'Malaria hypothesis' supported by sickle cell gene proliferation chart
from Medical Daily
Scientists and researchers at the Oxford University supported by the KEMRI-Wellcome Trust have jointly compiled a comprehensive map presenting the incidence of the sickle cell gene globally. Global data shows that, the sickle cell gene is predominantly found in regions of high incidences of malaria. This provides ecological support to the supposition that the potentially lethal gene, does not diminish by the process of natural selection by protecting against malaria.
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