Study of flu viruses

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Observation by confocal microscopy of human lung epithelium cells infected by an influenza virus of animal origin. Three-dimensional isosurface depiction of viro-induced cube-shaped structures. Image produced by the VirPath laboratory and Common Center of Quantimetrics, University of Lyon.

Observation by confocal microscopy of human lung epithelium cells infected by an influenza virus of animal origin. Three-dimensional isosurface depiction of viro-induced cube-shaped structures. Image produced by the VirPath laboratory and Common Center of Quantimetrics, University of Lyon.

 

Observation by confocal microscopy of human lung epithelium cells infected by an influenza virus of animal origin. Three-dimensional isosurface depiction of viro-induced cube-shaped structures. Image produced by the VirPath laboratory and Common Center of Quantimetrics, University of Lyon.

Observation by confocal microscopy of human lung epithelium cells infected by an influenza virus of animal origin. Three-dimensional isosurface depiction of viro-induced cube-shaped structures. Image produced by the VirPath laboratory and Common Center of Quantimetrics, University of Lyon.

 

Observation by confocal microscopy of layer of human lung epithelium cells infected by fusogenic viruses. Three-dimensional isosurface depiction of the cellular syncytium induced by fusing infected cells. Image produced by the VirPath laboratory and Common Center of Quantimetrics, University of Lyon.

Observation by confocal microscopy of layer of human lung epithelium cells infected by fusogenic viruses. Three-dimensional isosurface depiction of the cellular syncytium induced by fusing infected cells. Image produced by the VirPath laboratory and Common Center of Quantimetrics, University of Lyon.

 

Observation by confocal microscopy of the nucleus (blue) and nucleolar compartments (red/green) of a human lung epithelium cell that has not been infected by the flu virus. Three-dimensional isosurface depiction produced at the Common Center of Quantimetrics, UCBL1.

Observation by confocal microscopy of the nucleus (blue) and nucleolar compartments (red/green) of a human lung epithelium cell that has not been infected by the flu virus. Three-dimensional isosurface depiction produced at the Common Center of Quantimetrics, UCBL1.

 

depiction produced at the Common Center of Quantimetrics, UCBL1.

Observation by confocal microscopy of the subcellular relocation of nucleolar factors in human cells infected by the virus A/Turkey/582/2006 H5N1. Three-dimensional isosurface depiction produced at the Common Center of Quantimetrics, UCBL1.

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