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Color enhanced Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of Neisseria gonorrhoeae, the gonorrhea, the most common reportable communicable disease in the united states. A contigious inflammation of the genital mucous membranes, gonorrhea may also affect the he : Stock Photo

Color enhanced Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of Neisseria gonorrhoeae, the gonorrhea, the most common reportable communicable disease in the united states. A contigious inflammation of the genital mucous membranes, gonorrhea may also affect the he

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Color Enhanced Transmission Electron Micrograph Of Neisseria Gonorrhoeae The Gonorrhea The Most Common Reportable Communicable Disease In The United States A Contigious Inflammation Of The Genital Mucous Membranes Gonorrhea May Also Affect The He Stock Photo 128585550Bacterium,Biology,Color Image,Gonorrhea Bacterium,Healthcare And Medicine,Horizontal,Hospital,Illness,Infectious Disease,Medical Research,No People,Photography,Research,Science,Scientific Micrograph,Sexually Transmitted Disease,TEMPhotographer Collection: Photo Researchers