Injecting bacteria into mosquitoes prevents dengue transmission

08/25/2011 | Reuters

Two Australian studies published in the journal Nature found that injecting the Wolbachia bacteria into Aedes aegypti mosquitoes prevented them from acquiring and transmitting the dengue virus. The bacteria were also passed on to the mosquitoes' offspring.

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