The US may soon become the first nation to approve the commercial use of a common bacterium to fight the spread of diseases such as the Zika virus. The strategy would involve infecting mosquitoes with the bacteria and releasing the males into the environment.The idea, currently being reviewed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), comes from MosquitoMate, a biotechnology startup which hopes to use the Wolbachia pipientis bacteria as a tool against the Asian tiger mosquito (Aedes albopictus), Nature reported. The company's plan involves rearing mosquitoes infected with a particular strain of the bacteria and releasing the males into the environment. If the males mate with females who do not carry the same strain of Wolbachia, any fertilized eggs would not hatch because the paternal chromosomes would not form properly. This, according to MosquitoMate – a company started by researchers at the University of Kentucky – would result in a dwindling mosquito population and consequently less spread of diseases. Way to go EPA to genetically modify mosquitoes to fight genetically modified mosquitoes who carry the ZIKA virus. Really curious what type of disease both these mosquitoes will create when they start fornicating? Every time humans manipulate nature it always tends to create a new super virus, after all messing with nature is how we got ZIKA in the first place. When will people learn that messing with nature never works, and only makes a bad situation worse? You almost have to bet if we would just leave nature alone and take it's course, these viruses and man made viruses like ZIKA would slowly die off. Nope mad scientist involved with the government and United Nations always want to dip their hands in the situation to possibly fix it. Really the real plan behind this is to probably make the problem worse.
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