FIU Researchers find correlation between blood type and susceptibility to severe malaria

FIU Researchers find correlation between blood type and susceptibility to severe malaria

Globally, an estimated 435,000 deaths were attributed to malaria in 2017. Most malaria deaths are due to severe Plasmodium falciparum infection. Studies have shown that various genetic factors may affect susceptibility to severe P. falciparum infection.

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