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What you always wanted to know about viruses

In animation, Cool stuff, Swine flu, virus on April 30, 2009 at 10:02 am

Considering that swine flu is here everywhere and many became interested in viruses, I compiled here a few videos that might give you an update about viruses, virology, vaccine production and how a vaccine acts. Feedback and questions are welcome at

balintblaszlo(at)labtutorials(dot)org

Regards,

Balint.

Where are the swine flu cases?

See actual status here

or check it in GoogleMaps here:


An overview of the status by 20090430:

healthmap200904301

How does influenza spreads and what happens with it in our body?

The life of a virus

The structure of viruses

Vaccine production(description and images).

Vaccine production at Sanofi (video).

How does the vaccine act?

Injection of the vaccine

More about pandemics, and vaccination here.

How microarrays can be used for rapid characterization of viruses: here.

Stay tuned!

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