Advances and opportunities in malaria population genomics

Nature Reviews Genetics
Volume 22 Issue 8, August 2021


Review Article | 08 April 2021
Advances and opportunities in malaria population genomics
In this Review, Neafsey, Taylor and MacInnis discuss how population genomics approaches are currently used to study malaria parasites and mosquito vectors. They explore information that can be derived from such genomics approaches and discuss the use of relatedness-based measures of population variation to understand parasite and vector dynamics at highly resolved spatiotemporal scales.
Daniel E. Neafsey, Aimee R. Taylor, Bronwyn L. MacInnis