A microphage magnified 18,000 times engulfing droplets of oil.
a t-cell, a factor in the immune system, under attack by HIV
A b-cell. These cells produce antibodies that fight off
specific infections. Thanks to these little guys, kids
only got chicken pox once.
Malaria protozoa bursting out of red blood cells.
Skin tissue and a blood clot.
Known as phagocytosis or "cell-eating," a microphage extends its
pseudopods to ensnare and devour e-coli cells.
Bacteria trapped in a microphage membrane.
Bacteria trapped inside of a microphage will be destroyed by
A microphage reaches out for a bacteria.
A microphage engulfs a particle of asbestos. The
microphage will likely die from trying to envelope this
T-cells attacking a cancerous cell.
T-cells killing a cancerous cell by breaking down its membrane.
The remains of a cancerous cell after it has been killed by
What an allergic reaction looks like.
Autoimmune disease from the surgically removed femur of a woman.
The common c