Animation of the mechanism of an influenza virus and how Crucell’s antibodies target the HA1 proteins on the virus and prevent further spread of influenza.
Direction, Design & Animation: Daniel Lim, 2Preform
Music & Sound Design: Javier Barrero, Logical Disorder
Production Company: David Hager, All Terrain Media
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When u can't cram a word anymore and came here for help
Please transelate the video in arabic next time please my english language not very good and i need informatio about disease ….thank alot
Thank's your information
superb ,stratergy of influenza replication and protection from it
Who came here to use it for a shooting stars meme
Well that was boring
Could u give the name of the Exact music please? i can only see the name of the producer, can u please tell me the specific names?
Excellent Animation…Thanks a lot
Really good animation but it desperately need labels – wasn't really sure what was HA and what was NA.
nice about flue
naaaaaa not beautiful they suck
1st you already got the whole thing wrong.
H1N1 is not a virus. Who know the reason, on how you got that wrong. Its a defence mechanism that bound like interlocking system.
Its normally the causes of inflammation.
I am influenza B infection.But now I'm good
I have a flu you didn't sleep all night
can I use this in my science hw
what is the name of the receptor that HA binds to causing fusion?
There is a god!
Great animation. My next question will be. How can I help my body produce more monocolonal IgG1 antibody ??
What is the guy doing at the end? haha
hi im at school
this is the worst virus I ever get before . I didn't go to school for 1 month
Thanks very much for the informative adventure
Human body is like a universe on its own
bel video ma mi continuo a sentire di merda per quest'influenza di merda
Such an amazing video, almost made me feel like i was there.
hey thanks for the video…right now I'm sick with influenza and it's interesting to know what happens inside your body when you have influenza.
Hi! Thanks for this video. Do you have the resources you used for this info, by chance?