1997) used morphed image series of human, rhesus monkey
, and bovine faces to test for categorical perception of the three species' faces.
A controversial 2012 study from the National Institute on Aging found no survival benefit from calorie restriction in their rhesus monkey
The findings, reported September 13 in Nature, run counter to a 2009 study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison that showed a clear survival advantage in a calorie-restricted group of similar rhesus monkeys
Giardia duodenalis, and Enterocytozoon bieneusi were detected in 45, 35, and 116 of 411 free-range rhesus monkeys
, respectively, in a popular public park in the People's Republic of China.
We measured unconjugated and conjugated BPA levels in serum from adult female rhesus monkeys
and adult female mice after oral administration of BPA and compared findings in mice and monkeys with prior published data in women.
This big atlas (12x14") will serve as a visual reference for neuroscientists and primatologists who need to readily identify anatomical structures in the rhesus monkey
It thus appears that this enzyme is involved in the synthesis of pregnenolone and progesterone in villous syncytiotrophoblast which seems to be the major site of steroid hormone synthesis in rhesus monkey
Polish-based Mr Blania-Bolnar claims that a female rhesus monkey
called Imu was actually the pilot of the Laredo Fireball.
Her intuition connects somewhat magically with those Rhesus monkey
clans whose culture-morphology she traces metaphorically: "I'm talking about .
America's first primate astronaut, a rhesus monkey
named Albert, died mid-flight in 1948.
The investigation included the polyomavirus simian virus 40 (SV40), a pathogen recognized to have infected millions of humans who were vaccinated with polio vaccines produced in cultures of rhesus monkey
kidney cells (2,3).
Visitors to the wild animal park in Shenzhen, China, last spring saw a smartly dressed rhesus monkey
pick lice from the feathers of a parrot.