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Nicolle Rager Fuller

Intestinal Microbiome 

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Cell Cannibalism

medical illustration of An artistic look deep within our intestine where a thriving ecosystem of microbes lives. Contrary to what one might think, these microbes are beneficial to us and help us digest our food. Otherwise, many nutrients would be indigestible. Subjects: biology, molecular, cells, bacteria, pharmaceutical
Next medical illustration of An unfortunate dinosaur watches the impending asteroid impact. Created for the cover of Earth magazine about the many extinction events throughout Earth's history.

Asteroid Dinosaur Extinction

An artistic look deep within our intestine where a thriving ecosystem of microbes lives. Contrary to what one might think, these microbes are beneficial to us and help us digest our food. Otherwise, many nutrients would be indigestible. Subjects: biology, molecular, cells, bacteria, pharmaceutical

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