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MOA: Phagocytosis Visualized 

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Microvilli Dynamic environment

Next medical animation of A single bacterium can form colonies of billions within a day! Most prokaryotes reproduce by a process of binary fission, in which the cell grows in volume until it divides in half to yield two identical child cells. The generation time, varies among bacteria and is controlled by many environmental conditions. But how this process looks like on that micro level? Here is our take:

Bacteria Replication

Macrophage in action vs E. coli - bringing closer to a wider audience one of the essential immunological responses, through action movie storytelling and editing, while focusing on a scientifically accurate representation of the macrophage, bacteria, the digestive system environment and the #phagocytosis process itself.

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