Dartmouth Electron Microscope Facility Date: Thu 15-Sep-2011 Time: 09:23
01_Cholera 0395 area1 5kX.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP).

Image shows bacteria, with flagella, and pili bundles.
02_Cholera 0395 area1 30kX.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP).
03_Cholera 0395 area1 20kX.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP).
04_Cholera15WD5.0SS2.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP).

Image shows bacteria, with flagella, and pili bundles.
05_Cholera16WD5.0SS2.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP).

Image shows bacteria, with flagella, and pili bundles.
06_3-Cholera0395WT1.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP).

Image shows bacteria and pili bundles.
07_Cholera2-1-05Pl3A2-1.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera. In order to get the disease cholera, the bacteria must be able to colonize in the small intestine and a critical factor necessary for this colonization is the toxin-co-regulated pilus(TCP).

Image shows bacteria, with flagella, and pili bundles.
08_WTD175AuIEM15-10.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Back scattered electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which  is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows immuno labelling of cholerae pili bundles.
09_WTD175AuIEM15-09.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Image 08_WTD175AuIEM15-10 in scanning mode.
10_8-10-05B3CholeraBactIEM-2.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Back scattered electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows imuno labelling of bacteria body and its flagella, but not the pili bundles.
11_2010CholeraWT2-2.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows bacteria, with flagella, and pili bundles.
12_2010CholeraWT2-1.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows bacteria, with flagella, and pili bundles.
13_2010CholeraWT4-1.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows bacteria, its flagella and a pili bundle.
14_2010CholeraWT4-2.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

mage shows bacteria, its flagella and a pili bundle.
15_2010CholeraWT1-1.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows bacteria and pili bundles.
16_2010CholeraWT3-2.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows bacteria and pili bundles.
17_2010CholeraWT3-1.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows bacteria and pili bundles.
18_2010CholeraWT1-2.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows bacteria and pili bundles.
19_Cholera5CuSingle1.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows bacteria and pili bundles.
20_Cholera1FilterSingle3.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows bacteria and pili bundles.
21__Cholera1FilterSingle4.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows bacteria and pili bundles.
22_Cholera1FilterSingle5.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows bacteria and pili bundles.


23_deltaB-10.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows bacteria and its flagella.
24_WT-1-1.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows bacteria, its flagella and a pili bundle.

25_WT-1-3.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows bacteria, flagella, and pili bundles.
26_WT-1-9.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows bacteria, flagella, and pili bundles.
27_WT-1-10.jpg Instrument: FEI XL-30 FEG ESEM
Microscopist: Louisa Howard.

Scanning electron microscope image of Vibrio cholerae, which is the bacteria responsible for the gastroinestinal disease cholera.

Image shows bacteria, its flagella, and pili bundles.

Dartmouth Electron Microscope Facility