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ENTEROBACTER SAKAZAKII food poisoning blue Featured Blue Print

ENTEROBACTER SAKAZAKII food poisoning blue

E. Sakazakii is an Emerging Foodborne Pathogen that Can Cause Sepsis Meningitis or Necrotizing Enterocolitis in Newborn Infants Particularly Premature Infants or other Infants with Weakened Immune Systems. over the Last Several Years Investigations of Several Outbreaks of E. Sakazakii Infection Occurring in Neonatal Intensive Care Units Worldwide have Shown the Outbreak is Associated with Milk-Based Powdered Infant Formulas. Color Enhanced 8.38 Um Wide 13000 Magnification Enterobacter Sakazakii Food Poisoning Blue

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Illustration Regal Angelfish Pygoplites Diacanthus Featured Blue Print

Illustration Regal Angelfish Pygoplites Diacanthus

The Regal Angelfish Can Be Recognised By Alternating Yellow And Black Edged White Bars On The Body. The Soft Part Of The Dorsal Fin Is Blue With Black Scribbles. The Anal Fin Has Yellow And Blue Stripes. The Caudal Fin Is Yellow. Regal Angelfish Inhabit Coral Reefs And Lagoons That Have Abundant Coral Growth. They Are Commonly Found Near Caves And Ledges. Illustration Regal Angelfish Pygoplites Diacanthus

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Molecular model of xanthurenic acid Featured Blue Print

Molecular model of xanthurenic acid

Xanthurenic acid molecular model Carbon: Gray ; Hydroben: Cyan ; Nitrogen: Blue ; Oxygen: Red ; Xanthurenic acid is a chemical shown to induce gametogenesis of Plasmodium falciparum, the parasite that causes malaria. It is found in the gut of the Anopheles mosquito. Xanthurenic acid is a metabolic intermediate that accumulates and is excreted by pyridoxine (vitamin B6)- deficient animals after the ingestion of tryptophan. 8-Hydroxy-4-oxo-1H-quinoline-2-carboxylic acid Molecular formula C10H7NO4 Molar mass 205.17 g/mol

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