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UW Medicine Lab Scientists Study 2019 Novel Coronavirus

Video   Feb 07, 2020 | Taken from UW Medicine

 

The lab of Dr. Alex Greninger, in the virology division of Laboratory Medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine, is studying the latest genomic information about the novel Coronavirus, and its possible implications for the clinical virology laboratory.

 
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