Southeast Asians Had Adaptive Genetic Resistance Capacity against Malaria 7000 Years Ago: New Study

In the 21st Century, malaria has affected around 8 million population in Southeast Asia. The presence of parasitic disease Malaria in this region has a long history.Researchers have recently found that the ancient people of Pacific and Southeast Asia had a resistance capacity against Malaria around 7000 years ago. It was happened due to evolutionary …

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