1- A microphage magnified 18,000 times engulfing droplets of oil.
2- a t-cell, a factor in the immune system, under attack by HIV (blue).
3- A b-cell. These cells produce antibodies that fight off specific infections.
4- Malaria protozoa bursting out of red blood cells.
5- Skin tissue and a blood clot.
6- Known as phagocytosis or "cell-eating," a microphage extends its pseudopods to ensnare and devour e-coli cells.
7- Bacteria trapped in a microphage membrane.
8- Bacteria trapped inside of a microphage will be destroyed by powerful chemicals.
9- A microphage reaches out for a bacteria.
10- A microphage engulfs a particle of asbestos. The microphage will likely die from trying to envelope this indigestible material.
11- T-cells attacking a cancerous cell.
12- T-cells killing a cancerous cell by breaking down its membrane.
13- The remains of a cancerous cell after it has been killed by t-cells.
14- What an allergic reaction looks like.
15- Autoimmune disease from the surgically removed femur of a woman.
16- The common c