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10 pathogens take beautiful forms under the microscope

After the ebola outbreak began last year, many people in affected countries were frightened of the virus, an unseen killer. However, when viewed under an electronic microscope, invisible pathogens take a unique form, which scientists digitally color to assist them with their research. Take a look at these fascinating up-close images of several common pathogens that can cause human illnesses.
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