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Roth, T.; Philpott, M.; Wojtusik, J., 2022. Rhinoceros serum labile plasma iron and associated redox potential: interspecific variation, sex bias, and iron overload disorder disconnect. Conservation Physiology 10 (1) coac025: 1-10, 5 figures, 1 table, https://doi:10./1093/conphys/coac025

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Roth, T., 2022. New American Institute of Rhinoceros Science focused on saving rhinos. Connect (AZA) January: 11, 1 image

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Roth, T.; Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry; Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, 2022. Sumatran rhino born 10,000 miles away has Cincinnati roots. Connect (AZA) July: 8, 2 images

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Wojtusik, J.; Curry, E.; Roth, T.L., 2021. Rhinoceros serum microRNAs: identification, characterization, and evaluation of potential iron overload biomarkers. Frontiers in Veterinary Science 8:711576: 1-9 - doi.org/10.3389/fvets.2021.711576

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Lindner Center for Conservation and Research of Endangered Wildlife; Roth, T., 2021. American Institute of Rhinoceros Science (AlRS): A model for saving species with science ex situ. CREW Review 2021 (Fall): 6-7

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Pollock, K.E.; O'Brien, J.K.; Roth, T.L.; Proudfoot, J.; Niederlander, J.; Micheas, L.; Robeck, T.R.; Stoops, M.A., 2020. Anti-Müllerian hormone in managed African and Asian rhino species. General and Comparative Endocrinology 294 (113487): 1-9

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Roth, T., 2020. Painting the rhino sperm red. CREW Review 2020 (Fall): 3

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Wojtusik, J.; Stoops, M.A.; Roth, T.L., 2019. Animal protein-free OptiXcell and shortened equilibration periods can replace egg yolk-based extender and slow cooling for rhinoceros semen cryopreservation. Cryobiology 89: 21-25

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Roth, T.L.; Switzer, A.; Watanabe-Chailland, M.; Bik, E.M.; Relman, D.A.; Romick-Rosendale, L.E.; Ollberding, N.J., 2019. Reduced gut microbiome diversity and metabolome differences in rhinoceros species at risk for Iron Overload Disorder. Frontiers in Microbiology 10 (2291): 1-15

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Roth, T.L.; Schook, M.W.; Stoops, M.R., 2018. Monitoring and controlling ovarian function in the rhinoceros. Theriogenology 109: 48-57

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Mays Jr., H.L.; Chih-Ming Hung; Shaner, P.J.; Denvir, J.; Justice, M.; Shang-Fang Yang; Roth, T.L.; Oehler, D.A.; Jun Fan; Rekulapally, S.; Primerano, D.A., 2018. Genomic analysis of demographic history and ecological niche modeling in the endangered Sumatran Rhinoceros Dicerorhinus sumatrensis. Current Biology 28 (1): 70.76, dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2017.11.021

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Mays, H.L.; Hung, C.M.; Shaner, P.J.; Denvir, J.; Justice, M.; Yang, S.F.; Roth, T.L.; Oehler, D.A.; Jun Fan; Rekulapally, S.; Primerano, D.A., 2018. Genomic analysis of demographic history and ecological niche modeling in the endangered Sumatran Rhinoceros Dicerorhinus sumatrensis. Current Biology 28 (1): 70-76.e4

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Stoops, M.R.; Winget, G.D.; DeChant, C.J.; Ball, R.L.; Roth, T.L., 2018. Early fetal sexing in the rhinoceros by detection of male-specific genes in maternal serum. Molecular Reproduction & Development 85 (3): 197-204

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Wojtusik, J.; Roth, T.L., 2018. Investigation of factors potentially associated with serum ferritin concentrations in the black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) using a validated rhinoceros-specific assay. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 49 (2): 297-306

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Wojtusik, J.; Stoops, M.A.; Roth, T.L., 2018. Comparison of soy lecithin, coconut water, and coconut milk as substitutes for egg-yolk in semen cryodiluent for black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) and Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis). Theriogenology 121: 72-77 - https://doi.org/10.1016/j.theriogenology.2018.07.042

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