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Journal of Medical Primatology (1980) 9 (1-2): 88–94.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
...Diane W. Taylor; Wasim A. Siddiqui Subpopulations of Aotus trivirgatus lymphocytes can be differentiated by the technique of rosette formation. Owl monkey B cells can be identified by erythrocyteantibody-complement (EAC) rosette formation, since over 90% of EAC rosette-forming cells(RFC) have...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1980) 9 (1-2): 76–82.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
.... In general,New World primates (wooly, spider, colobus, capuchin and owl monkeys) had a greater number of EAC rosette-forming cells (30-44%) than did Old World monkeys(baboons, gibbons, rhesus, cynomolgus, pigtailed, stumptailed and Japanese macaques)(22-30%). All possessed lymphocytes capable of forming...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1972) 1 (5): 326–332.
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...J.H. Peters; C.C. Smith Levels of amino acids and related compounds were determined in plasma from 6 female and 4 male adult fasting owl monkeys. High levels of aspartic acid and no asparagine were found. Activities of L-asparaginase in plasma were comparable to those previously found in plasma...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1974) 3 (1): 27–40.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
...R.H. Neubauer; W.C. Wallen; H. Rabin; G.R. Pearson; D.V. Ablashi Examination of owl monkeys with Herpesvirus saimiri (HVS) infections failed to reveal site of active viral replication. Virus was readily rescued by cocultivation from many tissues; however, infectious virus or viral antigens were...
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