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Malaria vaccine candidate from algae

Using malaria protein producing algae researchers were able to elicit antibodies. This potentially cheap and easy method of production could pave the way for inoculating two billion people at risk from the disease. Nice one UC San Diego.
Biologists at the University of California, San Diego have succeeded in engineering algae to produce potential candidates for a vaccine that would prevent transmission of the parasite that causes mala...
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That would be welcome. Malaria as killed more people than all of the wars ever fought combined.
It was a fortunate aspect of DDT. We were on the verge of eradicating the parasitic protozoa plasmodium - along with many bird species ( remember a book called "silent spring"? ) before DDT was banned.
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