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Newly discovered parasitic fungus blocks malaria infecting mosquitoes

A newly discovered microbe identified in wild mosquito populations in Kenya has been found to protect the insects from malaria infection and could be recruited for malaria control strategies to limit transmission of the disease into human populations.
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