Study finds genetic changes in 2 strains of malaria mosquito

10/22/2010 | Google

British researchers have discovered that two strains of the malaria-carrying mosquito Anopheles gambiae are showing changes in their genetic structure. "It's important to identify and monitor these hidden genetic changes in mosquitoes if we are to succeed in bringing malaria under control by targeting mosquitoes," a researcher said.

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