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Platelet Stimulating Agent

medical illustration of Fantasy dramatization of gastrointestinal microbiota flowering, fertilized by the churning gastric environment. Flowering is depicted by petals of Bacteroidetes, Bifidobacteriam, and Enterococcus faecalis, pistils of Lactobacillus and stamens of Enterococcus faecalis perched on E. coli stalks. The flower emerges on Clostridium difficile stalks. Bacillus cereus, in their arthomitus stage, attach by fibers to the intestinal epithelium, grow filamentously, and sporulate from their distal ends.
Next medical illustration of Stem cells emerge from a mysterious source to supply ongoing life support to a bionic skull. Stem cells, in life, are undifferentiated cells that can turn into specific cells, as the body needs them. Here they are depicted as transforming into differentiated hybrid living/bionic cells capable of rebuilding the bionic skull.

Bionic Stem Cell Portal

Fantasy dramatization of gastrointestinal microbiota flowering, fertilized by the churning gastric environment. Flowering is depicted by petals of Bacteroidetes, Bifidobacteriam, and Enterococcus faecalis, pistils of Lactobacillus and stamens of Enterococcus faecalis perched on E. coli stalks. The flower emerges on Clostridium difficile stalks. Bacillus cereus, in their arthomitus stage, attach by fibers to the intestinal epithelium, grow filamentously, and sporulate from their distal ends.

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