Group 5 (M) Legionella pneumophilia Modulates Mitochondrial Dynamics to Trigger Metabolic Repurposing of Infected Macrophages

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22 Responses to Group 5 (M) Legionella pneumophilia Modulates Mitochondrial Dynamics to Trigger Metabolic Repurposing of Infected Macrophages

  1. Ye says:

    The video is very engaging and the information is well explained. But if the speed could be slowed down a little bit will be even better.

  2. Alysha says:

    The diagrams were detailed and really made me understand the content of the video. Everything was well summarized and I was engaged throughout the video. Great job!

  3. Sonya says:

    Really good video! Although the information presented in the video was advanced, I was able to follow it without too much trouble. I liked how the bacteria and molecules had faces and dialogue which made the video more cartoonish and fun. Also, the transitions were smooth and made the video look professional.

  4. Suma says:

    The visuals were very interesting and creative! The video had a casual feel which made it easy to understand.

  5. Lucas says:

    It was hard to hear what you were saying without the subtitles. I love your images though and everything is pretty well put together.

  6. Zefanya says:

    The video is really informative with in depth information on the topic of the paper.

  7. Patrick says:

    I enjoyed all of the animations, they were creative and entertaining. Great summary of the topic too.

  8. Heyward says:

    One of the best videos I’ve seen so far. Very professional and engaging animations However, I thought that the graphs were very speedily described and shown, and there wasn’t much time to look at them and understand what was going on.

  9. Kathleen says:

    helpful, detailed visuals + clear, informative explanations = great job!

  10. Gabriella says:

    The language was very easy to understand, and the animations were very creative and made the topic easier to follow. One of the best videos I’ve seen.

  11. Jonathan says:

    Great job! I really enjoyed watching your video, it was clearly presented, with great use of graphics and linkage of topics.

  12. Nicholas says:

    The information was presented very clearly, though sometimes the audio was a little quiet. They linked all of the topics together very well.

  13. Shelby says:

    I really like the drawings and animation in this video. I think they really boost the quality of the video. However, some more inflection in the narration could help highlight the most important facts in the research.

  14. Pragya says:

    The information was clear, but the audio was a bit difficult to hear. Good job though!!

  15. Gabriel says:

    Excellent presentation of the information. The concepts and procedures are clear enough to understand the whole purpose of the article. Good job!

  16. Monica says:

    I especially loved the images, and the information was presented well, but it was a little muffled at times audio wise. Other than that I really enjoyed it.

  17. Zain says:

    Engaging visuals and easily understood information. Good work!

  18. Dalton says:

    The images were very interesting and helped convey the topic at hand in an efficient way. The audio was generally okay and did not distract from the content. It was not over the top and easy to follow

  19. Adam says:

    Superb animations and clearly spoken. Great video overall and well explained.

  20. Harsh says:

    The use of flowcharts and communicative visuals really helped me understand your video on a visual level. Well done!

  21. Luke says:

    Really good animations and very clear explanation of ideas. Well done!

  22. Luke says:

    I found the animations and flowcharts to be very helpful in understanding the main ideas. Good job!

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