How mosquitoes are genetically engineered to carry the Zika virus
A genetic code chart showing the genetic structure of the mosquito’s genome has been discovered in Brazil.
Researchers from the University of São Paulo say they have discovered the genetic information in the mosquito genome, which has been altered by the Zika mosquito virus.
The researchers say that if it is used for research purposes it will help to improve our understanding of the virus and the disease that caused the birth of the Zika outbreak.
The mosquito genome was discovered by researchers at the university.
It was recently reported by the journal Science.
Brazil’s President, Michel Temer, says the study shows that there is a strong link between the Zika epidemic and changes to the mosquito DNA.
He says Brazil is one of the most important countries in Latin America, and this study shows how the Zika infection is linked to the genetic changes to mosquito DNA, a major finding.