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Kersey, David C., Aitken-Palmer, Copper, Rivera, Sam, Willis, Erin L., Liu, Yu Liang and Snyder, Rebecca J. 2015. The birth of a giant panda: tracking the biological factors that successfully contribute to conception through to post-natal development. Theriogenology, doi:10.1016/j.theriogenology.2015.10.005

Nájera, Fernando, Brown, Janine L., Kaufman, Krystle, Schwartz, Rick, Goodrowe, Karen, Asaithanmakul, Wisit, Aitken-Palmer, Copper, Kongprom, Urarikha, Wildt, David E. and Bush, Mitchell. 2014. Swimmer Syndrome in a Clouded Leopard (Neofelis Nebulosa) Cub. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, 45(2): 386-388. doi:10.1638/2012-0289R2.1

Warren, Joshua D., Aitken-Palmer, Copper and Citino, Scott B. 2014. Critical care for a hypothermic and hypoglycemic white rhinoceros (ceratotherium simum simum) calf. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, 45(3): 650-653. doi:10.1638/2013-0086R1.1

Aitken-Palmer, Copper, Hou, Rong, Burrell, Caitlin, Zhang, Zhihe, Wang, Chengdong, Spindler, Rebecca, Wildt, David E., Ottinger, Mary Ann and Howard, JoGayle. 2012. Protracted Reproductive Seasonality in the Male Giant Panda (Ailuropoda Melanoleuca) Reflected by Patterns in Androgen Profiles, Ejaculate Characteristics, and Selected Behaviors. Biology of reproduction, 86(6): 195 doi:10.1095/biolreprod.112.099044