3D Medical Animation: Antibody Immune Response This 3D medical animation shows how antibodies stop harmful pathogens from attaching themselves to healthy cells in the blood stream. The animation begins by showing normal red and white blood cells flowing through the blood stream. Next, a single pathogen appears onscreen slowly moving toward its destination on the surface of a cell. The tubular extensions on the pathogen are surface proteins which attach to corresponding surface proteins on a white blood cell, or leukocyte. As the animation continues, more pathogens continue to attach to the white blood cell, rendering it ineffective. During the immune system response, Y-shaped antibodies begin attacking the pathogen, binding to its surface proteins as the pathogen attempts to anchor to the blood cell. The antibodies completely block the pathogen from attaching to the blood cell, "tagging" the pathogen so that one of the immune system's leaner cells, a macrophage, appears onscreen to engulf and digest the pathogen. Nucleus Medical Art is a leading creator and licensor of medical illustrations, 3D medical animations and interactive multimedia for medical devices, pharmaceutical companies, education, biotechnology, advertising agencies, lawyers, and more. Online at If you like this animation, LIKE us on Facebook:
Quo Vadis Pathogens? - the Spread of Vector-Borne Diseases | Tomorrow Today The project called Emerging Diseases in a Changing European Environment, or EDEN has brought together scientists from 24 countries and 47 research institutions. They are investigating the routes of transmission taken by diseases as they move from animals to humans and how they are influenced by environmental and societal changes.Their work is expected to produce models that could help predict the outbreak and spread of diseases like malaria and tick-borne encephalitis.
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31. Pathogens 1 of 4 This video looks at pathogens - namely, the different types of cellular pathogens, as well as the pathogenic life cycle.
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Bloodborne Pathogens Training Video: Understanding HIV and AIDS This video discusses topics related to occupational exposures to HIV and AIDS. A good bloodborne pathogens program is needed to protect workers from bloodborne related illnesses. For more information on bloodborne pathogens programs and training contact us at http:.
SCIENTIST WARNING Dangerous NEW pathogen Monsanto's Roundup GMO'. www.globalresearch.ca A plant pathologist experienced in protecting against biological warfare recently warned the USDA of a new, self-replicating, micro-fungal virus-sized organism which may be causing spontaneous abortions in livestock, sudden death syndrome in Monsanto's Roundup Ready soy, and wilt in Monsanto's RR corn. Dr. Don M. Huber, who coordinate...s the Emergent Diseases and Pathogens committee of the American Phytopathological Society, as part of the USDA National Plant Disease Recovery System, warned Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack that this pathogen threatens the US food and feed supply and can lead to the collapse of the US corn and soy export markets. Likewise, deregulation of GE alfalfa "could be a calamity," he noted in his letter (reproduced in full below). On January 27, Vilsack gave blanket approval to all genetically modified alfalfa. Following orders from President Obama, he also removed buffer zone requirements. This is seen as a deliberate move to contaminate natural crops and destroy the organic meat and dairy industry which relies on GM-free alfalfa. Such genetic contamination will give the biotech industry complete control over the nation's fourth largest crop. It will also ease the transition to using GE-alfalfa as a biofuel. "My letter to Secretary Vilsack was a request to allocate necessary resources to understand potential nutrient-disease interactions before making (in my opinion) an essentially irreversible decision on deregulation of ...
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People, Places and Pathogens Huw Taylor, Professor of Microbial Ecology at the University of Brighton, presented his inaugural lecture on Thursday 21 June 2012 entitled: People, Places and Pathogens. Professor Taylor, who did his undergraduate degree in microbiology, said that the science of medical microbiology has delivered enormous benefits for human health. However, he believes these global health gains have been far from equitable and that re-directing our research efforts to support the delivery of safe drinking water and effective sanitation could help to lift the threat of waterborne disease from the lives of millions of children.
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xTAG® Gastrointestinal Pathogen Panel (GPP) Introduction Description: The xTAG GPP is the first diagnostic to offer detection of 15 major gastrointestinal pathogens in a single test: • Results within 5 hours for timely and better patient care • Fast turn-around time and multiplex testing mean better use of time and human resources • Multiplexed molecular testing for a reliable, actionable result
Pathogenic Mass Hysteria (Immunology Rap) Ever wanted to learn about The Immune System of the human body in just 6 minutes? You're in luck! There's a rap for that. LYRICS: 1, 2, 3 to the 4 This class is ***, its what you asked for You had to fight to get into this section To learn about the body form of protection Against all kinds of nasty infections Here's a helpful video personification Yo! Who's that dude protecting me from those tiny ugly germs I can't even see? It's me, My name is immunity. I wish pathogens would step up and mess with me I'm all in your body, working full and over-time 24/7, 365 I'm the reason you didn't get sick from that dude's sneeze or the questionable to-go food that you ate last week If you want to see me get gangster then just run into the coffee table, scrape your shin and if bacteria starts infecting I got a couple boys that will start protecting you Let me introduce you to some Myeloid cells who live in the tissue where those troublemakers dwell when that barrier is broken they're on top of it just waiting for some pathogen to start some stuff Monocyte eat 'em up and then differentiate to macrophage. Who is a major player with the Innate entourage. Along with Dendritic Cells and Neutrophils who are phagocytes but also signal other cells. By flippin' out cytokines and making it rain on this localized tissue that is getting inflamed causing redness, heat, swelling and pain also aid in leukocyte extravasation. They see me rollin, adhesion activation, transendothelial migration ...
Stool Cultures to identify pathogens How a clinical laboratory identifies typical pathogens in a stool culture
Innate Recognition of Pathogens In the initial stages of an immune response, the innate immune system recognizes the presence of pathogens and provides the first line of defense. This video is from: Janeway's Immunobiology, 7th Edition Murphy, Travers, & Walport ISBN: 978-0-8153-4123-9
OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Training Video: Safe Work Practices This video covers the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard found in 29 CFR 1910.1030. Topics include AIDS, HIV, Hepatitis C, Hepatitis B, and other common bloodborne pathogens. Emphasis is on universal precautions training, needlestick injuries and other administrative control techniques. Other important topics include routes of entry into the body, bloodborne pathogen programs and best work practices for the healthcare industry, janitorial work and first responder activities.
Virus Hunter Tracks New and Deadly Pathogens Around the Globe Stanford University biologist Nathan Wolfe is the founder and director of the Global Viral Forecasting Initiative and one of the world\'s more prominent virus hunters. Ray Suarez and Wolfe discuss his new book, \"The Viral Storm: The Dawn of a New Pandemic Age,\" and new viruses emerging around the planet.
The Pathogen Invades How the body achieves immunity against pathogens.
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Foodborne Pathogens Explore Research at the University of Florida: Keith Schneider, an associate professor of food science and human nutrition, explains his research to improve food safety in Florida produce, specifically to reduce the occurrence of salmonella in tomatoes. The goal of his research is to reduce food-borne illness and help farmers avoid causing outbreaks. Schneider describes new methods to more efficiently remove bacteria from tomatoes.
Immunology Lecture Mini-Course, 14 of 14: Evasion/Immune System by Pathogens www.einstein.yu.edu - Immunology Lecture 14 of 14 "Evasion of the Immune System by Pathogens." Harris Goldstein, MD, director, Einstein-Montefiore Center for AIDS Research, professor of pediatrics and microbiology & immunology and the Charles Michael Chair in Autoimmune Diseases, delivers a mini-course that provides a comprehensive overview in basic immunology for graduate and medical students and for anyone interested in understanding how the immune system works. This mini-course was organized by the KwaZulu-Natal Research Institute for Tuberculosis and HIV (K-RITH) at the Nelson R. Mandela School of Medicine, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa to provide Sub-Saharan students, research trainees and HIV and TB investigators with a comprehensive course in immunology. (January 2010). See related lecture slides at: streaming.einstein.yu.edu
Human Pathogens Humans are host to innumerable microbes such as bacteria, viruses, protozoa. worms and insects. Stanley Falkow describes how some of these organisms become pathogens. See the entire lecture at .
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Macrophages engulfing pathogens (Hybrid Medical Animation) Macrophages engulfing pathogens.
NCL Tests Reveal Hidden Pathogens on Pallets Used to Transport Food flash video.flv The nation's oldest consumer group has completed exploratory testing on a sample of the 2 billion pallets in circulation in the United States. The findings were alarming: many samples contained the pathogens that cause foodborne illness. The nonprofit organization is calling on the FDA to act now to ensure that contaminated pallets don't spread pathogens through our food supply.
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Bloodborne Pathogens Rap This is a fun and educational video about Bloodborne Pathogens. It is based on guidelines from the Center for Disease Control (CDC). It was created by Julie Minich-Castro RNC, BSN. If you would like to use this video for educational purposed, please contact me by email.
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Pathogen (trailer) film by Emily Hagins The trailer for Emily Hagins' feature length zombie movie "Pathogen", which is the subject of our documentary "Zombie Girl: the movie".
Tracking Food-borne Pathogens Investigators from the UC Davis Western Institute for Food Safety and Security use DNA "fingerprinting" to track pathogens, like e-coli or salmonella, to their source. In the process, the scientists are learning how these deadly bacteria move from water or animals into our food supply.
WorkCare U Presents: Bloodborne Pathogens Training Part 1 WorkCare presents part one of a two part series on bloodborne pathogens.
Bloodborne Pathogens: Exposure In The Workplace (OSHA Video) Help satisfy OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030). Bloodborne Pathogens: Exposure In The Workplace uses a "risk scenario" that tracks through a bloodborne pathogens exposure, and shows employees how to react - and how not to react - to an injury involving blood. It also features information that must be included in training, per OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030): Bloodborne diseases and how they are spread. Info on the Exposure Control Plan. Engineering, work, and practice controls. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). How to respond to emergencies involving blood. Hepatitis B vaccine, exposure evaluation and follow up. Signs and labels used to warn of potential hazards (eg, biohazard symbol). This training program comes with the following training tools: (1) 22-Minute closed-captioned video - Available on DVD (with extra bonus features) the program combines engaging video and editing technology with expertise from industry professionals at all levels. (1) Instructor's Guide - Provides you with background information and training tips to make the most out of each training session. (11) Employee Handbooks - Reviews key points and includes a quiz to check trainees' understanding of the material. Also includes a training receipt page. (1) Trainer Tools CD-ROM - CD-ROM includes supplementary information, including content for audiovisual presentations/handouts, quizzes, answer keys, clip art, posters, and a ...
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Bloodborne Pathogen Training, Bloodborne Pathogen Video This is a demo of our online OSHA-compliant Bloodborne Pathogen Training. The training is one hour long. The demo shows lesson 1 of 6. The full course is available for purchase at: This training is for anyone who comes into contact with blood as part of their assigned job duties. This includes 1) Healthcare staff such as physicians, nurses, etc 2) Healthcare housekeeping personel, emergency resonders such as paramedics, firefighters, and emergency medical technicians 3) Mortitians, 4) Dentists 5) Teachers/school staff 6) Tattoo and body piercing artists
Stanley Falkow Part 1: Human-Pathogen Interaction Lecture Overview Ninety percent of the cells humans carry are microbes. Only a few of the bacteria we encounter are pathogenic and can cause disease. Pathogens possess the inherent ability to cross anatomic barriers or breach other host defenses that limit the microbes that make up our normal flora. A significant part of human evolution has gone into developing ways to thwart microbial intrusion. In turn, microbes have come up with clever ways to avoid and circumvent host defenses but human — microbe interactions is still a "Work in Progress." When we study pathogens we learn as much about ourselves as we do about them. Helicobacter pylori lives in the human stomach. It causes gastritis, ulcer disease and even gastric cancer. Some H. pylori can inject a protein, CagA, into gastric epithelial cells. CagA interacts with the tight junctions that bind cells together and with signaling molecules affecting motility and proliferation. CagA is associated with ulcer disease and cancer but we don't understand how it works to favor malignancy. Not long ago in history most humans carried H. pylori ; the incidence of carriage and gastric cancer is dropping but there is evidence that this microbe also had a protective effect on human health.
Pathogen Recognition Receptors Cells of the immune syste have developed several kinds of receptors for recognizing different kinds of pathogens. This video is from: Janeway's Immunobiology, 7th Edition Murphy, Travers, & Walport ISBN: 978-0-8153-4123-9
Pathogens Song Here is a song I created to help my 6th grade students study. I hope you enjoy. These are pathogens, can be in humans All of these germs they can harm you Bacteria's toxins, they can cause illness Viruses need to live in you Yeah a, a bacteria has no nucleus Prokaryote it will be They're spiral, rod-like, spherical They come in three basic shapes Can live in extreme environments Archaebacteria is why And if it everywhere else Then it's from eubacteria A***ual reproduction Binary fission But some will combine Some with conjunction They have basic needs Food, energy, and survival techniques These are pathogens, can be in humans All of these germs they can harm you Bacteria's toxins, they can cause illness Viruses need to live in you Bacteria many kinds do exist Spherical, rod-like, and spiral shaped Viruses invade cells then kill it Without body defenses you'd be sick Oh, viruses they are non-living Invade reproduce in cells And measured in nanometers Because they are so very small Can be round, brick-like, or bullet Bacteriophage is complex This robot-like virus infects Bacteria, yes it will eat Once virus is inside Taking over cell Cell will then produce Virus' material Active happens now Hidden lies inside waits then comes alive These are pathogens, can be in humans All of these germs they can harm you Bacteria's toxins, they can cause illness Viruses need to live in you Bacteria many kinds do exist Spherical, rod-like, and spiral shaped Viruses invade cells then kill it ...
32. Pathogens 2 of 4 This video looks at pathogens - namely, the different types of cellular pathogens, as well as the pathogenic life cycle.
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Safety Video - Bloodborne Pathogens (PREVIEW) - This live action safety video program explains what blood borne pathogens are, modes of transmission, proper PPE and misconceptions about exposure.