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Overview         (For age - group : Above 16 )

World's first movies on bird flu - This is the second part of bird flu the virus - This animated, 40 minute movie, gives you critical information on virus, it answers those questions that had been bothering you but did not know whom to ask? , like how does transmission takes from birds to human beings, how does it infect us? How does this virus keeps on changing ?

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Bird Flu - The virus movie Part 2:

Content : Disease

Type : Animation (advanced)

Duration : 40 minutes

The animation shows in details the following

Topics Covered in Part 2 :

  • Seeing the real virus
  • How virus binds to a cell?
  • Avian & human virus
  • Strains - shift, drift and recombination in detail
  • How bird virus infects humans?
  • How did it spread in Asia?
  • Why pigs are mixing vessels
  • Explanation based on sialic acids receptors and ciliated epithelium
  • Bird flu transmission
    • -Direct from birds
    • -through pigs (based on sialic receptors)
    • -human to human transmission

Topics Covered in Part 1 :

  • Seeing the real virus
  • Viral structure, RNA, DNA
  • Virus - a life form?
  • How virus binds to a cell?
  • Avian & human virus-basic
  • Strains - shift, drift and recombination in detail
  • Immune system - antibody action (basic concept)
  • Specific nature of viral attachment
  • Previous instances of virus jumping on to humans
  • Influenza virus
  • Influenza A, B, C difference
  • Mechanism of infection of influenza virus
  • Hemagglutinin & Neruraminidase action
  • Classifying influenza A viruses
  • Common Influenza viruses-human
  • Common influenza viruses-birds
  • Mutation example-H5N2

Snapshots         
/process-of-infection-by-bird-flu
Step by step explanation of bird flu virus getting transmitted to humans
Dr Jones explains how H5N1 has been mutating by using recombination
Jenny tells how bird flu virus infects people by using pigs as hosts
Step by step explanation of bird flu virus getting transmitted to humans
Dr Jones explains how H5N1 has been mutating by using recombination
Antibodies of our immune system recognize a virus
Dr. Jones tells them why a bird or plant virus cannot generally infect us
Virus binding to a human respiratory mucosa
Antibodies of our immune system recognize a virus
Dr. Jones tells them why a bird or plant virus cannot generally infect us
In Part 2 - Virus unable to bind to a human respiratory mucosa
Human and bird flu viruses can combine to create a new deadlier virus Pigs can act as an intermediate hosts for spreading bird flu
H5N1 has been mutating by using the process of recombination
Human and bird flu viruses can combine to create a new deadlier virus
Pigs can act as an intermediate hosts for spreading bird flu
H5N1 has been mutating by using the process of recombination
Virus binds to pseudostratified cilliated epithelium cell
Human respiratory tract cell infection by virus This is how a bird virus can infect humans
Virus binds to pseudostratified ciliated epithelium cell
Human respiratory tract cell infection by virus
This is how a bird virus can infect humans
Details of the animation/ movie /software

There are two parts of this movie both are sold separately, this is the part 2

In this part you will see how the bird virus can infect humans, we take you as deep as your curiosity, upto the cell zoom-ins so that you can see actual virus infecting a human cell. The movie explains it in an easy to understand, interactive format. It answers many questions, some of them are given below. There are two more movies on bird flu, go to their pages on our site to get more details about this virus

Some of the Questions Answered on Virus


1.What are viruses?
2.How are "bird flu" viruses different from "human flu viruses"?
3.How are strains produced due to mixing of bird and human viruses?
4.How does mixing of bird flu virus and human flu virus take place?
5.What role do pigs play in this cycle?
6.How can pigs be a mixing bowl for avian and human viruses?
7.How do virus mutate?
8.What is meant by antigenic shift, drift and recombination?
9. Can you show us the attachment of bird flu virus to human ciliated cells?
10.What is transmission mechanism of virus from human to human?
11. How does evolution of H5N1 takes place?
12.Can H5N1 also kill its carriers, the migratory birds ?
13. How can the virus "jump" from chicken to humans?
14.You mean, Bird flu virus was first discovered in Europe not in Asia?


Six powerful animations explaining everything about bird flu
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bird flu - the virus part 1 Bird flu the virus 2
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Q & A
Q1: what is the mechanism for virus life cycle? sumit 19/2/2007
Ans: The life cycle consists of stages like attachment, penetration, uncoating, biosynthesis, assembly and release of virions, since this space is insufficient we are including a more detailed answer in our forums.Please click on the Q&A link on top to go there.
   
Q2: Why pigs are mixing vessels? Loy 6/12/2006
Ans: Pigs have both ciliated and non-ciliated epithelial cells hence they can receive viruses from both human and birds, a new virus can be created inside them , hence they are called as mixing vessels.
   
Q3: what kind of research is going on for vaccine to protection of "Bird flu" ? suresh kumar 22/2/2006
Ans: The answer to this warrants an article, we will try to come up with one in future. There are a lot of developments in vaccine for birds and humans, China claims it has successfully developed and tested vaccine for birds, University of Pittsburgh has developed and tested successfully in mice a vaccine made from adenovirus that can handle any H5N1 strain in future, Sanofi pasteur, Swiftwater, PA made a vaccine from inactivated H5N1 virus. All of them under clinical trial
   
Q4: what kind of softwares are required for getting results in avian influenza virus? suresh kumar 18/2/2006
Ans: Not sure for what purpose do you want the software, from WHO site you can get "Epi Info™ for epidemiologists to rapidly develop a questionnaire or form, customize the data entry process, and enter and analyze data
   
Q5: what is the main role play an important role of "Bird flu" in proteomics? suresh kumar.H 16/2/2006
Ans: we felt that this question required a detailed answer, instead of giving a short reply to your question, we have uploaded an article written by our team over last 2-days, please refer articles section
   


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