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Genomics Reveal New Clues About the 'Malaria' Mosquito

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Uploaded on Oct 24, 2010

Boston College's DeLuca Professor of Biology Marc A.T. Muskavitch discusses his latest malaria research, published in the journal Science. Muskavitch and an international team of researchers developed the first high-resolution microarray for a vector mosquito, finding 400,000 genes that can be used to learn more about the evolution and adaptation of the mosquito that transmits the deadly malaria parasite.

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