JavaScript shadow dom - know when dom is rendered/changed

I am writing a chrome extension that modifies elements properties as a page is loaded or changes.

I do this using a Mutation Observer. However the observer's handler is not called when shadow-dom (ie, embedded twitter posts) are loaded/changed.

Is there a way to get an event when shadow-dom is loaded/changes or to hook a mutation observer to it ?

Thanks!

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