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  • Artist Luke Jerram set out to show that viruses are colorless despite illustrations in textbooks, which he says may alter our perception of them. He created beautiful glass sculptures of the viruses, which have been displayed in museums around the globe and appeared in medical journals and textbooks.
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  • Sars
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  • Smallpox
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  • Swine Flu
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  • MRSA
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  • Papilloma
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  • Adenovirus
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  • HIV
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  • Ev.71 -hand, foot and mouth disease
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  • Malaria
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