Scientists eye genome mapping to help chlamydia-stricken koalas
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Scientists eye genome mapping to help chlamydia-stricken koalas

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Scientists who have mapped the genome of Australia’s symbolic animal, the koala, say it could help them develop better vaccines to treat the animals, who are battling an epidemic of the bacterial disease chlamydia. Read more here!

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