Researchers Characterize Genomic Variation in Flesh-Eating Disease Parasites | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Two new studies in Genome Research are revealing the genomic diversity — primarily structural and copy number polymorphisms — that exists in Leishmania species, parasites transmitted by sand flies that cause the flesh-eating condition leishmaniasis.

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