Bacteria thwarts mosquitoes' ability to carry malaria parasite

05/10/2013 | National Public Radio · Nature (free content)

Malaria transmission could be reduced by mosquitoes infected with Wolbachia bacteria, say Michigan State University researchers. The bacteria hinders the insects' ability to carry the malaria parasite, lowering the chance of transmitting the agent to humans.

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