Group 25 – Single mutation in prM protein of Zika virus contributes to fetal microcephaly

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48 Responses to Group 25 – Single mutation in prM protein of Zika virus contributes to fetal microcephaly

  1. Hayden says:

    It was interesting to learn the history of Zika, and how it was a mutation that caused it to become so deadly to babies. I liked to see a real-life example of what we learned in class about mutations.

  2. Nicole says:

    I liked how you included background information because it made your findings more relevant!

  3. Matthew says:

    I liked this video a lot! It moved at a nice pace and the background information was very helpful in understanding the rest of the video. The study was simplified to a good degree and I found the entire video to be easily understood.

  4. Aubree says:

    Very well done! The audio is very clear, and the visuals are great and really help enforce the info presented. I thought the drawing of the outbreak strains and explaining how the more modern strains are most lethal was very interesting!

  5. Amanda says:

    The audio and the drawings were super clear!

  6. Patrick says:

    Learning about zika was made very interesting and engaging by this video, superb job.

  7. Blake says:

    Well done. I thought you did a good job of keeping the information simple enough to follow but also very informative. The way you stitched the images together was cool.

  8. Soham says:

    Very well done, the video was very informative, and the image flow was quite nice, and the inclusion of context was quite useful and engaging.

  9. Madison says:

    best voice/sound I’ve heard so far!

  10. Sara says:

    I liked learning about a very relevant topic that I did not know that much about. Very good video

  11. James says:

    The background information in the beginning really helped set to set the context for the rest of the video.

  12. Yifan says:

    The context of Zika was something I really wanted to learn, and yall presented it in a way that set the tone for the rest of the video

  13. Kaitlin says:

    The connection to our course was easily the best feature of the video. But also, the drawings and flow of content were well presented. I did however feel like the drawings and writing were done very quickly and unprofessionally. Some more detail on the drawings and writing would have made the video better. But overall, great job!

  14. Austin says:

    Some of the drawings could’ve been simplified

  15. Arfa says:

    I liked the way the video was filmed and how to visuals progressed, which was a unique take on the traditional use of the white board in the videos. The visuals were also very nice and the information was easy to understand. Nice job!

  16. Robert says:

    My group did the same topic so it was interesting to see the way you guys presented the information from the paper. Very easy to follow, and not boring despite already having studied this, overall great video

  17. Andrea says:

    The stop animation technique you did was very unique and I felt like you made such a hot news issue such as Zika very easy to understand and the information was thorough.

  18. Juhee says:

    Great video with engaging visuals! I liked the animation technique the best.

  19. Kaitlyn says:

    Very clear graphics and easy to follow narration! I really enjoyed your video.

  20. Leighann says:

    The visuals and editing were great. They were engaging and the explanations were easy to understand. I could easily understand the study as well as the connection to our class.

  21. Tarab says:

    Great video! Very professional and I can tell a lot of time was put into it

  22. Ashmita says:

    I like how you use the whiteboard to get your information to the audience.

  23. Ashmita says:

    The use of the whiteboard helped inform the audience well!

  24. Chloe says:

    The drawings were create and the audio was perfect in sound and speed. Maybe would’ve liked to see some interaction with students, but the overall information about Zika was extremely interesting.

  25. Nidhi says:

    I love this topic as is because Zika is very important to our current condition and I loved the way it was explained.

  26. Joselyn says:

    The visuals were very clear and the background information was great!

  27. James says:

    I enjoyed the background info on Zika. The voiceover was paced well with the visuals as well. The information was also clear and decisive.

  28. Youngjoon says:

    Great video! It was very informative and the flow of information was great.

  29. Kelly says:

    This video gave a great, clear, and easy to understand description of the research. The diagrams are also helpful and engaging!

  30. Berna says:

    Great background information on Zika that made it easy to understand and provided a broader context.

  31. Shashwati says:

    Well explained. It was simplified to an easily comprehensible level and flowed nicely.

  32. Kendall says:

    Some of the images were very detailed, which helped me organize the data that I was looking at. They gave the full image of Zika which helped me see the symptoms and important characteristics that have made and still make Zika an epidemic.

  33. Madison says:

    The slow pace and background information made this video really easy to follow! The visuals also worked well.

  34. Bailey says:

    I really appreciate the zika history, I didn’t really keep up with the zika scare. I didn’t like that it was mostly a fast slideshow though, there’s a lot of dead time on screen.

  35. Theresa says:

    This was really interesting to learn about, I liked how you included background information, great video!!

  36. Taylor says:

    I really like how this video was edited and put together! The visuals made it enjoyable to watch! Great job!

  37. Amiel says:

    Overall good video, with clear explanations. Slight point of concern was when parts of the graphs were cut out of the image, but it was still easy to understand.

  38. Joseph says:

    Very nice illustrations and pace of audio. It made the content very easy to comprehend.

  39. Sahar says:

    I thought the welcome to brazil analogy was hilarious. The pictures were also great.

  40. Zachery says:

    I appreciated the amount of detail in the white board drawings

  41. Kara says:

    The explanation of the topic had a very good introduction which allowed an easier understanding of the topic overall, also the visuals went very well with what was said and followed a beneficial flow.

  42. Eric says:

    I like how the drawings were consistent with the information that was presented. It made understanding the information easier.

  43. Inhee says:

    The speed of the voiceover was great and the information was well presented

  44. Christin says:

    Clean visuals and clear explanation. It got a little dense during the part with the experimental data, but overall I like it!

  45. Carlos says:

    I liked the “stop motion-esque” concept although it was a bit shaky at times. The audio quality was fantastic. Nice job presenting the article and tying it to a bigger picture.

  46. Gilberto says:

    Audio was perfect, and the information was communicated really well. The frame-by-frame technique was a bit shaky, but it didn’t affect the overall good work.

  47. Ria says:

    LOVE IT! Animations are so cute

  48. David says:

    So interesting to see this direct correlation between our learning with genetic material/protein synthesis can have effects on current health problems

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