Africa: GM Bacteria ‘Could Eliminate’ Sleeping Sickness
September 29, 2013 Editor 0
[SciDev.Net]Releasing tsetse flies that carry genetically modified bacteria resistant to the parasite that causes sleeping sickness could eliminate the disease in Africa under certain conditions, a modelling study has shown.
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