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Urine Production by a Renal Glomerulus 

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medical illustration of This 3D illustration depicts the detailed anatomy of a renal glomerulus inside its Bowman's capsule. It also shows the release and coalescence of urine droplets which leave the enclosed space via the proximal convoluted tubule at the top left.
Next medical illustration of Membrane Attack Complexes (MAC) form as a result of complement activation, assembling on the surface of plasma membranes. These molecular complexes assume a twisted cylindrical shape punching pores through cell membranes. The formation of MAC molecular complexes is most often targeted to pathogens. This 2D/3D image shows the lysis of bacteria caused by the unregulated free flow of molecules in and out of the plasma membrane through MAC pores.

Bacterial Lysis Caused by MAC

This 3D illustration depicts the detailed anatomy of a renal glomerulus inside its Bowman's capsule. It also shows the release and coalescence of urine droplets which leave the enclosed space via the proximal convoluted tubule at the top left.

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