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Yale researchers take important step toward curbing the threat posed by tsetse fly

03:04 EST 3 Feb 2020 | News-Medical.net

When an infected tsetse fly bites humans or other mammals to feed on their blood, microscopic parasites (African trypanosomes) in the fly's saliva are transferred. The unfortunate recipient of the bite, once infected, often faces severe health consequences, even death.

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