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medical illustration of Wrongly folded Alpha-Synuclein similar to prions agglutinates, breaks through the cell wall and infects other neurons which results in the death of dopamine producing cells giving the starting shot to Parkinson’s Disease. In this picture, Macrophages attack the aggregates and stop further infection of healthy cells, because of a vaccination.
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Next medical illustration of Most people see bacteria as bad pathogens who have to be fought, but only a few know that the majority of the bacteria are very helpful to humans. They live everywhere in and on our body in close symbiosis with us. Helping us by digestion, health and metabolism. The entirety of a microbial community is referred to as microbiome.

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Wrongly folded Alpha-Synuclein similar to prions agglutinates, breaks through the cell wall and infects other neurons which results in the death of dopamine producing cells giving the starting shot to Parkinson’s Disease. In this picture, Macrophages attack the aggregates and stop further infection of healthy cells, because of a vaccination. by biolution

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