Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, July 11th, 2000
Their approach, reported in the June 30 issue of Science, may pave the way for better anti-malarial, transmission-blocking vaccines, and engineered mosquitoes that are resistant to malaria.
Malaria remains one of the most devastating public health menaces in the world today, killing more than one million people a year. Nevertheless, scientists know very little about how mosquitoes carry the disease and transmit it from person to person, largely because the insects are difficult...
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