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Published in : 2016-01-24 | by Vincent Racaniello
In this first lecture of my 2016 Columbia University virology course, we explore the definitiions of viruses, their discovery and properties, and my goals for this ...
Published in : 2018-01-20 | by Vincent Racaniello
In this first lecture of my 2018 Columbia University virology course, we explore the definitions of viruses, their discovery and fundamental properties, and discuss ...
Published in : 2015-01-22 | by Vincent Racaniello
The introductory lecture for my 2015 Columbia University undergraduate virology course. In lecture #1 I introduce the world of viruses - their diversity and ...
Published in : 2013-01-26 | by Vincent Racaniello
Introductory lecture for my 2013 undergraduate virology course. We discuss viral attributes and viral discovery in the context of the history of microbiology.
Published in : 2018-04-05 | by Vincent Racaniello
Virus infections can lead to transformation of cells, making them immortal and placing them on the road to cancer. In this lecture we review the discovery of RNA ...
Published in : 2017-01-21 | by Vincent Racaniello
In this first lecture of my 2017 Columbia University virology course, we explore the definitions of viruses, their discovery and properties, and my goals for this ...
Published in : 2019-01-27 | by Vincent Racaniello
In this first lecture of my 2019 Columbia University virology course, we define viruses, discuss their discovery and fundamental properties, including whether or ...
Published in : 2018-01-30 | by Vincent Racaniello
A key function of the virus particles is to protect the genome in its journey among hosts. In this lecture we describe the two major forms of symmetry for building ...
Published in : 2014-01-24 | by Vincent Racaniello
The introductory lecture for my 2014 Columbia University undergraduate virology course. In lecture #1 I introduce the world of viruses - their diversity and ...
Published in : 2019-05-08 | by Vincent Racaniello
Viral gene therapy, the use of virus vectors to treat or prevent human diseases, has been made possible by the contributions of basic virology research.