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source: iBiology     2016年12月7日

McFall-Ngai (U. Hawaii Manoa) 1: Living together: The symbiosis of host-microbial interactions  27:28
McFall-Ngai (U. Hawaii Manoa) 2: The Hawaiian bobtail squid - Vibrio Fischeri association 28:00
Dr. Michele LeRoux (MIT): Pseudomonas aeruginosa survives with a gut reaction using their T6SS 29:12
Julie Huang (Stanford U.): H. pylori finds its home 38:12
Lora Hooper (UT Southwestern) 1: Mammalian gut microbiota: Mammals and their symbiotic gut microbes 34:55
Lora Hooper (UT Southwestern) 2: Mammalian gut microbiota: Maintaining symbiosis in the intestine 31:30
Christine Jacobs-Wagner (Yale, HHMI) 2: DNA segregation & active intracellular transport in bacteria 32:26
Christine Jacobs-Wagner (Yale, HHMI) 1: The role of spatial organization in bacterial cell function 27:15
Jared Leadbetter (Caltech) 1: Termites and Their Symbiotic Gut Microbes 37:08
Ralph Isberg (Tufts U / HHMI) Part 2: Community Behavior of an Extracellular Pathogen 42:57
Ralph Isberg (Tufts U / HHMI) Part 1: What Distinguishes a Pathogen from a Non-Pathogen? 44:12
Norma Andrews (U. Maryland) Part 1: Trypanosoma cruzi and Chagas’ Disease 19:51
Pascale Cossart (Institut Pasteur) Part 3: Cell biology and infection: lessons from Listeria 51:47
Pascale Cossart (Institut Pasteur) Part 1: Bacterial pathogenesis: the Listeria paradigm 23:42
Pascale Cossart (Institut Pasteur) Part 2: Exploring "New Microbiology" with Listeria monocytogenes 27:15
Kristala L. J. Prather (MIT) Part 1: Introduction to Synthetic Biology and Metabolic Engineering 26:12
Kristala L. J. Prather (MIT) Part 2: Teaching an Old Bacterium New Tricks 38:37
Howard Berg (Harvard) Part 1: Marvels of Bacterial Behavior - History & Physics 31:34
Howard Berg (Harvard) Part 2: Marvels of Bacterial Behavior - Molecular Machinery 30:09
Harmit Malik (FHCRC/HHMI) Part 1: Molecular arms races - Host evolution 32:51
Harmit Malik (FHCRC/HHMI) Part 2: Molecular arms races - Viral evolution 22:46
Stephen Harrison (Harvard) Part 1: Virus structures: General principles 49:52
Stephen Harrison (Harvard) Part 2: Viral membrane fusion 32:56
Stephen Harrison (Harvard) Part 3: Non-enveloped virus entry 30:56
Graham Hatfull (University of Pittsburgh/HHMI) Part 1: Bacteriophages: What are they? 23:11
Graham Hatfull (University of Pittsburgh/HHMI) Part 2: Bacteriophages: Genomic insights. 24:23
Graham Hatfull (University of Pittsburgh/HHMI) Part 3: Mycobacteriophage genomics 46:04
Dianne Newman (CalTech) Part 3: Interpreting Molecular Fossils of Oxygenic Photosynthesis 40:22
Dianne Newman (CalTech) Part 2: Microbial Respiration of Arsenate 40:32
Dianne Newman (CalTech) Part 1: An Overview of Microbial Diversity and Evolution 53:44
Lucy Shapiro (Stanford Univ) Part 1: Dynamics of the Bacterial Chromosome 34:33
Lucy Shapiro (Stanford Univ) Part 2: Escalating Infectious Disease Threat 39:38
John McKinney (EPFL) Part 1: Tuberculosis a Persistent Threat 27:33
John McKinney (EPFL) Part 2: Tools for Tuberculosis Control: Not Just a Problem of Implementation 28:18
John McKinney (EPFL) Part 3: Phenotypic Heterogeneity and Antibiotic Tolerance 27:16
John McKinney (EPFL) Part 4: Targeting M. tuberculosis Carbon Metabolism In Vivo 26:12
Stanley Falkow (Stanford University) Part 2: Helicobacter pylori and Gastric Cancer 48:58
Stanley Falkow (Stanford University) Part 1: Human-Pathogen Interaction 37:48
David Roos (U Penn) Part 3C: Designing and mining pathogen genome databases 25:46
David Baltimore (Caltech) Part 1: Introduction to Viruses and HIV 34:34
David Baltimore (Caltech) Part 2: Why Gene Therapy Might be a Reasonable Tool for Attacking HIV 30:36
David Baltimore (Caltech) Part 3: HIV: The Grand Challenge - Engineering Immunity 19:20
Norma Andrews (U. Maryland) Part 1: Trypanosoma cruzi and Chagas' Disease 19:24
Norma Andrews (U. Maryland) Part 2: Leishmania spp and Leishmaniasis 13:36
Norma Andrews (U. Maryland) Part 3: Strategies for Cell Invasion and Intracellular Survival 33:43
Joseph DeRisi (UCSF) Part 1: Malaria: The disease and parasites 21:20
Joseph DeRisi (UCSF) Part 2: Malaria: Research 16:53
Joseph DeRisi (UCSF) Part 3: Malaria: Drug Development 24:14
Bonnie Bassler (Princeton) Part 1: Bacterial Communication via Quorum Sensing 53:48
David Roos (U Penn) Part 3B: Designing and mining pathogen genome databases 27:11
David Roos (U Penn) Part 3A: Designing and mining pathogen genome databases 20:04
David Roos (U Penn) Part 2: The apicomplexan plastid 37:12
David Roos (U Penn) Part 1: Biology of Apicomplexan Parasites 32:06
Bonnie Bassler (Princeton) Part 2: Vibrio Cholerae Quorum Sensing and Novel Antibiotics 19:50
Richard Losick (Harvard) Part 3: Stochasticity and Cell Fate 24:58
Richard Losick (Harvard) Part 2: New Research on Multicellularity 18:14
Richard Losick (Harvard) Part 1: Spore Formation in Bacillus Subtilis 28:58
Don Ganem (Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research) Part 3: KSHV Latency and KS Pathogenesis 31:42
Don Ganem (Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research) Part 4: Is KSHV Latency the Whole story? 27:53
Don Ganem (Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research) Part 2: The Virus 23:44
Don Ganem (Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research) Part 1: Kaposis Sarcoma: The Disease 23:08
Ari Helenius (ETH Zurich) Part 3: Open Sesame: Cell Entry and Vaccinia Virus 30:26
Ari Helenius (ETH Zurich) Part 2: Endocytosis and Penetration 30:19
Ari Helenius (ETH Zurich) Part 1: Virus entry 40:11
Human Pathogens - Stanley Falkow (Stanford University) 3:43

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