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I sayyy.... Kiss my hand

I sayyy.... Kiss my hand ! . . *in my head* That's it! Love Mee , your beloved hooman You LITTLE FLUFF ! I am YOUR MASTAAH ! . . . *** Purr purrr . *in his head* nahh enough for me, hooman now give me foooddd . . You annoying . #poecipoe . . . #master #notyourslave #cat #kucinglucu #belovedcat #catvideo #katze #kat #catbelly #kucing #fatcat #kitty #catdaily #pet #cats #catlover #catlovers #instacat #catsofinstagram #sleepycat #lazycat #kucing #lovecat #cutecat #ilovemycat #neko #meandmycat #sleepycat #ilovecats #dailycat #fluffy

La collection de fou mala

La collection de fou malade ! On a reu les #minitriplos de notre belle @celine_bzn . Merci milles fois notre @luna_e.papillon pour le concours, on adore le baleino (il ressemble Icetea ) ! Si vous ne conaissez pas encore ces mignonneries, foncer sur le lien dans la bio de Cline . ________________________ #catsofinstagram #ilovemycat #excellent_cats #instacat #igcutest_animals #lovecats #catoftheday #bestmeow #cat_features #animallovers #catofworld #orangecat #caturday #catslover # #gatto #igmeows #meow #instacat_meows #katze #cats_of_world #meow_beauties #animal #bestcats_oftheworld #instagramcats #catsagram #meowdel_feature #featurecatmeows #catsofig ________________________

Mein kleiner Kuschelbr
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Mein kleiner Kuschelbr Am liebsten kuschelt er auf meinem Bauch oder auf/an meinem Arm. Oder aber eine Pfote hngt ber meinem Arm und dann inklusive kleiner Stupsnase und rausgestreckter Zunge auf dem Arm #typischkatze Ach ich liebe diesen kleinen flauschigen Tiger einfach so sehr #katze #cat #catlover #katzenliebe #kleinerkuschelbr #kleinertiger #flauschibauschi #flauschig #flauschball #diesekatze #sorrykater #ilovehim #kleinerschatz #kuscheln #cuddling #tattooedgirl #tattooedgirls #tattoodone #tattoo #tattooedarm #catslovetattoos

An extract on #katze

In 1971, Katze graduated from Boston University with his B.A. in biology. Initially, he was interested in dentistry, but after his first year of dental school at the University of Pennsylvania, Katze decided to take his career a different direction. Later, when Katze was working as a Research Assistant at the University of Pennsylvania and, simultaneously, at the Wistar Institute, he discovered his passion for virology. He attended graduate school at Hahnemann University, where he earned his Ph.D. in Microbiology and Immunology in 1980. From 1980 to 1982, he completed a post-doc in virology at the University of Uppsala in Uppsala, Sweden.

Katze is a world leader in the application of systems biology approaches to research on host-virus interactions and the host's innate immune response. He is a dynamic force in the world of infectious disease research, bringing methods as diverse as high-throughput genome sequencing, animal and computational models, and systems biology approaches to bear on multifaceted problems in virology and immunology. Katze, with the help of his team of about 35 members, has authored over 300 papers and reviews predominantly related to the use of high-throughput and computational methods. His research concerns a broad variety of viral pathogens, including Ebola virus, highly pathogenic influenza viruses, MERS coronavirus, as well as human and simian immunodeficiency viruses (HIV and SIV). In particular, Katze and his team are leaders in the use of genome analysis with non-human primate, ferret, and Syrian hamster models to address the variety of outcomes of virus-host interaction. Much of this research is geared toward understanding how viruses cause illness and how to minimize the impact of such pathogens on public health. Until his recent dismissal, Katze was a Professor of Microbiology and an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Bioengineering at the University of Washington. He also was a Core Staff Scientist and Associate Director at the Washington National Primate Research Center (WaNPRC). In the past, Katze held Research Assistant positions at the University of Pennsylvania and the Wistar Institute in Philadelphia, PA. He was also a Research Associate and an Assistant Member at the Sloan-Kettering Institute in New York, NY. From 1996 to 1999, he was a Member of the Experimental Virology Study Section of the Nation Institutes of Health (NIH).

In January 2016, an internal investigation by the university found that Katze had violated the school's sexual harassment policies in his relationships with two female employees; a related investigation by Washington's medical school found that he had diverted university resources for personal gain and recommended an audit. The administration, which had prohibited him from working in the lab on campus the year before, suspended his tenure rights but continued paying him. Katze had sued both the university and BuzzFeed to prevent release of the details, which the latter reported on in June. According to the site and the legal papers, he had apparently hired the two women at higher salaries than their positions usually carried at UW, and further lavished them with cash and gifts in response for sexual favors and other personal services unrelated to the lab such as posting personal ads for him on Craigslist and soliciting prostitutes for him. At that time, the university was considering whether to fire him or not. In August 2017, Katze was fired by the Unversity of Washington.

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