The Killer T-Cells
00:00 - 01:05
1m 5s

The Commander T-Cell informs all cells about pneumococcus on the loose and dispatches the Killer T-Cells to hunt them down.


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  • Sarah Hern
    about 1 year ago
    Works by analogy very well
  • KailaThompson
    about 1 year ago
    I appreciate the style of the animation and how they are using a story to represent the actions of the white blood cells to fight the loose pneumococcus. I feel like the students would appreciate this clip.

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