Researchers inject Wolbachia bacteria into eggs of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes and release hatched insects to infect others, as infection blocks the mosquitoes’ ability to spread viruses such as dengue or Zika. A new pilot study of six release sites in Malaysia reported a 40% reduction in dengue cases.

Researchers inject Wolbachia bacteria into eggs of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes and release hatched insects to infect others, as infection blocks the mosquitoes’ ability to spread viruses such as dengue or Zika. A new pilot study of six release sites in Malaysia reported a 40% reduction in dengue cases.
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