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Virology Lectures 2020 #1: What Is a Virus?

Video   Mar 18, 2020

 

In this first lecture of my 2020 Columbia University virology course, we define viruses, discuss their discovery and fundamental properties, including whether or not they are alive, and explain why they are the most awesome biological entities on Earth.

 
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