Around 250 different types of bacteria, parasites, viruses, algae, and mold make up the family of foodborne microbes that can make humans fall sick.
This application note explains how electron microscopy facilitates the study of inter-bacterial interactions, and the interaction between human cells and bacteria, which enables the development of potential cures.
Download this application note to find out:
- The most common bacterial pathogens that cause foodborne diseases
- Why they can be understood in more detail using electron microscopy
- The results of bacterial images seen through SEM
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