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Title:e pluribus unum: Out of many, one
Author(s):Tien, Yung-Tien
Contributor(s):Wallace, Catherine; Robinson, Scott
Subject(s):pathobiology
Abstract:Virus has been known as a filtered particle, normally smaller than 0.22 micrometer, which is impossible to be observed by human eyes. By using electron microscope (EM), we are able to visualize the beauty of microorganism. Although EM is no longer as popular as it used to be, as a student, I still am stunned by this black and white image. As a fact we all well aware that virus can only be alive inside a host but little is shown that how many virus can actually be produced by a single host cell. This portrait shows the long thrive of virus in chicken feather follicular epithelium and demonstrates the sophisticated balance between keep you and your host alive. (just like people live in the earth!)
Issue Date:2019
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URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/103747
Rights Information:Copyright 2019 Yung-Tien Tien
Date Available in IDEALS:2019-05-07


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