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  • A vacuum tube holds a blood-fed strain of Aedes aegypti mosquito in place under a microscope in a research lab insectary in the Hanson Biomedical Sciences Building at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on May 17, 2016. 
    Jeff Miller/UW-Madison
    A vacuum tube holds a blood-fed strain of Aedes aegypti mosquito in place under a microscope in a research lab insectary in the Hanson Biomedical Sciences Building at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on May 17, 2016. 
  • A paper towel containing an estimated 10,000 dried eggs for a strain of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes is stored in a research lab insectary in the Hanson Biomedical Sciences Building at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on May 17, 2016.
    Jeff Miller/UW-Madison
    A paper towel containing an estimated 10,000 dried eggs for a strain of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes is stored in a research lab insectary in the Hanson Biomedical Sciences Building at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on May 17, 2016.




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