Nagoya forensic scientists recover human DNA from mosquitos

Nagoya, Japan – Most people would agree that painful mosquito bites are an especially annoying part of summer. Except perhaps forensic scientists, who can examine human blood from a mosquito’s stomach and match the DNA to determine who was bitten. This …
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