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Engineering Bugs, Resurrecting Species: The Wild World of Synthetic Biology for Conservation

10:00 EST 2 Feb 2020 | Sinngularityhub

Imagine a world where a mosquito bite is just an itchy annoyance. No malaria. No dengue fever. Last month, scientists announced they had taken one more step toward that vision. A paper in the journal PLOS Pathogens described how they synthetically engineered mosquitoes to stop the spread of dengue fever, a viral tropical disease that […]

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