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We're a step closer to figuring out why mosquitoes bite some people and not others

By Madelien Wooding, Chromatographic Officer and Researcher, University of Pretoria
Yvette Naude, Manager: Chromatography Mass Spectrometry, University of Pretoria
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There is a chemical skin surface difference between individuals who perceived themselves as being attractive for mosquitoes and those that weren't.

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