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Bacterial Assortment

medical illustration of Bacterial viruses are called bacteriophages. They only attack bacteria; phages are harmless to people, animals, and plants. In times of growing Antibiotics resistances phages might be a useful alternative to combat multi-resistant bacteria. Here you see them attacking E. coli bacteria.
Next medical illustration of Neurodegenerative diseases characterised by aggregates of the protein Alpha-Synuclein are referred to by the umbrella term Alpha-Synucleinopathies. Alpha-Syn is widely expressed in the brain. There is increasing evidence that misfolded aggregated Alpha-Syn is the causative agent in Synucleinopathies, which has constituted a significant advance in our understanding of these diseases.

Coaggulated Alpha-Synuclein

Bacterial viruses are called bacteriophages. They only attack bacteria; phages are harmless to people, animals, and plants. In times of growing Antibiotics resistances phages might be a useful alternative to combat multi-resistant bacteria. Here you see them attacking E. coli bacteria.

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