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I like the videos, but sometimes they are hard to understand,there are no name plates to the “players”, too fast, no slowmotion,no playback, no time-scale, no micrometer-mark.
I didn't know endosome, had to look it up. I somehow knownucleus,ER,Mitochondrien,Golgi,microtubules … , but not exactly.So, is there a small quick online introduction to cell-biology ?Well, wikipedia is always a good start…but you won't like the competition ?!?
I'm looking for a video of a complete infectious cycle of fluwith time-scale, virus-counts and with small window for an overview where we are inside the cell
I'd like to skip parts in your lesson-videos about non-fluviruses, but don't know how.
Is there a general student-internet-shyness (in bioscience)they could reply – in exchange I could answer questions about flu-sequence analysis
The movies you showed were helpful in visualizing the entry steps. Can you please mention the source of the movies? I am very interested in watching the movies from start to end. Thanks!
The paper from which the movies were taken is referenced at the bottom
of the post. The movies can be found at
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