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Revival of 50,000-Year-Old Gene Reveals How Deadliest Malaria Parasite Jumped From Gorillas to Humans

News   Oct 15, 2019 | By Molly Campbell, Science Writer, Technology Networks

 
Revival of 50,000-Year-Old Gene Reveals How Deadliest Malaria Parasite Jumped From Gorillas to Humans

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