detection of simian t-lymphotropic virus type i using the polymerase chain develop the polymerase chain reaction (pcr) for the detection of simian t-lymphotropic virus type i (stlv-i) infection, cell lines or peripheral-blood mononuclear cells (pbmc) from 2 non-human primate species [african green monkeys (agm), cercopithecus aethiops; baboon, papio cynocephalus] were evaluated for their stlv-i status using oligonucleotide primer pairs and probes specific for the tax and pol gene regions of the closely related human t-lymphotropic virus type i (htlv-i). these pcr re ...19921312066
an oro-facial disease 'noma (cancrum oris)' in a japanese monkey (macaca fuscata): clinical signs, clinicopathological features, and response to treatment.a japanese monkey developed severe oro-facial lesions that were called noma in humans. although extensive destruction of both the buccal regions occurred with rapid progress, author successfully treated the lesions with povidone-iodine, enrofloxacin, chymotrypsin, a glycyrrhizin preparation, and a basic fibroblast growth factor.200818822072
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