Monthly Archives: April 2015

Keeping pace with changing parasite genetics

Malaria parasites adapt at a frightening rate. To mark World Malaria Day on 25 April 2015, Roberto Amato describes a new global collaboration that has compiled the largest collection of open access P. falciparum genomes and is using this resource … Continue reading

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The genetic roots of modern America

George Busby describes the findings of a recent international study of genetically mixed populations in North and South America Ten thousand years after the first Americans spread into the continent by a northern route from Asia, explorers from western European … Continue reading

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