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Images Dated 2nd January 2009

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Upper back pain, conceptual artwork Featured 2 Jan 2009 Print

Upper back pain, conceptual artwork

Upper back pain. Conceptual computer artwork showing pain (represented as the red area) in the upper back. The bones (white) of the torso and arms are shown within an outline (blue) of these parts of the body

© DAVID MACK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Abnormal, Ache, Aching, Adult, Anatomical, Anatomy, Art Work, Arthrology, Back Ache, Bone, Bones, Concept, Concepts, Conceptual, Condition, Disorder, Dorsal, Human, Human Body, Illustration, Inflamed, Inflammation, Injured, Injury, Joint, Lifting Injury, Medical, Medicine, Muscle, Muscles, Muscular, Musculoskeletal, Oblique View, Pain, Painful, People, Person, Red, Skeletal, Skeleton, Slipped Disc, Sore, Spinal, Spine, Strain, Stress, Tension, Unhealthy, Upper Back

Lower back pain, conceptual artwork Featured 2 Jan 2009 Print

Lower back pain, conceptual artwork

Lower back pain. Conceptual computer artwork showing pain (represented as the red area) in the lower back. The bones (white) of the lower torso and arms are shown within an outline (blue) of this part of the body

© DAVID MACK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Abnormal, Ache, Aching, Adult, Anatomical, Anatomy, Art Work, Arthrology, Back Ache, Bone, Bones, Concept, Concepts, Conceptual, Condition, Disorder, Dorsal, Human, Human Body, Illustration, Inflamed, Inflammation, Injured, Injury, Joint, Lifting Injury, Lower Back, Medical, Medicine, Muscle, Muscles, Muscular, Musculoskeletal, Oblique View, Pain, Painful, People, Person, Red, Skeletal, Skeleton, Slipped Disc, Sore, Spinal, Spine, Strain, Stress, Tension, Unhealthy

Virus particles entering cells, artwork Featured 2 Jan 2009 Print

Virus particles entering cells, artwork

Virus particles (green) entering cells, computer artwork. The cell nuclei (dark blue) are also seen. The spikes on the virus particles are surface proteins that help them to attach to the cell membranes. Once in the cell the viral genetic material is released. This travels to the cell nucleus where it combines with the cell's genetic material. The cell then reads the genetic instructions and the cell's biochemical mechanisms build new virus particles. These new virus particles erupt from the cell, killing it. The viral infection spreads as the cycle repeats

© DAVID MACK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY