Study Suggests Malaria Resistance Variants Have Comparable Role in Different Parts of Primate Lineage

A team of scientists from Duke University and the Institute of Primate Research at the National Museums of Kenya reported in Nature today that resistance to malarial parasites and related pests apparently arose in a similar manner in humans and baboons.

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