October 2019

// Busbys Flat fire burns Koala colony
// Port Macquarie Koala Hospital multi-million dollar redevelopment
// Important Koala Colonies Destroyed In NSW Fires
// Koala Immune Response to Genome-Inserting Retroviruses Identified
// Koala retrovirus leads scientists to discover 'second immune system'
// Who will rescue endangered animals at risk of dying from bushfires?
// Longleat koalas aid disease research breakthrough
// What a Koala Virus Tells Us about the Human Genome
// Longleat koalas at centre of genetic breakthrough to save species
// Sperm and egg cell 'immune response' protects koala DNA
// Kempsey Shire Council is asking locals to report any koala sightings
// New koala home to be grown with recycled water
// Gunnedah koala park to be built on Oxley Highway
// Chlamydia-free koalas' proposed national park under threat with housing development go-ahead
// piRNAs make sense of retroviral invaders
// ‘Koala AIDS’ research reveals genome evolution in action
// KILLING THEM SOFTLY WITH OUR SONG … NEGATIVE IMPLICATIONS AND OUTCOMES ARISING FROM THE MANAGEMENT OF DISEASE IN PERI-URBAN KOALAS.
// A BIRD IN THE HAND…. COMING TO GRIPS WITH THE CONCEPT & COMPONENTS OF KOALA SOURCE POPULATIONS
// DNA test rapidly diagnoses chlamydia infection in koalas
// Koala breeding hub at Tomaree
// Picton Road koala fencing complete
// A nutritional mechanism underpinning folivore occurrence in disturbed forests

September 2019

// REFERENCE INTERVALS FOR ACUTE PHASE PROTEINS FOR KOALAS (PHASCOLARCTOS CINEREUS) AT THE SAN DIEGO ZOO
// A large-scale automated radio telemetry network for monitoring movements of terrestrial wildlife in Australia
// Antibiotic treatment of Chlamydia-induced cystitis in the koala is linked to expression of key inflammatory genes in reactive oxygen pathways
// Longitudinal study of wild koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) reveals chlamydial disease progression in two thirds of infected animals
// Coinfection with koala retrovirus subtypes A and B and its impact on captive koalas in Japanese zoos
// Using the Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) as a Case Study to Illustrate the Development of Artificial Breeding Technology in Marsupials: an Update
// Gunnedah koalas drinking water regularly is good news for health
// Vast database on Campbelltown's koalas shared

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