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What can genomic variation tell us about how bacteria cause disease?

In this video interview, Professor Julian Parkhill explains what bacterial genomes can tell us about why certain bacteria cause disease

In this video interview, Professor Julian Parkhill explains what bacterial genomes can tell us about how certain bacteria cause disease.

After viewing the video, in the Comments area, share one piece of evidence for the belief that genomics can help us to defeat pathogens?

What organisations or countries are best placed to use genomics in disease control?

Can you give any reasons?

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Bacterial Genomes: Disease Outbreaks and Antimicrobial Resistance

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