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Evolving the world's most dangerous animal

By David Weetman and Christopher S. Clarkson


The devastating consequences of malaria are well known but many mysteries remain about its key protagonists, a handful of Anopheles species. New work provides a framework for solving such puzzles, by generation and analysis of whole genome assemblies for 16 Anopheles species, with genomic flexibility a key emergent theme

Topics: qu_470, qu_475, qx_515, wc_750
Publisher: 'Elsevier BV'
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.1016/
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