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Cycle of the Amphibian Chytrid Fungus 

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Anatomy of the hoof

medical illustration of This team project illustrates a serious fungal condition that has been devastating frog populations around the globe. The fungus can penetrate through its host's skin and develop underneath. The change in skin structure will eventually kill the host as it interferes with the absorption of electrolytes.
Next medical illustration of These three illustrations are created to accompany research paper describing the three forms of the outer membrane compositions of gram-negative bacteria -- normal (asymmetrical), abnormal (symmetrical), and mutant (evolved symmetrical) -- and the associated responses of the Pld and Mla molecules.

The roles of Mla and Pld in Phospholipid Balancing

This team project illustrates a serious fungal condition that has been devastating frog populations around the globe. The fungus can penetrate through its host's skin and develop underneath. The change in skin structure will eventually kill the host as it interferes with the absorption of electrolytes.

Keywords: 3D, Models, Museum / Zoo, Allergy / Immunology, Anatomy, Biology, Molecular Biology, Natural Science / Nature, Veterinary Medicine, Zoology

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