Virology lecture #5: Attachment and entry

5 February 2010


Download: .wmv (386 MB) | .mp4 (131 MB)

There are some errors in this lecture – I’ll correct them during the next session.

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  • gsgs

    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 know
    nucleus,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 flu
    with 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-flu
    viruses, 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

  • mm_2010

    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!

  • mm_2010

    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!

  • http://www.virology.ws profvrr

    The paper from which the movies were taken is referenced at the bottom
    of the post. The movies can be found at
    http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/sci;science.1183173/DC1.