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medical illustration of Polysterene
This plastic foam is a further development of the styrofoam. It has an altered molecular structure that makes the material more stable and shock absorbing. This foam is mainly used as packaging material. You can see the inner walls of the foam.
Scanning Electron Microscope, magnification  1200:1
Next medical illustration of Erythrocytes
Red blood cells contain the protein hemoglobin which provides for the oxygen transport in the body. Here the erythrocytes can be seen in a opened blood clot. Fibrinogen, a substance in the blood plasma, forms long chains under the influence of thrombin and thus acts as a

Blood clot

Polysterene This plastic foam is a further development of the styrofoam. It has an altered molecular structure that makes the material more stable and shock absorbing. This foam is mainly used as packaging material. You can see the inner walls of the foam. Scanning Electron Microscope, magnification 1200:1

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