- Micrograph of a colonic pseudomembrane in Clostridium difficile colitis.
- The truncated endolysin, tagged with Green fluorescent protein, bound to C. difficile. Image by Kathryn Cross, Imaging Partnership at IFR
- Scanning electron micrograph of en:Clostridium difficile bacteria from a stool sample.
- Clostridium difficile: This bacterium is a very important cause of diarrhea (and more severe intestinal disease) in people
- The human body and the bacteria that predominate. Very little science is involved in this illustration.
- Cartoon representation of a complex between DNA and the protein p53. The orange structure is DNA, and p53 is purple/blue.
- Mechanisms of action of the intestinal microbiome on the gastrointestinal barrier
- Skin Microbiome in Human
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