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When viruses mutate, there's a risk that they can evolve to pass between people more easily or even be more deadly 🦠

But how do scientists know when a virus has changes? 🎥 ⤵️| @sangerinstitute

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How the @CovidGenomicsUK Consortium sequenced #SARCoV2

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As part of our Cancer Research UK–Children with Cancer UK Innovation Awards, Dr Sam Behjati at @sangerinstitute and @straathof_karin at @UCLchildhealth are exploring a children’s cancer that starts in the muscle cells, called rhabdomyosarcoma. #CRUKYoungPeople @CwC_UK

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