GM mosquitoes deployed to control Asia's dengue fever

GM mosquitoes deployed to control Asia's dengue fever

Bentong : Malaysia | Jan 26, 2011 at 4:15 PM PST
Source: The independent
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Last year Oxitec carried out a much larger field trial in the Cayman Islands involving the release of about 3 million GM male mosquitoes A genetically modified mosquito carrying an artificial fragment of DNA designed to curb the insect's fertility has been released for the first time in south-east... FULL ARTICLE AT The independent
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