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Recovering Human DNA from Mosquitos

News   Aug 01, 2017 | Original story from Nagoya University

 
Recovering Human DNA from Mosquitos

Caption: Stereomicroscopic images of two mosquito species at taken at different times after feeding on human blood. The upper and lower images respectively show Culex pipiens pallens and Aedes albopictus at different stages of digesting a human blood meal. (a) Unfed, and (b) 0 h, (c) 24 h, and (d) 72 h after-feeding. © Toshimich Yamamoto

 
 
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