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"Biomolecules: Unveiling the Intricate World of Life's Building Blocks" Peering through the lens of scientific discovery

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Microscopic view of human respiratory syncytial virus

Microscopic view of human respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). RSV causes respiratory tract infection of the lungs and breathing passages

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Zinc fingers bound to a DNA strand

Zinc fingers bound to a DNA strand, molecular model. The double helix of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid, red and yellow) is seen here with two Zif268 proteins (blue and green)

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: SARS coronavirus protein

SARS coronavirus protein. Molecular model of the ORF-9b protein produced by the SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) coronavirus

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Protein, illustration

Protein, illustration

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: TFAM transcription factor bound to DNA C015 / 7059

TFAM transcription factor bound to DNA C015 / 7059
TFAM transcription factor bound to DNA, molecular model. Human mitochondrial transcription factor A (TFAM, green) bound to a strand of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid, blue and pink)

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Adenovirus hexon protein

Adenovirus hexon protein, molecular model. Hexon proteins are part of the protein coat or shell (capsid) of adenoviruses. In viruses

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Stylized rabies virus particles

Stylized rabies virus particles, the cause of the viral neuroinvasive disease acute encephalitis

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Cluster of HIV virus

Cluster of HIV virus. HIV is the human immunodeficiency virus that can lead to acquired immune deficiency syndrom, or AIDS

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Microscopic view of yellow fever virus

Microscopic view of yellow fever virus. Yellow fever is an acute viral disease

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Microscopic view of bacterial pneumonia

Microscopic view of bacterial pneumonia. Bacterial pneumonia is a type of pneumonia caused by bacterial infection. Pneumonia can be generally defined as inflammation of the lung parenchyma

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Microscopic view of Streptococcus pneumoniae

Microscopic view of Streptococcus pneumoniae, also known as pneumococcus. Pneumococcus is a Gram-positive coccus shaped pathogenic bacteria which causes many types of pneumococcal infections in

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Conceptual image of rabies virus

Conceptual image of rabies virus

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: High-contrast direct DNA image, TEM

High-contrast direct DNA image, TEM
High-contrast direct DNA image. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of the first high-contrast direct image of a bundle (fibre) of strands of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid)

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: MscL ion channel protein structure

MscL ion channel protein structure. Molecular model showing the protein structure of a Mechanosensitive Channel of Large Conductance (MscL) from a Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacterium

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Microscopic view inside of the artery with intestinal villi

Microscopic view inside of the artery with intestinal villi

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Heart with arteries showing cholesterol in one and plaque in the other

Heart with arteries showing cholesterol in one and plaque in the other
Heart with arteries showing cholesterol in one artery and atherosclerotic plaque in the other

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Single virus particle

Single virus particle

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Conceptual image of antibody attaching and killing bacteria

Conceptual image of antibody attaching and killing bacteria

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Microscopic view of histoplasmosis

Microscopic view of histoplasmosis. Histoplasmosis is an infection in the lungs caused by inhaling the spores of a fungus. This fungus, called Histoplasma capsulatum

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Microscopic view of diplococcus bacterium

Microscopic view of diplococcus bacterium

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Conceptual image of cell surface receptors

Conceptual image of cell surface receptors. Cell surface receptors are specialized integral membrane proteins that take part in communication between the cell and the outside world

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Blood flow through a relaxed artery verus an artery in spasm

Blood flow through a relaxed artery verus an artery in spasm

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Microscopic view of white blood cells inside blood vessel

Microscopic view of white blood cells inside blood vessel

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Microscopic view of bacteriophages on the surface of a bacteria

Microscopic view of bacteriophages on the surface of a bacteria

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Cancer cell with red blood cell flow

Cancer cell with red blood cell flow

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Microscopic view of phospholipids

Microscopic view of phospholipids. Phospholipids are a major component of all cell membranes as they can form lipid bilayers

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Electron micrograph of negative-stained Prochlorococcus

Electron micrograph of negative-stained Prochlorococcus. A cyanophage is a virus that infects cyanobacteria

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Insertion of balloon into atherosclerotic artery

Insertion of balloon into atherosclerotic artery

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Conceptual image of intestinal villi

Conceptual image of intestinal villi

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Arteries on heart showing atherosclerotic plaque in an artery

Arteries on heart showing atherosclerotic plaque in an artery

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Microscopic view of blood clotting inside the artery

Microscopic view of blood clotting inside the artery

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Artery cross-section with blood flow and stent deployment

Artery cross-section with blood flow and stent deployment
Microscopic view of an artery cross-section with blood flow and stent deployment

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Good and bad cholesterol found in blood stream

Good and bad cholesterol found in blood stream

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Conceptual image of ebola virus in blood stream

Conceptual image of ebola virus in blood stream

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Microscopic view of E. coli bacteria cells

Microscopic view of E. coli bacteria cells
Microscopic view of Escherichia coli bacteria cells, commonly known as E. Coli. E. coli is a common type of bacteria that can get into food, such as beef and vegetables

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Microscopic view of red blood cells

Microscopic view of red blood cells

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Red blood cells with leukocytes

Red blood cells with leukocytes

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Cutaway view of Reoviridae virus showing dna inside

Cutaway view of Reoviridae virus showing dna inside. Reoviruses can affect the gastronintestinal system and respiratory tract

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Microscopic view of blood cells with virus

Microscopic view of blood cells with virus

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Conceptual image of polyomavirus

Conceptual image of polyomavirus

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Microscopic view of Ebola virus

Microscopic view of Ebola virus (EBOV). EBOV causes extremely severe disease in humans and in non-human primates in the form of viral hemorrhagic fever

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Interior view of heart with detail of muscle cells and atherosclerotic artery

Interior view of heart with detail of muscle cells and atherosclerotic artery. Chest x-ray in background

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Nerve ending, seen in lower right, sends pain message from injured muscle

Nerve ending, seen in lower right, sends pain message from injured muscle. Blood vessel and immune cells are seen in the center and upper right of image

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Thrombus forming on valve within vein

Thrombus forming on valve within vein

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Normal artery compared to plaque and thrombus formation in artery

Normal artery compared to plaque and thrombus formation in artery

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Conceptual image of ebola virus in artery

Conceptual image of ebola virus in artery

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Conceptual image of hemoglobin and red blood cells

Conceptual image of hemoglobin and red blood cells. Hemoglobin is a protein responsible for transporting oxygen in the red blood cells of vertebrates

Background imageBiomolecule Collection: Microscopic view of intestinal villi inside the small intestine

Microscopic view of intestinal villi inside the small intestine
Microscopic view of intestinal villi which can be found inside of the small intestine



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"Biomolecules: Unveiling the Intricate World of Life's Building Blocks" Peering through the lens of scientific discovery, we witness a microscopic view of the human respiratory syncytial virus, unraveling its intricate structure and shedding light on its mechanisms. Zinc fingers delicately embrace a DNA strand, forming an elegant dance between proteins and genetic material. This interaction holds the key to unlocking the mysteries encoded within our genes. The SARS coronavirus protein stands as a formidable foe in our battle against infectious diseases. Understanding its structure is crucial for developing effective treatments and vaccines. Illustrated with precision, a protein takes center stage, showcasing nature's artistic design. Its complex folds and twists hold immense power in shaping life's diverse forms and functions. TFAM transcription factor gracefully binds to DNA C015/7059, orchestrating gene expression like a conductor leading an orchestra. This molecular symphony plays a vital role in maintaining cellular harmony. Stylized rabies virus particles remind us of nature's ability to create both beauty and danger simultaneously. The intricacies hidden within these tiny entities have captivated scientists for centuries. A glimpse into the microscopic world reveals yellow fever virus particles resembling vibrant orbs dancing amidst darkness—a reminder that even invisible threats can wield significant impact on human health. Conceptual imagery portrays the enigmatic rabies virus—an embodiment of fear lurking in shadows yet inspiring relentless pursuit towards understanding this deadly pathogen. MyoD muscle protein-DNA complex showcases how molecules choreograph muscle development—binding together like partners engaged in an exquisite ballet that shapes our physical strength. MscL ion channel protein structure presents itself as nature's gateway—allowing ions to traverse cell membranes with precise control over vital processes essential for life itself. Adenovirus hexon protein emerges as an architectural masterpiece—a structural cornerstone dictating viral entry into host cells while captivating researchers seeking innovative antiviral strategies.