammals and birds. Fleas suck the blood of their hosts often making them a vector in disease transmission. Fleas are insects of the order Siphonaptera and comprise several genera.
medical illustration of SF9 cells are cells from Spodoptera frugiperda insect used in research and recombinant protein production. Shown is a cell culture suspension.
medical illustration of Vibrio cholera is a bacteria that infects the small intestine causing diarrhea and vomiting. Cholera is usually transmitted through contaminated food and water.
medical illustration of The human Imunodeficient virus (HIV) causes AIDS. Scientists have discovered a highly conserved portion of the virus epitope. Although the HIV virus is highly mutable, this portion of the virus is unchanging. Antibodies to this portion of the virus can neutralize other mutated strains of HIV.
medical illustration of The human Imunodeficient virus (HIV) causes AIDS. Scientists have discovered a highly conserved portion of the virus epitope. Although the HIV virus is highly mutable, this portion of the virus is unchanging. Antibodies to this portion of the virus can neutralize other mutated strains of HIV.
medical illustration of Respiratory Syncytial virus life cycle
medical illustration of Escherichia coli or E. coli is a Gram-negative, rod-shaped bacteria. E. coli strains are usually harmless enteric bacteria populating the lower intestine. Some E. coli, such as serotype O157:H7, are pathogenic. E. coli has meany uses in biotechnology in the production of specialized proteins.
medical illustration of Microfungi, such as molds and mildew are individually microscopic, eukaryotic organisms. Penicillium and yeasts are examples of microfungi. The inset depicts a closeup of a fruit body or mycelium.
medical illustration of The phylum nematoda is comprised of a large number species. Nematodes are present virtually everywhere from inside organisms to the soil and water. In humans and animals parasitic nematodes are predominately found in the GI tract.
medical illustration of Phylloxera are insects that once almost destroyed the European wine and grape industry. The lifecycle of Phylloxera is very complex and involves stages in both the soil involving grape roots and on grape leaves. Vitis vinifera grapes are the most susceptible.
medical illustration of Picornaviruses are positive scense, single-stranded RNA viruses with an icosahedral shape. They do not possess envelops. Poliomyelitis is one of the more commonly known diseases caused by the picornavirus.
medical illustration of Pollen grains contain plant microgametophytes. Through the process of pollenation pollen germinates on plant pistils and gives rise to seeds.
medical illustration of Staphylococcus aureus bacteria of which some strains display extreme drug-resistance. An example would be methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
medical illustration of Ticks are arachinids of the superfamily Ixodes. They are ectoparasites of many large animals and are often vectors of such diseases as Lyme disease, anaplasmosis, rocky mountain spotted fever, and tularemia.
medical illustration of The tobacco mosaic virus is a positive-sense, single-stranded RNA virus that infects plants. The tobacco mosaic virus is rod-shaped with a spiral structure.
medical illustration of Vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) is a member of the Rhabdoviridae family of which Rabies is one. The virus is a single molecule of negative-sense RNA that encodes a glycoprotein, large protein, phosphoprotein, matrix protein, and nucleoprotein. The virus shape has a unique bullet shape.
medical illustration of The illustration represents the generic progression of meiosis. Meiosis is a type cell division that produces gametes needed for sexual reproduction.
medical illustration of Various flea species infect mammals and birds. Fleas suck the blood of their hosts often making them a vector in disease transmission. Fleas are insects of the order Siphonaptera and comprise several genera.
medical illustration of This illustration depicts the lifecycle of an orthomyxo (flu) virus from infection to replication and subsequent budding of replicated virus particles.
medical illustration of Melanoma Cancer cells possess a greater than normal number of surface proteins and receptors. Targeting these specific receptors gives a greater chance of neutralizing cancer cells.
medical illustration of E. coli is a normally harmless Gram-negative bacteria. However, some serotypes (O157:H7) are pathogenic.
medical illustration of Some strains of Staphylococcus aureus bacteria display extreme drug-resistance. An example would be methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
medical illustration of Salmonella enterica is a flagellated bacteria responsible for such illnesses as typhoid and paratyphoid fever and foodborne illnesses.
medical illustration of Mycoplasma bacteria are different from other bacteria in that they lack a cell wall. Mycoplasma are commonly found to cause pneumonia.
medical illustration of Borrelia burgdorferi is a spirochete, Gram-negative bacteria responsible for Lyme disease and transmitted by ticks.
medical illustration of Clostridum botulinum is a bacteria which produces a powerful neurotoxin. The neurotoxin affects nerve communication at the junction of nerve and muscle resulting in paralysis.
medical illustration of Campylobacter is a Gram-negative bacteria containing bi-polar flagella for motility. Campylobacter is commonly associated with food-borne illnesses.
medical illustration of HIV Virus

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