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CLUE: A white blood cell. BASOPHILS are a type of uncommon WBC. They contain large cytoplasmic granules that obscure a cell nucleus under a microscope when stained. They appear in inflammatory reactions. (1.4)

CLUE: A white blood cell. BASOPHILS are a type of uncommon WBC. They contain large cytoplasmic granules that obscure a cell nucleus under a microscope when stained. They appear in inflammatory reactions.

Dendritic cell and lymphocyte, coloured SEM. Interaction between a dendritic cell and a T lymphocyte,two components of the body's immune system. Both are types of white blood cell. T lymphocytes recognise a specific site on the surface of pathogens or antigens, bind to it, and produce antibodies or cells to eliminate that antigen. Dendritic cells are antigen- presenting cells (APCs), they present antigens to T lymphocytes, which can only recognise antigens when they are presented by APCs.

A human dendritic cell (blue) interacting with and activating a lymphocyte (pink).

Myelinated nerves. A section through myelinated nerve fibres and Schwann cells.Myelin (green) is an insulating fatty layer that surrounds the nerve fibre (axon, black), increasing the speed at which nerve impulses travel.

BE_Myelinated nerves. A section through myelinated nerve fibers and Schwann cells. Myelin (green) is an insulating fatty layer that surrounds the nerve fibre (axon, black), increasing the speed at which nerve impulses travel.

CLUE: A white blood cell. NEUTROPHILS is a type of WBC that plays an important role in our innate immune systems. They float around throughout your body in your bloodstream and sense for diseases. They are the first cell to migrate to the sight of disease. (1.4)

CLUE: A white blood cell. NEUTROPHILS is a type of WBC that plays an important role in our innate immune systems. They float around throughout your body in your bloodstream and sense for diseases. They are the first cell to migrate to the sight of disease. (1.4)

CLUE: An antibiotic alternative therapy being studied. HONEY is being directly put onto infected wounds because studies have shown that it could have antibacterial activity. (1.2)

CLUE: An antibiotic alternative therapy being studied. HONEY is being directly put onto infected wounds because studies have shown that it could have antibacterial activity.

CLUE: An example of a disease/disorder studied by epidemiologists. Epidemiologists study and tract diseases, and they can do this for people with SHINGLES. If there were to be an outbreak of shingles for some reason, then they could track it down to when they got it and how severe it might be.

CLUE: An example of a disease/disorder studied by epidemiologists. Epidemiologists study and tract diseases, and they can do this for people with SHINGLES. If there were to be an outbreak of shingles for some reason, then they could track it down to when they got it and how severe it might be.

CLUE: A class of antibiotics. BETA-LACTAM antibiotics disrupt the synthesis of peptidoglycan, inhibiting cell wall synthesis and damaging cell wall integrity so the cell wall can't repair itself. Penecillin is an example. (1.2)

CLUE: A class of antibiotics. BETA-LACTAM antibiotics disrupt the synthesis of peptidoglycan, inhibiting cell wall synthesis and damaging cell wall integrity so the cell wall can't repair itself. Penecillin is an example.

CLUE: An example of an antibiotic resistant bacteria. MRSA, or Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus areus, is a staph bacteria that's become resistant to many of the antibiotics used to regularly treat ordinary staph infections. MRSA is resistant to beta-lactam antibiotics. The gene that makes MRSA gain resistance is staphylococcus. (1.2)

CLUE: An example of an antibiotic resistant bacteria. MRSA, or Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus areus, is a staph bacteria that's become resistant to many of the antibiotics used to regularly treat ordinary staph infections. MRSA is resistant to beta-lactam antibiotics. The gene that makes MRSA gain resistance is staphylococcus. (1.2)

CLUE: A type of intervention used for hearing damage/disease/disorders. AMPLIFIED TELEPHONES help people with conductive hearing loss to better hear people when they want to talk to them over the phone. (1.3)

CLUE: A type of intervention used for hearing damage/disease/disorders. AMPLIFIED TELEPHONES help people with conductive hearing loss to better hear people when they want to talk to them over the phone.

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