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Defense against malaria, cuckoos, mobile elements, and creationists

Fighting malaria with engineered symbiotic bacteria from vector mosquitoes
"symbiotic bacteria to deliver antimalaria effector molecules to the midgut lumen"

PLoS Biology: The Evolutionary Consequences of Blood-Stage Vaccination on the Rodent Malaria Plasmodium chabaudi
"recombinant blood stage malaria vaccines can drive the evolution of more virulent malaria parasites"

Cuckoos Combat Socially Transmitted Defenses of Reed Warbler Hosts with a Plumage Polymorphism
"social learning is specific to the cuckoo morph that neighbors mob"

Function, Targets, and Evolution of Caenorhabditis elegans piRNAs
evolving defenses against active mobile elements

A complete insect from the Late Devonian period
400 million years ago? Like 400 million years (to three significant digits) before the Earth was created?

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