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Bryan King
Baylor Ph.D student in cellular molecular biology and Microbiology studying mosquito diapause by means of gene regulation and parasitic bacterial interactions
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Bryan King Jun 5
Replying to @jessicajbeckman
That’s a very PG version of things I say
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Bryan King Jun 1
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Bryan King May 31
in the Sim I am working with is looking at visualizing male genitalia turnover in using video analysis. Prototype stand to hold said mosquitoes is done. Now to see if it holds up or collapses on me
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Bryan King May 24
Battling unwanted bugs: Baylor faculty do mosquito research
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Prof Peter Hotez MD PhD May 18
confirmed in where their lobby is as strong as in . Similar phony "medical freedom" or "choice" slogans/rhetoric, when in reality they work to deprive children of their human right to be protected from disease. My comments
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Bryan King May 19
Got some nice stains on my ovary and midgut
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Bryan King May 17
Replying to @DCrainium
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Bryan King May 17
Replying to @DCrainium
What's Flipper?
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Bryan King May 17
Replying to @ShlynnBo
Um duh? That's why you nominated me to be recruitment chair for CEGSS haha
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Bryan King May 17
Today I officially submit my first paper of my graduate career 🙌🏻
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Prof Peter Hotez MD PhD May 16
Thanks so much for your comments and insights this evening
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Bryan King May 4
ovary and midgut z stack images
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Bryan King May 2
Mood- Eminem- No more games, I'm a change what you call rage Tear this motherfuckin' roof off like two dogs caged
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Bryan King Apr 29
Replying to @hedavis_msc
That’s always fun. You could always just go and replenish pond water to feed them with tiny things in that/make a micro-gladiator pit to see what lives on. Always the chance to find Tardigrades too. Those are fun to watch swim around
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Bryan King Apr 29
Replying to @hedavis_msc
I’ve never cultured (or tried) amoebae but this may help
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Bryan King Apr 29
Replying to @hedavis_msc
Right! Bacteria and protists and all things microscopic are so interesting. I used to sit for hours playing with magnetotactic bacteria because you can push/pull them with a magnet under a scope. I’m glad I made the switch to mosquitos but I get to do bacteria too which is great
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Bryan King Apr 29
Replying to @hedavis_msc
This was somewhat of a topic I worked on from my previous graduate program. I worked on trying to genetically alter magnetotactic bacteria to utilize and purify out heavy/precious metals out of waste water. It truly is a fascinating topic.
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Bryan King Apr 27
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Bryan King Apr 26
Replying to @BioEdMike
at least it's not baby shark on loop
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Bryan King Apr 25
Nice ovary stains today. All the !
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