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Journal of Medical Primatology (1979) 8 (3): 187–191.
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...Michael I. Siegel; Deborah Sadler Rates of growth of the premaxilla in baboons, which have undergone removal of the nasal septum, and unoperated controls are compared using X-ray cephalometric analysis and direct measures. It is found that our X-ray analysis without the use of metallic implants...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1980) 9 (3): 185–188.
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...A.G. Rico; P. Bénard; V. Burgat-Sacaz; J.P. Braun Tissue distribution of non solubilized gamma-glutamyl transferase (GGT) was studied in eight baboons and ten macaques. In both, GGT is mainly in kidney, pancreas and liver. This tissue distribution of GGT is roughly similar to that observed in man...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1979) 8 (5): 289–297.
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...Maija Skangalis; Christine E. Swenson; C. James Mahoney; William M. O'Leary The microbial flora of the upper vagina and cervix was examined in 38 adult baboons at various stages of the menstrual cycle. The mean number of different species isolated from each baboon was 9.5, with species...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1975) 4 (1): 1–7.
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... or of their effectiveness, quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Babesia-like Entopolypoides Hepatocystis Baboon J. med. Primatol...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1975) 4 (5): 308–319.
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...Carol F. Phillips; Armando A. Nicolalde; Sidney K. Wolfson jr. Seventeen biochemical parameters were measured in the venous and arterial blood of normal adolescent baboons (P. cynocephalusjanubis) under normothermic sedation and normothermic and hypothermic anesthesia. Statistical comparisons...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1975) 4 (2): 70–82.
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...J.C.S. Kim; S.S. Kalter Pulmonary acariasis is one of the important and more frequently observed spontaneously occurring diseases in African baboons (Papio sp.). It has been found more frequently in baboons in their native habitat than in those in captivity. Prevalence also varies with the sites...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1976) 5 (5): 312–316.
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...Carol A. Baker; Andrew G. Hendrickx Antenatal determination of sex in the baboon was performed by evaluating the percentage of sex chromatin bodies present in the epithelial cells of amniotic fluid obtained during or immediately following cesarean section. Female sex chromatin patterns revealed...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1976) 5 (6): 345–352.
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...W.A. Reid; M.J. Reardon Tetrathyridia of Mesocestoides sp. were recovered from three wild-captured African baboons. Active larvae were administered orally to laboratory-reared dogs, cats,rats and mice. Development in canine hosts was rapid and a high percentage of mature intact worms was recovered...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1978) 7 (1): 8–18.
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...H. Vergnes; Y. Cambefort; M. Gherardi Variants of some erythrocyte and serum enzymes have been studied among several blood samples of Guinea baboon (Papio papio). Variation occurred in two red cell enzymes, G6PD and NADH diaphorase, and in serum esterase. All studied animals had a complete...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1979) 8 (2): 122–127.
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..., instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Baboon Facial growth Nasal septum Surgery 1605516 J. med. Primatol. 8: 122-127 (1979) A Longitudinal Study of Facial Growth in Papio cynocephalus after Resection of the Cartilagenous Nasal Septum Michaeli. Siegel1 Department...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1979) 8 (2): 69–78.
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... or baboons. After four months, gnotobiotic chimpanzees exceeded their conventional counterparts in weight gain,whereas conventional baboons showed higher weight gain than gnotobiotic baboons. Gnotobiotic chimpanzees and baboons had significantly lower absolute numbers of neutrophils than their conventional...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1972) 1 (3): 132–141.
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... among the species, these should be considered in choosing an animal model to simulate man. We have chosen the baboon because of its closest similarity to man,ready availability, hardiness, and increasing utility in medical and surgical research. 11 8 2017 1972 Copyright / Drug Dosage...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1972) 1 (2): 75–85.
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...James E. Hamner III; O.M. Reed 12 baboons were divided into 2 groups; 5 received the basic betel quid in a surgically-created buccal mucosal pouch, and 7 had Indian tobacco added to the quid. Calcium hydroxide, coupled with a basic protein deficiency induced in the animals, served to condition...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1972) 1 (6): 363–373.
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...M. Brack; J.J. McPhaul jr.; R.T. Damian; S.S. Kalter Histopathological and immunohistochemical studies of the kidneys of 18 ‘normal’ captive baboons (Papio cynocephalus)revealed that, with increasing age, spontaneously occurring glomerular lesions tended to increase. They ranged from focal...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1982) 11 (2): 91–105.
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...John J. Vecchione; Anthony J. Melaragno; Barbara J. Weiblen; James A.E. Halkett; Alan D. Callow; C. Robert Valeri Repeated intravenous infusions of radioiodinated human albumin and human fibrinogen into normal healthy baboons over a six- to twelve-month period were used for measurements of plasma...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1974) 3 (3): 153–163.
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...C.S. Lieber; L.M. DeCarli A model has been developed for the administration to the baboon of ethanol as part of a nutritionally adequate liquid diet. With this regimen, all animals maintained their weight, and liver morphology was normal in the controls. Isocaloric substitution of carbohydrate (50...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1973) 2 (5): 308–312.
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...B.J. Burgess; G.H. Vos; B.G. Grobbelaar Lymphocytes from humans, baboons and vervet monkeys were examined for their stimulatory activity in culture media supplemented with autologous or heterologous serum. The presence of human serum induced a greater intensity of lymphocyte transformation among...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1973) 2 (5): 296–301.
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...Irving Dardik; Herbert Dardik Human umbilical cord vein was employed as an arterial substitute for the infrarenal aorta in baboons. The veins were found patent at the time of removal, three days to eight weeks after implantation. Formation of aneurysms occurred in grafts implanted three weeks...