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English: Neutrophil engulfing anthrax bacteria.
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Deutsch: Eine REM-Aufnahme eines neutrophilen Granulozyten (gelb) beim Aufnehmen von Anthrax-Bakterien (orange).
Maßstab: Der weiße Strich links unten ist 5 Mikrometer lang.
English: Neutrophil engulfing anthrax bacteria, taken with a Leo 1550 scanning electron microscope. Scale bar is 5 micrometers.
Français : Un neutrophile (en jaune) phagocytant des bacilles du charbon (en orange). Photo prise avec un microscope electronique. Echelle: 5 microns.
Nederlands: Elektronenmicroscopieopname van fagocytose tussen een fagocyt (geel) en miltvuurbacteriën (oranje)
Español: Neutrófilo (en amarillo) engullendo una bacteria de carbunco o ántrax (en naranja). Fotografía tomada con un microscopio de electrones Leo 1550. La escala son 5 micrómetros.
Tiếng Việt: Hình ảnh chụp bằng kính hiển vi điện tử quét cho thấy vi khuẩn Salmonella (nhuộm màu đỏ) xâm nhập vào tế bào của con người. Salmonella là tác nhân gây ra sốt thương hàn và ngộ độc thực phẩm.
Source (November 2005). "Neutrophil engulfing Bacillus anthracis". PLoS Pathogens 1 (3): Cover page. DOI:10.1371. Retrieved on 2009-01-04.
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  • 2007-03-23 04:24 TimVickers 2304×2403×8 (2243510 bytes) Neutrophil engulfing anthrax bacteria. Cover credit: The micrograph was taken by Volker Brinkmann with a Leo 1550 scanning electron microscope. Taken from PLoS Pathogens Vol. 1(3) November 2005 --

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current16:00, 25 September 2007Thumbnail for version as of 16:00, 25 September 20072,304 × 2,403 (2.28 MB)TimVickersNeutrophils are the most abundant white blood cell and the first line of defense against invading microbes. This scanning electron micrograph shows a neutrophil (yellow) engulfing rods of Bacillus anthracis (orange), the etiological agent of anthrax (see
15:38, 14 May 2007Thumbnail for version as of 15:38, 14 May 20072,304 × 2,403 (2.14 MB)Kauczuk{{Information |Description=Neutrophil engulfing anthrax bacteria. Cover credit: The micrograph was taken by Volker Brinkmann with a Leo 1550 scanning electron microscope. Taken from PLoS Pathogens Vol. 1(3) November 2005 |Source=Originally from [http://en

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