In this May 17, 2016, photo provided by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Matthew Aliota, assistant scientist in the Department of Pathobiological Sciences in the School of Veterinary Medicine, works with a strain of Aedes aegypti mosquito in a research lab insectary in the Hanson Biomedical Sciences Building on the campus, in Madison, Wis. Aliota is an expert on mosquito-borne pathogens such as the Zika virus.
In this May 17, 2016, photo provided by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Matthew Aliota, assistant scientist in the Department of Pathobiological Sciences in the School of Veterinary Medicine, works with a strain of Aedes aegypti mosquito in a research lab insectary in the Hanson Biomedical Sciences Building on the campus, in Madison, Wis. Aliota is an expert on mosquito-borne pathogens such as the Zika virus. Jeff Miller AP
In this May 17, 2016, photo provided by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Matthew Aliota, assistant scientist in the Department of Pathobiological Sciences in the School of Veterinary Medicine, works with a strain of Aedes aegypti mosquito in a research lab insectary in the Hanson Biomedical Sciences Building on the campus, in Madison, Wis. Aliota is an expert on mosquito-borne pathogens such as the Zika virus. Jeff Miller AP

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