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SRA: The Immunology and Biology of the SARS- CoV-2 Virus - Shared screen with speaker view
Kim Loudermilk
10:51
Thanks Jenny :)
Kim Loudermilk
10:59
Yay! Anuragh!
Anuragh Sriram
11:00
Thank you so much Jenny!
Elizabeth Seastrunk
11:23
Great intro to get us started, Jenny!
NCVPS Cafe
11:34
Jenny rocks!! And thanks Nidhi for coming too our alumni!!
Jenny Y
12:19
Thank you :)
Shahaud Bennett
12:34
all i know is that its spread through droplets fromtalking and other stuff
Sanchit Shah
12:35
Well it's an mRNA virus so it mutates rapidly as we are seeing right now (SA Variant, etc..)
Matthew Fichtner
12:51
I know that it is spread with water droplets
Nidhi Khiantani
16:38
yes!
NCVPS Cafe
16:39
Yes
Sanchit Shah
16:39
yes
Kim Loudermilk
16:39
yes
Kim Loudermilk
17:23
Great information
NCVPS Cafe
17:57
Yes
Kim Loudermilk
18:01
How cool!
NCVPS Cafe
18:17
corona = crown in Spanish
NCVPS Cafe
18:22
It looks like a crown!
Kim Loudermilk
18:31
Thanks Senor Hall :)
Sanchit Shah
20:09
Our bio teacher used to tell us that those protein spikes are like fake pizza delivery guys haha! The cells think they are getting "pizza" so they let it in and it is infected!
Kim Loudermilk
20:17
No, great explanations
Kim Loudermilk
20:31
Neat @Sanchit
Elizabeth Seastrunk
20:37
@Sanchit, love your teacher's analogy!
Jenny Y
20:53
Longer genome length!
Nidhi Khiantani
20:55
It has a way greater genome length
Sanchit Shah
20:55
much larger
NCVPS Cafe
20:57
Huge
Kim Loudermilk
21:17
Wow
Matthew Fichtner
26:20
it takes in the virus?
Kim Loudermilk
26:36
Yay! Matthew
Matthew Fichtner
28:53
they help remove mutations
Kim Loudermilk
29:35
No, great visuals and descriptions
Sanchit Shah
31:31
are vesicles also in charge of endocytosis/exocytosis?
Matthew Fichtner
32:59
it will infect more cells
emmataylor
33:00
Attach to new lung cells
Sanchit Shah
33:10
keep on attaching yup
Kim Loudermilk
33:28
Great thoughts @Sanchit & @Emma
Sanchit Shah
39:42
so would it make sense to say the immune responses/side effects of vaccines are beneficial because it means that the vaccine is effective and the antibodies are being produced?
Matthew Fichtner
44:39
I think that it blocks the pathway somehow
Matthew Fichtner
44:58
sorry I don't know
Brayjon Henderson
45:20
too many antibodies?
Matthew Fichtner
47:22
the warning molecules were released
Matthew Fichtner
49:52
I would cover up the proteins of the virus so it can't attach to cells.
emmataylor
50:03
Attack the S proteins
Nidhi Khiantani
50:06
I would look at the spikes and find a way to use it for us
Sanchit Shah
50:18
yeah
Matthew Fichtner
52:49
the mRNA
Sanchit Shah
52:52
possible the rna but I am probably wrong
Jenny Y
53:17
nucleic acids?
Sanchit Shah
53:45
oooh yeah
Kim Loudermilk
53:52
Wow, you are all great thinkers!
Matthew Fichtner
54:06
Get rid of the proteins that get rid of mutations.
Kim Loudermilk
54:27
Absolutely.
Sanchit Shah
54:46
Yes, makes a lot of sense, I love the visuals! They make the process so much easier
Matthew Fichtner
57:05
the headache, fever etc.
Nidhi Khiantani
57:08
lots of antibodies?
Sanchit Shah
57:13
high concentration of antibodies
Sanchit Shah
57:14
yep
emmataylor
58:38
Could reducing the hyperimmune response prevent apoptosis from occurring?
Elizabeth Seastrunk
58:48
LOVE THEM!
Sanchit Shah
01:05:08
interesting!
Kim Loudermilk
01:05:11
My sister had her first Covid vaccine, then around 5 days later she caught Covid from her husband. But she had a lighter case than he did. He was sick for 14 days. She received her 2nd dose last week. and she felt bad for a day, and her arm was very warm.
Elizabeth Seastrunk
01:05:12
Very interesting!
Kim Loudermilk
01:05:34
Yes, that is interesting about knowing about how materials react with other factors.
NCVPS Cafe
01:06:25
Thats crazy
NCVPS Cafe
01:06:38
Theory > Reality
Kim Loudermilk
01:06:49
Great point Senor Hall
Matthew Fichtner
01:06:52
Thank you for the presentation, it was very informational and very cool.
Sanchit Shah
01:07:29
Yes, I really enjoyed!! Super informative and amazing!!
Shahaud Bennett
01:07:34
thank you for doing this i really appreciate it
emmataylor
01:07:50
This was great!!
Kim Loudermilk
01:07:58
What a great presentation! Enjoyed the graphics and explanations. Very timely topic!
OHS Iris McClain
01:08:00
Thank you, I learned so much!! Loved the diagrams and visuals
Jenny Y
01:08:05
This is awesome!! Learned so much!!
Matthew Fichtner
01:08:13
Have a great day!
Nidhi Khiantani
01:08:20
Wow, this was an amazing presentation! I loved the interactive parts and I absolutely LOVED your diagrams. I cant believe you made all those yourself.
Elizabeth Seastrunk
01:08:22
I now need to process and unscramble my brain! LOL! You were amazing Anuragh!
Brayjon Henderson
01:08:27
that was very informational. I appreciate the knowledge.
Elizabeth Seastrunk
01:08:43
You did help me understand so much around the virus. Thank you!
Anuragh Sriram
01:09:15
Thank you so much everyone! I am SO HAPPY you all enjoyed it!
Sanchit Shah
01:09:20
👏👏👏
Kim Loudermilk
01:09:21
Yes, great opportunity to learn research skills and explore your interests and passions! Student Research Alliance is wonderful!
NCVPS Cafe
01:09:24
herman.hall@ncpublicschools.gov
Matthew Fichtner
01:09:38
I will definitely show my sister this.
Kim Loudermilk
01:09:53
The science!
NCVPS Cafe
01:10:00
¡¡¡Gracias!!!
NCVPS Cafe
01:10:03
It was unreal!!!