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Coral Bleaching

This animation zooms into a coral reef to explore the tiny animals that build reefs, the photosynthetic algae inside their cells, and the damaging process of coral bleaching.

Cell Biology
Microbiology
Environmental Science
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Malaria: Human Host

This animation shows how the malaria parasite develops inside a human and eventually causes disease.

Microbiology
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Malaria: Mosquito Host

This animation shows how the malaria parasite reproduces and matures inside a mosquito.

Microbiology
Anatomy & Physiology
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Dengue Virus Life Cycle

This animation shows how dengue virus infects a cell and replicates itself with the help of its host’s cellular machinery.

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Microbiology
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Structure of Dengue Virus

This animation zooms into a 3D model of dengue virus, moving from the virus’s outer structures to its inner core.

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Microbiology
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The LUX Operon

This animation explores the LUX operon, a set of five genes that are involved in bacterial bioluminescence.

Genetics
Cell Biology
Microbiology
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Targeting Infected Cells for Immune Defense

This animation shows how a cell infected by a virus signals cytotoxic T cells to destroy itself.

Cell Biology
Microbiology
Anatomy & Physiology
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HIV Life Cycle

This animation shows how HIV infects a cell and replicates itself using reverse transcriptase.

Cell Biology
Microbiology
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DNA Cloning with Plasmids

This animation describes a genetic engineering technique called DNA cloning, which can be used to make bacteria express a foreign gene, typically from another species.

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Microbiology
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