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Nicolle Rager Fuller

Antimicrobials and Bacteria Membranes 

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medical illustration of This illustration shows antibiotic antimicrobial peptides penetrating a bacteria's membrane according to the carpet model. A micelle forms from the microbial lipid bilayer, and the cell is punctured. (medicine, drugs, health, microbe, biochemistry, molecular)
Next medical illustration of Created for Science News magazine, this illustration shows the free radicals that are formed in the electron transport chain of the mitochondria ATP generation. These free radicals have been implicated in many diseases.

Mitochondria and Free Radicals

This illustration shows antibiotic antimicrobial peptides penetrating a bacteria's membrane according to the carpet model. A micelle forms from the microbial lipid bilayer, and the cell is punctured. (medicine, drugs, health, microbe, biochemistry, molecular)

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