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Germ cells undergoing apoptosis.

medical illustration of This image was featured on the cover of Nature (August 17, 2017, Volume 548 Number 7667)
The  image shows a conceptualized view of an individual with multiple cancers that have spread from their primary site, or metastasized. The primary cancers represented include prostate cancer (blue), breast cancer (pink), lung cancer (green) and colon cancer (orange
Next medical illustration of Antimicrobial peptides (the pink ribbons in this illustration), which are part of the innate immune system in all domains of life, can destroy microbes (blue and green) and also call white blood cells (the marbled white and red balls) to help fight an infection.

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria

This image was featured on the cover of Nature (August 17, 2017, Volume 548 Number 7667) The image shows a conceptualized view of an individual with multiple cancers that have spread from their primary site, or metastasized. The primary cancers represented include prostate cancer (blue), breast cancer (pink), lung cancer (green) and colon cancer (orange

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