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Journal of Medical Primatology (1976) 5 (3): 176–185.
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... 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. Saimiri sciureus ovulation induction housing squirrel monkey Short Papers J. med. Primatol. 5: 176-185 (1976...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1977) 6 (3): 176–180.
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...Donald H. Horstman; L.E. Banderet Normal acid-base status of arterial blood (pH(a) = 7.40, P(a)C0(2) = 38.1 Torr)was demonstrated for conscious, restrained squirrel monkeys when environmental stimuli were minimized and monkeys were habituated to experimental procedures. These results indicate...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1977) 6 (3): 181–185.
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...M.I. Wilson Observations of six female squirrel monkeys, Saimiri sciureus, indicate that the appearance of the external genitalia is hormone-dependent. Estradiol benzoate induced opening of the vagina, swelling of the labia, enlargement of urethral papilla, and copious discharge of thick white...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1977) 6 (4): 251–256.
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... malignant lymphoma in a primate of this species. The speculation is put forth that the reported tumor is probably the first known example of the long sought after correlate of squirrel monkeys to Burkitt lymphoma in man. 11 8 2017 1977 Copyright / Drug Dosage / Disclaimer Copyright: All...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1979) 8 (1): 29–38.
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... eight days. Pregnancy evaluation (mouse bioassay) indicated a high level of resorptions within the first 50 days of gestation. This may help explain the low birthrates reported for other nonhabituated colonies. 1605503 J. med. Primatol. 8: 29-38 (1979) Studies with Timed-Pregnant Squirrel Monkeys...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1981) 10 (2-3): 136–140.
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...Makoto Igarashi; Joel K. Levy An advanced perceptual-locomotor balance function (measured by the squirrel monkey rail test) was compared between squirrel monkeys with tails of different lengths (due to injuries) and normatives. The short-tailed monkeys demonstrated difficulties in performing...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1981) 10 (2-3): 187–188.
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...Richard J. Brown; John M. Hardman; Matthew Kessler A case of communicating hydrocephalus in a squirrel monkey is described. Shortly after birth it exhibited systemic twitching and severe depression. Grossly there was a wide dilation of lateral ventricles. Microscopically there was subependymal...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1973) 2 (3-4): 218–222.
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.... The present study shows the effects of embalming on thoracic stiffness and the relative differences in chest stiffness in squirrel and rhesus monkeys, baboons and chimpanzees. Key Words Thoracic compliance Automobile accidents Impact Squirrel monkey Rhesus monkey Baboon Chimpanzee Introduction Previous...
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Journal of Medical Primatology (1980) 9 (3): 169–184.
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...Kathleen M. Rasmussen; Shirley W. Thenen; K.C. Hayes Supplementation of squirrel monkeys with folic acid improved hematologic and folate status, maternal weight gain during pregnancy, and infant birth weight. Thus the folate content in the stock diet (1.4 ug/g) did not meet the requirement...
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