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#1 Nizeyi, J., Taha, N. Adrenal gland response of three individuals in Mubale mountain gorilla family to specific stressors in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, South-Western Uganda
#2 Giita, S., Nizeyi, J. Antibiotic resistance of selected enteric bacteria isolates from mountain gorillas, domestic ruminants and humans in a shared environment of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, South-Western Uganda
#3 Breuer, T., Gale, L. Mass fruiting and increased contact rate in western gorillas, implications for disease transmission
#4 Michael Muehlenbein Parasitological surveys of wild primate populations: Field, laboratory and other important methodological considerations
#5 Breuer, T., Stokes, E. Coprophagy in western gorillas, implications for disease transmission
#6 Bernhard Ehlers Novel primate herpesviruses
#7 Fujita, S., Asaoka, K. Monitoring health status by using non-invasive sampling methods in wild chimpanzees
#8 Kaur, T., Singh, J. Cyberchimp: Health surveys from fieldsite to website
#9 Michael Reid A preliminary report on the prevalence of Malaria in wild born, ex-captive Bornean orangutans during the dry season in central Kalimantan, Indonesia
#10 Ludwig Siefert Prevention and / or cure as conceptual approach to non-human primate health?
#11 Ludwig Siefert A simple field test for detection of fecal ape parasites
#12 Tsukamoto, S., Skinner, M. Linking moisture and disease cycles to seasonally episodic disturbances of enamel formation in the bonobo
#13 van Bolhuis, G. Field comparison of a gamma-interferon assay intradermal tuberculin test and immunochromatographic assay for testing tuberculosis in orangutans
#14 Vernon Reynolds Budongo health procedures
#15 Hashimoto Chie The risk of disease transmission in the Kalinzu Forest, Uganda
#16 Takeshi Furuichi Control of human-bonobo contact of Wamba, D.R. Congo
#17 Nitsche, A., Ellerbrok, H., Pauli, G. Real-time PCR Detection of Orthopox Virus DNA and Identification of Variola Virus by Melting Analysis
   
 
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