How Did Malaria Originate?

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Malaria originated from West Africa from homozygous alleles. Recent molecular studies have found that human malaria parasites obviously jumped onto humans from apes, through the bites of vector mosquitoes. With time, malaria then spread across African countries and across the other continents.
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