rhesus macaque


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rhesus macaque

[′rē·səs mə′kak]
(vertebrate zoology)
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The new study is the first to characterise normal brain growth of one millilitre per 1.87 years in rhesus macaques in late adolescence and early adulthood.
Four female rhesus macaques from China (R1, R2, R3, and R4) and 4 female cynomolgus macaques from Cambodia (C1, C2, C3, and C4), age range 8.5-9.3 years, were individually housed during the intravaginal inoculation experiment.
To the best of our knowledge, this is the first report regarding the rhesus macaque monkey ( M.
However, the current research demonstrated that for reasons yet unknown, chimeric animals can only develop from totipotent cells in a higher animal model: the rhesus macaque. OHSU showed this to be the case by successfully producing the world's first primate chimeric offspring, three baby rhesus macaques named Roku, Hex and Chimera.
Endometriosis and a paraovarian cyst in a rhesus macaque. Vet.
We obtained 15 pregnant rhesus macaque monkeys from the California National Primate Research Center breeding colony and assigned them to three different treatment groups: animals to be exposed to filtered air, those to receive both prenatal and postnatal ETS exposure, and those to receive postnatal exposure only.
Stuart Meyers and Ina Dobrinski, veterinary school scientists at the University of California, Davis, and the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, respectively, took small tissue fragments--less than one millimeter in diameter--from the testicles of sexually immature rhesus macaque monkeys and grafted the fragments onto the backs of male mice.
Blair Drummond Safari Park, near Stirling, were forced to kill 89 rhesus macaque monkeys after they were found with traces of the deadly simian herpes B virus.
But Tetra, a bright-eyed rhesus macaque, was not made by the same method that produced Dolly the sheep.
Summary: Washington (USA) Dec 15 (ANI): Turns out, world's oldest monkeys -- the Rhesus macaque -- could be prompted to produce neutralizing antibodies against one strain of HIV that resembles the resilient viral form that most commonly infects people.
Police identified the animal accused of taking the child as a rhesus macaque, or Macaca mulatta, a species of monkey with a reddish-pink face with dusty-brown fur.
The researchers detected tiny lesions that the bacterium leaves in mouse, rhesus macaque and human autopsy tissue samples, said the study appeared in the journal PLoS Pathogen.