Researchers: Bacteria may hold secret to stopping malaria

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Researchers: Bacteria may hold secret to stopping malaria

Science Recorder | James Fluere | Friday, May 10, 2013

Researchers from Michigan State University have discovered that bacteria may be key to stopping malaria. While mosquitoes are extremely good at transmitting diseases, new researchers reveals that they are also equally skillful at helping cure diseases like malaria. Michigan State researchers found that that transmission of malaria via mosquitoes to humans can be stopped by utilizing a strain of the bacteria Wolbachia in the tiny insects... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.

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