Yes, scientists have been conducting research to see if genetically engineered mosquitos that carry vaccines can help stop the spread of diseases such as malaria. Scientists in Japan engineered an insect “producing a natural vaccine protein in its saliva which is injected into the bloodstream when it bites.” This engineered mosquito carries a vaccine against a potentially fatal parasite disease called Leishmania, which can be contracted from sand flies. Therefore, this is a good concept to try to get rid of diseases that spread from insects and other bugs.
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