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Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of negatively stained lysed Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Old culture showing diplococcal feature and flagella. Note pits or holes in the membrane. Neisseria are gram-negative and usually occur in pairs with flattened sides : Stock Photo

Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of negatively stained lysed Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Old culture showing diplococcal feature and flagella. Note pits or holes in the membrane. Neisseria are gram-negative and usually occur in pairs with flattened sides

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Transmission Electron Micrograph Of Negatively Stained Lysed Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Old Culture Showing Diplococcal Feature And Flagella Note Pits Or Holes In The Membrane Neisseria Are Gramnegative And Usually Occur In Pairs With Flattened Sides Stock Photo 128625749Gonorrhea Bacterium,Bacterium,Color Image,Healthcare And Medicine,Horizontal,Illness,Magnification,Micro Organism,No People,Pathogen,Photography,Scientific Micrograph,Sexually Transmitted Disease,TEMPhotographer Collection: Science Source