Study provides clue on behavior of malaria-carrying parasites

05/19/2010 | Google

A new study discovered that malaria-carrying parasites have the ability to sense a threat and are able to change their behavior in order to survive. The finding could help explain the mechanism behind drug-resistant malaria and improve management of the disease.

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