Scientists decode genome of deadly mosquito

05/17/2007 | Reuters

Researchers published the genome of the mosquito that spreads yellow and dengue fever, and found its genome is five times larger than mosquitoes carrying malaria's parasite. Scientists said the genome could lead to development of insecticides or the creation of biotech mosquitoes that cannot transmit the yellow and dengue fever viruses.

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