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Journal of Medical Primatology (1977) 6 (6): 337–343.
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... on the remaining five monkeys with increased seizure proneness revealed depressed skull fractures with cortical trauma in fourandaneoplasminone.Presumably,these factors were responsible for the lowered seizure susceptibility to photic stimulation and pentylenetetrazol activation. Rhesus monkey Photic...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1979) 8 (4): 244–251.
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...D.L. Hess; K. Matayoshi; C.A. Baker; A.G. Hendrickx Antenatal sex was correctly identified in 87.5% of the rhesus monkeys studied by evaluation of sex chromatin bodies in the exfoliated cells present in amniotic fluid. Fluid samples were obtained by either amniocentesis, amnioscopy, or by cesarean...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1979) 8 (4): 252–256.
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...Estsuro Uemura; Wallance D. Houser; Carolyn J. Cupp Gross and microscopic features closely resembling those found in Menetrier’s disease in man are described in a 20-month-old rhesus monkey. The gastric lining was characterized by greatly enlarged rugae caused by mucosal hypertrophy and hyperplasia...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1980) 9 (6): 335–342.
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...S. Mehta; C.K. Nain; N.K. Relan; H.K. Kalsi An experimental model of protein-calorie malnutrition (PCM) has been successfully produced in young rhesus monkeys. The model showed close resemblance to the energy kinetics of the brain as observed in human PCM inasmuch as oxygen consumption...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1980) 9 (1-2): 62–70.
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...C.L. Milhaud; M.J. Klein; M.C. Merkel A new restraining chair for rhesus monkeys is described. Its unique value resides in its special design: animal comfort, safety of handling personnel, easy handling,simple construction, light weight, strength, easy maintenance. 11 8 2017 1980...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1980) 9 (1-2): 28–38.
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...J. Comte-Devolx; G. Vuillon-Cacciuttol; E. Balzamo; J. Bert; D. Gambarelli; P. de Micco; J. Tamalet Serial neurologic examinations of six rhesus monkeys inoculated with a strain of kuru revealed complex clinical signs falling into two distinct syndromes. Experimental kuru in the rhesus monkey...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1980) 9 (1-2): 83–87.
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...Wladyslaw W. Socha; Salamia G. Lasano A rhesus monkey family is described in which a group A offspring was born from a group AB mother and a group B male parent. Discovery of A and O genes in rhesus monkeys indicates that this species of macaques is polymorphic for the A-B-0 blood groups...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1980) 9 (1-2): 39–49.
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...C.P. Puri; V. Puri; T.C. Anand Kumar An in vitro bioassay method using Leydig cells from mouse testes has been validated for quantitating luteinizing hormone (LH) in the plasma and cerebrospinal fluid(CSF) of normally menstruating and ovariectomized rhesus monkeys. In all six normally menstruating...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1974) 3 (6): 351–358.
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...Katherine K. Knapp; R.L. Hunter; R.V. Hendrickson; A.G. Hendrickx Plasma proteins from normal and pregnant rhesus monkeys have been examined using two-dimensional gradient acrylamide gel electrophoresis. Histochemical and autoradiographic techniques have been used to identify haptoglobin...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1975) 4 (5): 287–295.
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... virus Rhesus monkey African green monkey Cynomolgus monkey Leukocyte infection J. med. Primatol. 4: 287-295 (1975) 1612989 Isolation of Foamy Virus from Rhesus, African Green and Cynomolgus Monkey Leukocytes Marc D. Feldman, Nicholas R. Dunnick, David W. Barry and Paul D. Parkman US Department...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1975) 4 (5): 296–298.
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...R. Heywood; A.E. Street Aqueous humour of rhesus monkey eye contains lower concentration of glucose and excess of sodium and chloride ions in comparison to constituents of serum of the same animals. J. med. Primatol. 4: 296-298 (1975) 1612990 Biochemical Studies on the Aqueous Humour of Rhesus...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1976) 5 (1): 60–63.
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...Richard M. Harrison Harrison Mid-shaft penile hypospadias was found in an otherwise normal adult male rhesus monkey. Histological examination of the penis supports the conclusion that the condition was congenital and not due to trauma. 11 8 2017 1976 Copyright / Drug Dosage...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1975) 4 (2): 65–69.
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...A.A.M. Gribnau In a rhesus monkey population, 90 matings were performed. Chorionic gonadotropin was extracted from the urine using a modified kaoline-acetone procedure. To diagnose pregnancy, a commercial human immunologic pregnancy test was used. The test method seems to give both a false positive...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1976) 5 (4): 237–246.
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...Wilbur P. McNulty; Donald A. Griffin In 1967-68 rhesus monkeys that had been held in new pens for a month or more developed a chronic disease with high mortality. The principal postmortem findings were focal necrosis of the liver and hyperplasia of bile duct epithelium, invasive gastric mucosal...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1976) 5 (6): 336–344.
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...C.T. Liu; M.J. Griffin; R.T. Faulkner Techniques for measuring changes in body fluid compartments after SEB injection i.v. in conscious rhesus monkeys are described and compared with base line values measured by identical techniques in normal monkeys. Although few changes were observed in body...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1977) 6 (1): 23–32.
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..., but were highest in the tongue, biceps brachii and deltoideus. Adult worms were recovered from the intestine 49 days PI. The morphological changes were essentially similar to those seen in humans and a generalized lymphoid hyperplasia was not observed. Thus, rhesus monkeys develop trichinosis which show...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1977) 6 (4): 237–244.
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...B.L. Geistfeld; M.G. Bond; R.W.St. Clair In this report we describe the development of cholelithiasis in a male rhesus monkey fed a cholesterol-containing diet for 24 months. This represents the only case of cholelithiasis in this species of nonhuman primate that we have observed out...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1978) 7 (1): 1–7.
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...Jeffrey L. Miller; Shirley Gee; Robert I. Krieger; Boris H. Ruebner Closed needle liver biopsy routinely provides 60-100 mg tissue from rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). No mortality or morbidity was observed in over 400 needle biopsies during a two-year period in which some monkeys were biopsied...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1978) 7 (4): 202–212.
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...Mark E. Wilson; Thomas P. Gordon; Irwin S. Bernstein Analysis of six years of birth records (228 potential reproductive years) from 71 female rhesus monkeys, housed in social groups in outdoor compounds, revealed several variables which influenced the reproductive pattern. The timing of conception...