Group M6: Translocation of A Gut Pathobiont Drives Autoimmunity in Mice and Humans

 

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8 Responses to Group M6: Translocation of A Gut Pathobiont Drives Autoimmunity in Mice and Humans

  1. Liya says:

    concepts are well expressed and easy to follow. data is also explained in detail

  2. Ye says:

    The drawing in this video is very creative and entertaining and the concepts are well explained. But the ending is a little bit short.

  3. Rahul says:

    Really liked this video! The animation style using a time-lapse type edit was nice. The content was also on point, and you made good connection to the modules.

  4. Alysha says:

    I really enjoyed the video! The concepts were explained in detail and the visuals were easy to follow. The background music was also a nice touch. The material was easy to understand. Good job!

  5. Ayesha says:

    Great video! The visuals were very creative and really helped to outline the main ideas of this experiment. Explanation was also clear and easy to follow.

  6. Harsh says:

    Even though the visuals were very simple, they were easy to follow and material could be well understood. The introduction was pretty creative.

  7. Dezarae says:

    The video flowed very nicely, but all animations or charts needed to be hand made.

  8. Jazmin says:

    Great job with breaking down the concepts covered in the article. However, the conclusion was a bit short.

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