original image must contain a faded image of a city in the background, an image for an organophosphate molecule, bacteria as biosensors, kidney for urine content. optional elements can be machines from chemistry pathology or microbiology lab, representation of a rodent or a human, ( no writing on the image unlike the attached example)
here is part of the abstract that may be useful of what we are trying to represent in the image. try to catch some of the image not all of it.
Importance: The paucity of assays to determine physiologically relevant OP exposure presents an opportunity to explore the use of fecal bacteria as sentinels in combination with urine to assess changes in the exposed host. Recent advances in sequencing technologies and computational approaches have enabled researchers to survey large community level changes of gut bacterial biota and metabolomic changes in various biospecimens. Here, we profiled changes in fecal bacterial biota and urine metabolome following a chemical warfare nerve agent exposure. The significance of this work is a proof-of-concept that fecal bacterial biota and urine metabolites are two separate biospecimens rich in surrogate indicators suitable for monitoring OP exposure. The larger value of such an approach is that assays developed around these observations can be deployed at any setting with a moderate clinical chemistry and microbiology capability. This can enable estimation of the affected radius or to screen, triage, or rule out suspected cases of exposures in mass casualty scenarios, transportation accidents involving hazmats, refugee movements, humanitarian missions, and training settings when coupled to an established and validated decision-tree with clinical features.