1970s: Cell
1970s: Cell. Man looks in microscope. Woman holds crab. Drops of liquid fall. Woman looks down and smiles. Hands hold baby in isolette. Hand rubs back.
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Japanese encephalitis vaccine, India, 2005
Vial containing a Japanese encephalitis (JE) vaccine. JE particularly impacts south and south east Asia, and historically countries such as Sri Lanka and India relied upon a vaccine grown in mouse brains that was too expensive and slow to produce. Vaccines developed in the 1980s were introduced in these two countries in the mid-2000s that use inactivated JE viruses grown in hamster kidney cells. This method makes mass-production easier and is around 10 times cheaper. JE is an infection affecting the brain which is caused by Japanese encephalitis virus (Flavivirus sp.) which is spread by mosquitoes. JE has a mortality rate of around 30% and 30-50% of surviving patients are left with permanent neurological disorders. There are no specific treatments, but vaccines can prevent infection. Filmed during the Japanese encephalitis outbreak in India in 2005. This outbreak killed 1,344 people.
Holding Our Ground
CS of large prison cell crowded with juveniles, an armed guard is locking cell, he turns and walks past camera. PAN shot of inmates inside cell. MCS through bars of juveniles inside, a guard comes into view, unlocks door and opens it, hand held TRAVELLING SHOT as camera moves inside cell. CUs of faces of juveniles (55 ft).
Reenactment: American folk blues musician Lead Belly and other African American prisoners in a prison cell of United States.
Reenactment shows American folk blues musician Huddie William Ledbetter (Lead Belly) in a prison cell in the United States. Lead Belly and others wearing striped uniforms in a cell. Lead Belly holds his guitar and speaks to other African American prisoners in cell. View of other prisoners seated. Location: United States USA. Date: 1936.
JACKSON HOLDING CELL
00:00:00:00 officials give tour of holding cell (0:47) /
Cats #4
Large group of men dressed in dark green suits carrying canes. Behind men is a woman walking her dog holding a large cell phone from sprint. Van follows, group of men hold lines to large inflated leprechaun.
HDN-40 16mm Beta SP
JOE FRAZIER, WASHINGTON, DC PRISON, WILLIAM ROGERS GEORGE SCHULTZ
Paramount
Scenes after liberation of Japanese prison camp Ofuna
Young Man in Prison Cell
Floating view of a young man standing behind bars in a prison cell. At one point he grasps the bars and shakes them in frustration.
Preparation for the release of prisoners in Roanne
Centre Est
CRIME
LONG SHOT, CELL BLOCK - HANDS HANGING OUT OF CELLS EACH HOLDING A MIRROR.
Stem Cell
Senator Brownback holds a news conference on stem cell legislation
Stem Cell
Senator Brownback holds a news conference on stem cell legislation
BIOLOGY
MAN HOLDS UP A HUGE PLASTIC RED BLOOD CELL.
Holding Our Ground
CS of juveniles behind bars of rehabilitation centre (9 ft).
CAMPBELL EXECUTION PREVIEW
CHARLES RODMAN CAMPBELL WILL BE EXECUTED IN THE STATE PRISON IN WALLA WALLA THURSDAY AT MIDNIGHT. THIS STORY CONTAINS REACTION FROM FAMILY MEMBERS OF CAMPBELL'S VICTIMS.
Women suffragettes parade at railroad station in San Francisco
Women suffragettes disembark from train 'Prison Special' from 'Cell Alley'. Women in suffrage movement are attired in prison garb. The suffragettes parade on railroad siding. The suffragettes, seeking rights for women, hold flags and a banner on which is written 'Resistence to Tyranny is Reverence to God'. Location: San Francisco California USA. Date: 1918.
Downtown Manhattan, people enjoying lunch outside
Downtown Manhattan, people enjoying lunch outside. Mix of business people and tourists. Fixed shot and tilt down from sky. 2nd shot includes woman on cell phone holding a baby in foreground.
Cell Phones
Cell Phones Pedestrians walk and talk on cellular phones. CU, woman holds a cell phone to her ear. Mobile communication technology.
DN-LB-510 Beta SP
Prisoners Riot and Set Fire To Penitentiary
1970s: Section of brain viewed through microscope
1970s: Section of brain viewed through microscope. Fingers holding microcircuit. Brain cells and neurons through microscope.
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PISTORIUS/ HOLDING CELL
Visit of RN elected officials to the ADMINISTRATIVE RETENTION CENTER of Nîmes
Midi Atlantique