Researchers use different approach to attack malaria

06/3/2008 | MSNBC

Eliminating a gene that aids in the reproduction of malaria parasites in mosquitoes might help stop the disease's spread, according to a new international study. The researchers focused on the role of the potassium channels in the parasites and are investigating whether drugs could be used to shut down the pathways.

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