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    Bacillus anthracis being killed
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    Bacillus anthracis being killed


    Bacillus anthracis (anthrax) cells being killed by a fluorescent trans-translation inhibitor, which disrupts bacterial protein synthesis. The inhibitor is naturally fluorescent and looks blue when it is excited by ultraviolet light in the microscope. This is a black-and-white version of Image 3525.
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    Internal NoteDear Joe, I think the summary is fine. I'm not sure how high resolution you need, but let me know if the attached file is not good enough. You have my permission to post it in your gallery - please credit John Alumasa from the Keiler lab. Best, Ken Kenneth Keiler Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology The Pennsylvania State University 401 Althouse Laboratory tel. (814) 863-0787 University Park, PA 16802 fax (814) 863-7024
    SourceJohn Alumasa, Keiler Laboratory, Pennsylvania State University
    Date2013-06-14 00:00:00
    Credit LineJohn Alumasa, Keiler Laboratory, Pennsylvania State University
    InvestigatorKenneth Keiler
    Record TypePhotograph
    Topic Area(s);#Cells;#Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Pharmacology;#
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