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$1.9M Grant Enables Study of Mosquito Virus as a Genetic Lab Tool, Malaria Biocontrol

News   Aug 24, 2017 | Original story from Penn State

 
$1.9M Grant Enables Study of Mosquito Virus as a Genetic Lab Tool, Malaria Biocontrol

An Anopheles gambiae mosquito infected with AgDNV (virus) expressing green fluorescent protein. Image: Jason Rasgon lab

 
 
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