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basic forms, spores & flagellation of bacteria: A coccus B diplococcus C streptococcus D staphylococcus E sarcines F rods G vibriones H corynebacteria I spores (1/2=central, 3=terminal, 4=subterminal) J spirilles K peritrichous flagellation L 1=monopolar monotrichous flagellation, 2=monopolar polytrichous flagellation

basic forms, spores & flagellation of bacteria: A coccus B diplococcus C streptococcus D staphylococcus E sarcines F rods G vibriones H corynebacteria I spores J spirilles K peritrichous flagellation L monotrichous flagellation, polytrichous flagellation

Hanging drop Preparation using petroleum jelly to seal the cover glass to the slide

Hanging drop Preparation using petroleum jelly to seal the cover glass to the slide

Penicillium Mold Spores and Hyphae, Microscopic View

Penicillium mold spores and hyphae. Some things considered disgusting are beautiful as microscopic imagery.

The shape of infectious prions

The shape of infectious prions - Prions are unique infective agents -- unlike viruses, bacteria, fungi and other parasites, prions do not contain either DNA or RNA.

Clostridium tetani, the bacteria that causes tetanus.

News, commentary, random musings, and occasional Deep Thoughts about Diana Gabaldon's books (the OUTLANDER and Lord John series).

Endolimax Nana trophozoites Pictures

Endolimax nana parasite (Trophozoite and Cyst)

Good description of biochemical tests

Good description of biochemical tests

Bacillus antrachis

Bacillus antrachis

While platelets do not possess the D antigen, the small number of red cells in the platelet bag do, and may be enough for a person's immune system to detect the foreign D antigen. By administering Rh immune globulin to the patient, passively acquired anti-D is placed in the patient's circulation. This will bind the small number of transfused Rh positive red cells and remove them from the circulation before the patient can make anti-D.

While platelets do not possess the D antigen, the small number of red cells in the platelet bag do, and may be enough for a person's immune system to detect the foreign D antigen. By administering Rh immune globulin to the patient, passively acquired anti-D is placed in the patient's circulation. This will bind the small number of transfused Rh positive red cells and remove them from the circulation before the patient can make anti-D.

Circulating reactive plasma cells

A man presented with a history of peripheral T-cell lymphoma that was diagnosed 2 years previously and that recurred 1 year late.

HE agar originally starts out green and changes to pink as lactose is fermented. Our plates looked similar to this in pathogenic micro lab the other day...reminded me of Lisa Frank :)

HE agar originally starts out green and changes to pink as lactose is fermented. Our plates looked similar to this in pathogenic micro lab the other day.reminded me of Lisa Frank :)

Microbiology Labs: Enterobacteriaceae Streaks for isolated colonies on penassay agar

Microbiology Labs: Enterobacteriaceae Streaks for isolated colonies on penassay agar

ELISA

The full name of ELISA is Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay.

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