Genetic fingerprints track drug-resistant malaria parasites

The following is an excerpt.

New artemisinin-resistant strains of the malaria-causing parasite Plasmodium falciparum are spreading rapidly in Cambodia, an international group of scientists says in a research paper that also reveals how the drug-resistant strains can be identified from their genetic fingerprints.

Read the full article here: Genetic Fingerprints Track Drug-Resistant Malaria Parasites

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