Virus Attacks Wbctures Image

But if you look at bacteria, viruses and the cells they infect in electron micrographs, or images captured through microscopes, they can be quite fascinating to look at.

Then, with colored dyes and photographic color treatment, individual cells, viruses and bacteria can be easily identified — creating these almost surreal images. Click through the slideshow above to see 50 striking electron micrographs of some of the world’s most dangerous and deadly disease-causing viruses and bacteria.

Surface proteins on the virus particles are shown in black. (Credit: NIAID) Bacteria and viruses are some of the last things you hope to encounter on a day-to-day basis.

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Aids Virus Stages Image

Different stages of HIV & AIDS. Stage 1: Acute HIV Infection. Stage 2: Clinical Latency. Stage 3: AIDS. HIV virus spreads in the human body through certain kind of fluids that have a major impact on the immune system; especially on CD4 cells that are usually named as T cells. Studies reveal that HIV can destroy most of these cells with time and …

Acute HIV Infection Acute HIV infection is the earliest stage of HIV infection, and it generally develops within 2 to 4 weeks after infection with HIV. During this time, some people have flu-like symptoms, such as fever, headache, and rash. In the acute stage of infection, HIV multiplies rapidly and spreads throughout the body.

Different stages of HIV & AIDS If you do not get appropriate treatment, HIV keeps on advancing to different stages, and they make the performance of immune system worse over time. The three different stages of HIV infection are acute HIV infection, clinical latency, and AIDS.

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Coronavirus – Covid19 – Diagram

Below is the Corona virus diagram (Covid19, 2019-nCOV) explaining the symptoms of this respiratory virus with initial outbreak recorded in Wuhai, China. Symptoms of the coronavirus include fever, difficulty breathing, impaired liver and kidney function, kidney failure, severe cough, pneumonia. Coronaviruses are actually a family of respiratory viruses, however 2019-nCOV is the virus everyone is worried about. The incubation period is being studied but is thought to be up to 14 days. Some patients may be passing the virus without showing any symptoms. The virus is especially dangerous for older patients, while some younger patients, kids, may not even show any symptoms. The death rate is thought to be around 3% as recorded at the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak.

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