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genetic substructuring within oesophagostomum bifurcum (nematoda) from human and non-human primates from ghana based on random amplified polymorphic dna analysis.random amplified polymorphic dna (rapd) was used to study genetic variation within oesophagostomum bifurcum in ghana. four different decamer primers were used for the amplification of dna from individual o. bifurcum adults (n = 41) from humans and non-human primates (including the mona monkey, patas monkey and olive baboon) from different geographic regions. analysis of the amplicons from all 41 nematodes by high resolution, denaturing polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis defined a total of 326 in ...200415306716
transplacentally exposed human and monkey newborn infants show similar evidence of nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor-induced mitochondrial toxicity.effective reduction in maternal-fetal human immunodeficiency virus-1 (hiv-1) transmission has been achieved by administration of nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (nrtis) during pregnancy, and although most exposed children are clinically normal at birth, mitochondrial dysfunction has been reported. to examine mitochondrial integrity on a molecular level, we evaluated mitochondrial morphology by electron microscopy (em) and mitochondrial dna (mtdna) quantity in umbilical cords and cord ...200716538687
[the mammals of guinea as reservoirs and carriers of arboviruses].a great body of data on the fauna and ecology of wild mammals and their participation in the circulation of arboviruses were collected when the ecology of the latter of the republic of guinea was studied in 1978 to 1989. a hundred and eighteen species belonging to 10 orders were identified. over 2,000 biological specimens were virologically and serologically examined. six arboviruses were isolated. these included dugbe virus (from the hussar monkey cercopithecus (erythrocebus patas) and 5 viruse ...200616562748
variations in the structure of the prelunate gyrus in old world monkeys.anatomical and electrophysiological studies have revealed a complex organization in the macaque prelunate gyrus. we investigated the morphology and architecture of the prelunate gyrus in old world monkeys. in macaca nemestrina, we observed a sulcus crossing the prelunate gyrus within 2 mm of the vertical meridian representation. in other macaque species and other cercopithecines, we observed substantial variations in sulcal morphology across the prelunate gyrus. we did not find a sulcus in all s ...200616779809
evolution of an intronic microsatellite polymorphism in toll-like receptor 2 among primates.nonhuman primates express varying responses to mycobacterium tuberculosis: new world monkeys appear to be resistant to tuberculosis (tb) while old world monkeys seem to be particularly susceptible. the aim of this study was to elucidate the presence of the regulatory guanine-thymine (gt) repeat polymorphisms in intron 2 of toll-like receptor 2 (tlr2) associated with the development of tb in humans and to determine any variations in these microsatellite polymorphisms in primates. we sequenced the ...200616912902
a mobile element-based evolutionary history of guenons (tribe cercopithecini).guenons (tribe cercopithecini) are a species-rich group of primates that have attracted considerable attention from both primatologists and evolutionary biologists. the complex speciation pattern has made the elucidation of their relationships a challenging task, and many questions remain unanswered. sines are a class of non-autonomous mobile elements and are essentially homoplasy-free characters with known ancestral states, making them useful genetic markers for phylogenetic studies.200717266768
distribution and abundance of patas monkeys (erythrocebus patas) in laikipia, kenya, 1979-2004.patas monkeys may be especially vulnerable to local extinction because they live in relatively small, female-philopatric groups at low densities and are strongly polygynous. we assessed a patas monkey population in kenya's 9,700 km(2) laikipia district over 25 years, using data collected in 1979-1981 and 1992-2004. the data were based on intensive observations of three study groups, "on the ground" counts, and surveys of laikipia residents. in 1979-1981, a minimum of 415 patas monkeys lived in 1 ...200717397045
sex chromosome phylogenetics indicate a single transition to terrestriality in the guenons (tribe cercopithecini).this is the first molecular study to trace the evolutionary transition in substrate preference across a primate radiation. we surveyed 20 guenons (tribe cercopithecini) and 4 outgroup taxa for two y-chromosomal genes, tspy ( approximately 2240 bp) and sry ( approximately 780 bp), and one x-chromosomal intergenic region ( approximately 1600 bp) homologous to a fragment of human xq13.3. parsimony and maximum likelihood analyses of the sex chromosomal datasets consistently cluster the three terrest ...200414871564
body mass distribution and gait mechanics in fat-tailed dwarf lemurs (cheirogaleus medius) and patas monkeys (erythrocebus patas).most quadrupeds walk with lateral sequence (ls) gaits, where hind limb touchdowns are followed by ipsilateral forelimb touchdowns. primates, however, typically walk with diagonal sequence (ds) gaits, where hind limb touchdowns are followed by contralateral forelimb touchdowns. because the use of ds gaits is nearly ubiquitous among primates, understanding gait selection in primates is critical to understanding primate locomotor evolution. the support polygon model [tomita, m., 1967. a study on th ...200717512970
erythrocebus patas monkey offspring exposed perinatally to nrtis sustain skeletal muscle mitochondrial compromise at birth and at 1 year of age.antiretroviral nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (nrtis), given to human immunodeficiency virus-1-infected pregnant women to prevent vertical viral transmission, have caused mitochondrial dysfunction in some human infants. here, we examined mitochondrial integrity in skeletal muscle from offspring of pregnant retroviral-free erythrocebus patas dams administered human-equivalent nrti doses for the last 10 weeks of gestation or for 10 weeks of gestation and 6 weeks after birth. exposures ...200717545213
despotic wild patas monkeys (erythrocebus patas) in kala maloue, cameroon.the socio-ecological model predicts that the quality, distribution, and patch size of food resources determines the dominance hierarchy of female monkeys based on the type of food competition they experience. comparative studies of closely related species have evaluated the socio-ecological model and confirmed its validity. for example, female patas monkeys in laikipia, kenya, form a nonlinear and unstable dominance hierarchy (i.e., egalitarian), whereas females of sympatric, closely related sav ...200817854072
metabolism and pharmacokinetics of the combination zidovudine plus lamivudine in the adult erythrocebus patas monkey determined by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometric analysis.because of their similarity to humans, non-human primates constitute useful preclinical models in which to examine potential human drug toxicities. antiretroviral nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (nrti) toxicity is currently under investigation in erythrocebus patas monkeys, and whereas nrti pharmacokinetics have been studied in other monkey species, pharmacokinetics for zidovudine plus lamivudine (azt/3tc) dosing have not been reported in the patas. here we present 24 h serum pharmaco ...200817949768
variation in guenon skulls (i): species divergence, ecological and genetic differences.guenons are the most diverse clade of african monkeys. they have varied ecologies, include arboreal and terrestrial species, and can be found in nearly every region of sub-saharan africa. species boundaries are often uncertain, with a variable number of species and subspecies mostly recognised on the basis of their geographic distribution and pelage. if guenon soft tissue patterns show high variability, the same does not seem to hold for skull morphology. guenon skulls are traditionally consider ...200818191179
fetal ultrasonography: biometric data from four african primate species.nonhuman primates are raised in large numbers in research centers and zoos. reproductive monitoring is required to improve breeding performances. ultrasonography is a safe method to determine gestational age and to estimate the date of parturition. however only few data are available in nonhuman primates.200616430494
cutting corners: the dynamics of turning behaviors in two primate species.in an attempt to characterize more fully the variation in substrate reaction forces in the locomotor repertoire of primates, we recorded the forces involved in directional changes for two species. these are the first records of turning forces for vertebrate quadrupeds, much less primates. three ring-tailed lemurs and two patas monkeys performed turns of approximately 30 degrees as they crossed a force platform. the ring-tailed lemurs also turned on a horizontal branch-like support with a segment ...200616481581
relevance of experimental models for investigation of genotoxicity induced by antiretroviral therapy during human pregnancy.the current incidence of human immunodeficiency virus (hiv-1)/aids affects around 7000 pregnant women in the united states. when given during pregnancy, the nucleoside analog 3'-azido-3'-deoxythymidine (azt) significantly reduces maternal-fetal transmission. it has been previously shown that azt is incorporated into dna, where it causes mutations in the hprt and tk genes. it also changes cell cycle gene expression, and induces s-phase arrest, micronuclei, chromosomal aberrations, sister chromati ...200818295533
lack of relationship between either specific weight or presence of the 1b1r gene and nutritive value of wheat in broiler diets.1. a study of the relationship between specific weight (sw) and nutritive value of wheat in diets offered to broilers up to 4 weeks of age was carried out using 10 varieties of wheat grown at three different locations; this gave rise to a range of specific weights from 59 to 76 kg/hl. 2. because five varieties contained the 1b1r translocation and 5 did not, this allowed the effects of 1b1r on the performance of birds given high concentrations of dietary wheat to be further investigated. 3. the d ...200818704793
species-specific distributions of tyrosine hydroxylase-immunoreactive neurons in the prefrontal cortex of anthropoid primates.in this study, we assessed the distribution of cortical neurons immunoreactive for tyrosine hydroxylase (th) in prefrontal cortical regions of humans and nonhuman primate species. immunohistochemical methods were used to visualize th-immunoreactive (th-ir) neurons in areas 9 (dorsolateral prefrontal cortex) and 32 (anterior paracingulate cortex). the study sample included humans, great apes (chimpanzee, bonobo, gorilla, orangutan), one lesser ape (siamang), and old world monkeys (golden guenon, ...200919041377
not so fast: speed effects on forelimb kinematics in cercopithecine monkeys and implications for digitigrade postures in primates.terrestrial mammals are characterized by their digitigrade limb postures, which are proposed to increase effective limb length (ell) to achieve preferred or higher locomotor speeds more efficiently. accordingly, digitigrade postures are associated with cursorial locomotion. unlike most medium- to large-sized terrestrial mammals, terrestrial cercopithecine monkeys lack most cursorial adaptations, but still adopt digitigrade hand postures. this study investigates when and why terrestrial cercopith ...200919294733
[absence of plasmodial infection among wild monkeys in northern senegal?].eighty-two wild monkeys belonging to the two species chlorocebus aethiops and erythrocebus patas were collected in the northern part of senegal, west africa. thick blood smears were performed and giemsa stained. slides were microscopically examined with a sensitivity of the method estimated at 2 parasites per mm3 of blood. no blood parasites were observed. this negative result is in line with previous studies which never showed evidences of malaria parasites in monkeys from african savannahs. th ...200919343914
generalized tularemia in a vervet monkey (chlorocebus aethiops) and a patas monkey (erythrocebus patas) in a zoo.generalized tularemia was diagnosed in a vervet monkey (chlorocebus aethiops) and a patas monkey (erythrocebus patas), both of which died suddenly in the szeged zoo, szeged, hungary. macroscopic lesions in each animal included disseminated, grayish-white foci in the lungs, lymph nodes, spleen, liver, and kidney. all focal lesions were characterized microscopically as purulent to pyogranulomatous to granulomatous inflammation with necrosis. francisella tularensis subsp. holarctica strains were is ...200919407096
characterization of francisella tularensis strains, comparing their carbon source utilization.thirteen francisella tularensis strains were isolated from 22 seropositive brown hares (lepus europaeus) originating from different parts of hungary, and further two from a patas monkey (erythrocebus patas) and vervet monkey (chlorocebus aethiops). the isolates were identified as f. tularensis ssp. holarctica on the basis of culture, morphological and biochemical characteristics. the identification was verified by polymerase chain reaction and the sequencing of the partial 16s rrna gene. utiliza ...201019538455
the fish fauna of anambra river basin, nigeria: species abundance and morphometry.the fish yields of most nigeria inland waters are generally on the decline for causes that may range from inadequate management of the fisheries to degradation of the water bodies. sustainable exploitation requires knowledge of the ichthyofaunal composition in the water bodies. we did a survey of fish species in anambra river basin for 22 months. fish samples were collected using four different gears -hook and line of size 13, caste nets, gill nets, and cages of mesh sizes of 50 mm, 75 mm, and 1 ...200919637699
interspecific and temporal variation of ant species within acacia drepanolobium ant domatia, a staple food of patas monkeys (erythrocebus patas) in laikipia, kenya.the ants that live in the swollen thorns (domatia) of acacia drepanolobium are staple foods for patas monkeys (erythrocebus patas). to obtain a better understanding of these insects as resources for patas monkeys, we sampled the contents of 1,051 swollen thorns (ant domatia) over a 22-month period from december 1999 to september 2001, in laikipia, kenya. first, we confirmed that of the four species of ants that live on a. drepanolobium, crematogaster sjostedti, the competitively dominant ant in ...200717487875
revisiting play elements and self-handicapping in play: a comparative ethogram of five old world monkey species.play behavior has been viewed as a mixture of elements drawn from "serious" behavior, interspersed by ritualized play signals. two other types of play behaviors have been overlooked: patterns that are dissimilar from any serious behavior and patterns with self-handicapping character, that is, those that put the animal into unnecessary disadvantageous positions or situations. here the authors show that these 2 types of patterns can constitute a major part of play repertoire. from our own videorec ...200919685966
interspecies and intraspecies variations in the serotonin transporter gene intron 3 vntr in nonhuman primates.a variable number of tandem repeat (vntr) polymorphism based on a 16 or 17-bp unit has been reported in the third intron of the human serotonin transporter gene (5-htt). vntrs have been shown to affect the transcriptional activity of genes, and vntr polymorphisms possibly influence human personality and several psychoneurological disorders. to estimate the changes that occurred in the vntrs during primate evolution, we amplified and sequenced the regions that corresponded to the human vntrs in v ...200818204817
ocular oxyspirurosis of primates in zoos: intermediate host, worm morphology, and probable origin of the infection in the moscow zoo.over the last century, only two cases of ocular oxyspirurosis were recorded in primates, both in zoos, and two species were described: in berlin, germany, oxyspirura (o.) conjunctivalis from the lemurid microcebus murinus, later also found in the lorisid loris gracilis; in jacksonville, florida, o. (o.) youngi from the cercopithecid monkey erythrocebus patas. in the present case from the moscow zoo, oxyspirurosis was recorded in several species of old world lemuriforms and lorisiforms, and some ...200718225417
variations and abnormalities in the position of the teeth in erythrocebus, the patas monkey. 192819986765
demography and life histories of sympatric patas monkeys, erythrocebus patas, and vervets, cercopithecus aethiops, in laikipia, kenya.mortality patterns are thought to be strong selective forces on life history traits, with high adult mortality and low immature mortality favoring early and rapid reproduction. patas monkeys (erythrocebus patas) have the highest potential rates of population increase for their body size of any haplorhine primate because they reproduce both earlier and more often. we report here 10 yr of comparative demographic data on a population of patas monkeys and a sympatric population of vervet monkeys (ce ...200920976285
an assessment of gum-based environmental enrichment for captive gummivorous primates.in the wild, many primates consume gums exuded from trees, and many species are gum specialists. in spite of this, few data exist concerning gum feeding in captivity. using a web-based survey of 46 zoos in 12 countries, we evaluated the extent to which zoos feed gum to primates. we found that although callitrichids and galagos receive gum-based enrichment, cercopithecines generally do not. environmental enrichment is important for stimulating naturalistic behavior to promote the psychological we ...201121319210
progressive mitochondrial compromise in brains and livers of primates exposed in utero to nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (nrtis).mitochondrial compromise has been documented in infants born to women infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (hiv-1) who received nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (nrti) therapy during pregnancy. to model these human exposures, we examined mitochondrial integrity at birth and 1 year in brain cortex and liver from offspring of retroviral-free erythrocebus patas dams-administered human-equivalent nrti doses for the last half (10 weeks) of gestation. additional infants, followed f ...201020702595
avoidance of mammalian predators by patas monkeys (erythrocebus patas) in a risk landscape.primates and felids often occupy the same landscape, hence evolutionary theory predicts that proximate predator-prey mechanisms will influence both groups' ecology. erythrocebus patas are potentially vulnerable to a number of predators and exhibit an array of morphological and behavioural predator avoidance strategies. here, two concurrent studies, one on e. patas and one on the mammalian carnivore assemblage, in the acacia drepanolobium woodland of sweetwaters game reserve (sgr), laikipia, keny ...201223363589
nutritional benefits of crematogaster mimosae ants and acacia drepanolobium gum for patas monkeys and vervets in laikipia, kenya.patas monkeys (erythrocebus patas) are midsized primates that feed extensively on the gum of acacia drepanolobium and the ants are housed in swollen thorns of this acacia. their diet resembles that expected more of smaller bodied primates. patas monkeys are also more like smaller bodied primates in reproducing at high rates. we sought to better understand the convergence of patas monkeys with smaller bodied primates by comparing their feeding behavior on ants and gum with that of closely related ...201223280312
[steroid metabolism in primates. v. isolation of dehydroepiandrosterone, androstenedione and adrenosterone from adrenal venous blood of macacus rhesus, papio hamadryas, cercopithecus aethiops and erythrocebus patas]. 20144243440
[electron microscopic studies on the sv 40 development in kidney cells of erythrocebus patas]. 20074313788
[metabolic activity of the male genital tract in cercocebus lunulatus and erythrocebus patas: effect of castration and replacement therapy]. 20154370617
pattern of sivagm infection in patas monkeys suggests that host adaptation to simian immunodeficiency virus infection may result in resistance to infection and virus extinction.patas monkeys were not reported to carry species‐specific simian immunodeficiency virus (siv), but cross‐species transmission of sivagm to patas monkeys occurred in the wild. we report that patas monkeys share immunophenotypic features with natural hosts of siv; that is, low levels of cd4+ t cells and low ccr5 expression on cd4+ t cells. in 1 patas monkey with undetectable levels of cd4+ t cells, experimental exposure to sivagm did not result in infection. the other experimentally infected patas ...201020887227
the interplay between speed, kinetics, and hand postures during primate terrestrial locomotion.nonprimate terrestrial mammals may use digitigrade postures to help moderate distal limb joint moments and metapodial stresses that may arise during high-speed locomotion with high-ground reaction forces (grf). this study evaluates the relationships between speed, grfs, and distal forelimb kinematics in order to evaluate if primates also adopt digitigrade hand postures during terrestrial locomotion for these same reasons. three cercopithecine monkey species (papio anubis, macaca mulatta, erythro ...201019639641
testing the oxidative stress hypothesis of aging in primate fibroblasts: is there a correlation between species longevity and cellular ros production?the present study was conducted to test predictions of the oxidative stress theory of aging assessing reactive oxygen species production and oxidative stress resistance in cultured fibroblasts from 13 primate species ranging in body size from 0.25 to 120 kg and in longevity from 20 to 90 years. we assessed both basal and stress-induced reactive oxygen species production in fibroblasts from five great apes (human, chimpanzee, bonobo, gorilla, and orangutan), four old world monkeys (baboon, rhesus ...201222219516
non-human primate antibody response to mosquito salivary proteins: implications for dengue virus transmission in puerto rico.an important step to incriminate a mosquito as a vector of a disease pathogen is finding evidence of direct contact between the mosquito and humans. typically, this is accomplished through landing/biting catches, or host blood meal analysis in engorged mosquitoes via immunologic assays. an alternate approach is to identify the presence of specific mosquito anti-saliva protein antibodies in the blood of exposed hosts. following the discovery of dengue infected, free roaming non-human primates in ...201627593498
isolation and characterization of faecal bifidobacteria and lactobacilli isolated from dogs and primates.although bifidobacteria and lactobacilli have been suggested beneficial for the host and are components of many probiotics and competitive exclusion mixtures, the knowledge on abundance, metabolic and probiotic characteristics in isolates from dogs and monkeys is still limited. the present study was aimed to isolate bifidobacterium and lactobacillus strains (faeces of 22 dogs and of 5 primates: cebus apella, eulemur fulvus, erythrocebus patas, macaca fascicularis, papio hamadryas) with the maldi ...201424239978
detection of cyclospora in captive chimpanzees and macaques by a quantitative pcr-based mutation scanning approach.cyclospora is a protistan parasite that causes enteritis in several species of animals including humans. the aim of this study was to investigate the presence of cyclospora in captive non-human primates.201525972100
antimicrobial susceptibility of francisella tularensis subsp. holarctica strains from hungary, central europe.determining the in vitro susceptibility to 11 antibiotics of francisella tularensis subsp. holarctica strains belonging to the phylogenetic group b.13, from different areas of hungary.201323065699
perinatal exposure of patas monkeys to antiretroviral nucleoside reverse-transcriptase inhibitors induces genotoxicity persistent for up to 3 years of age.erythrocebus patas (patas) monkeys were used to model antiretroviral (arv) drug in human immunodeficiency virus type 1-infected pregnant women.201323559463
mitochondrial compromise in 3-year old patas monkeys exposed in utero to human-equivalent antiretroviral therapies.antiretroviral (arv) drug therapy, given during pregnancy for prevention of mother-to-child transmission of human immunodeficiency virus 1 (hiv-1), induces fetal mitochondrial dysfunction in some children. however, the persistence/reversibility of that dysfunction is unclear. here we have followed erythrocebus patas (patas) monkey offspring for up to 3 years of age (similar in development to a 15-year old human) after exposure of the dams to human-equivalent in utero arv exposure protocols. preg ...201627452341
serological evidence of infection with endemic human pathogens among free-ranging old world monkeys in puerto rico.serum specimens from free-ranging but nonnative patas monkeys (erythrocebus patas) and rhesus macaques (macaca mulatta) in southwestern puerto rico (pr) were tested for antibodies to infection with dengue viruses (denvs), west nile virus (wnv), leptospira species, and burkholderia pseudomallei by microneutralization, plaque reduction neutralization, microscopic agglutination, and indirect hemagglutination, respectively. of 23 animals (21 e. patas and two m. mulatta) tested, all had evidence of p ...201627001754
fetal consequences of maternal antiretroviral nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor use in human and nonhuman primate pregnancy.here we present fetal genotoxicity and mitochondrial toxicity, induced by nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (nrtis), in hiv-1-infected pregnant women treated to prevent mother-to-child hiv-1 transmission, and in virus-free pregnant patas monkeys.201525635584
delayed seroconversion to stlv-1 infection is associated with mutations in the pol and rex genes.simian t-cell lymphoma/leukemia virus-1 (stlv-1) infection of non-human primates can serve as a model for human t-cell lymphoma/leukemia virus infection.201324025129
short-term effects of aflatoxin b1 on serum lipids in subhuman primates.aflatoxin b1 significantly depressed serum lipid levels in specimens of cercopithecus aethiops, cercopithecus mona, erythrocebus patas and papio anubis. serum cholesterol, total phospholipids and total lipids were not affected to the same extent.1979113622
locomotor anatomy and behavior of patas monkeys (erythrocebus patas) with comparison to vervet monkeys (cercopithecus aethiops).patas monkeys (erythrocebus patas) living in african savanna woodlands and grassland habitats have a locomotor system that allows them to run fast, presumably to avoid predators. long fore- and hindlimbs, long foot bones, short toes, and a digitigrade foot posture were proposed as anatomical correlates with speed. in addition to skeletal proportions, soft tissue and whole body proportions are important components of the locomotor system. to further distinguish patas anatomy from other old world ...201324187623
dental eruption sequence and eruption times in erythrocebus patas.erythrocebus patas has a short inter-birth interval, juveniles become independent from their mother early, females are young at first birth, and adult females have a high mortality rate. according to schultz's rule, the molars of fast-growing and shorter-lived primate species erupt early relative to the replacement teeth. based on the life history of e. patas, we hypothesized that the molars would erupt before the replacement teeth and/or that the eruption time of its molars would be early. the ...201222134419
the primates in darfur, republic of sudan.the paper describes the distribution, group size and relative abundance of erythrocebus patas and papio doguera in darfur province, sudan. less detailed information is given on cercopithecus aethiops and galago senegalensis. detailed observations were carried out in the field and by low-level aerial survey during 1972--1978 and have been supplemented by references to the literature where appropriate.1979116947
seroprevalence of toxoplasma gondii infection in captive mammals in three zoos in mexico city, mexico.antibodies to toxoplasma gondii were determined in 167 mammals in three zoos in mexico city, mexico, using the modified agglutination test (mat). overall, antibodies to t. gondii were found in 89 (53.3%) of the 167 animals tested. antibodies were found in 35 of 43 wild felidae: 2 of 2 bobcats (lynx rufus); 4 of 4 cougars (puma concolor); 10 of 13 jaguars (panthera onca); 5 of 5 leopards (panthera pardus); 7 of 7 lions (panthera leo); 2 of 3 tigers (panthera tigris); 2 of 3 ocelots (leopardus par ...201324063119
[steroid metabolism in primates. iv. isolation of aldosterone from adrenal venous blood of macacus rhesus, papio hamadryas, cercopithecus aethiops and erythrocebus patas]. 19694982968
[study on virus-chromosome relationships. ii. detailed karyotypes of macaca irus, erythrocebus patas and cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus]. 196414145256
variations in within-group inter-individual distances between birth- and non-birth seasons in wild female patas monkeys.individual spatial positioning plays an important role in mediating the costs and benefits of group living, and thus shapes different aspects of animal social systems including group structure and cohesiveness. i aimed to quantify variation in individual spacing behavior and its correlates in a group of wild patas monkeys (erythrocebus patas) living in north cameroon. i collected data on inter-individual distances during group scans when following subject females. individuals had longer inter-in ...201727687524
effects of d-norgestrel-releasing intracervical devices in the nonhuman primate, erythrocebus patas.primates (erythrocebus patas) were implanted with intracervical devices which slowly released d-norgestrel at either of two rates: 38 +/- 12 microgram/day (high dose, 4 animals) or 14 +/- 10 microgram/day (low dose, 3 animals). an additional 8 animals received placebo devices or were untreated controls. all animals were studied for 3 months of exposure, at which time they were necropsied and evaluated. the uterus in all of the high dose primates had endometrial stromal and epithelial hyperplasia ...19807449389
the evoked cochlear mechanical response in laboratory primates. a preliminary report.the evoked cochlear mechanical response has been recorded in two species of laboratory primates, macaca irus and erythrocebus patas. the responses are very similar to those obtained in humans although the response to each click is of shorter duration. the response is vulnerable to the ototoxicity of furosemide and etacrynic acid and to noise exposure. at and near threshold an active generator of mechanical energy within the cochlea is proposed. the significance of such a generator and a possible ...1979114151
erythrocebus patas--an anatomically suitable primate model for reproductive studies. 19734198099
[some biometric relationships in erythrocebus patas schreber (cercopithecinae)]. 19714261484
[steroid metabolism in primates. vi. isolation of progesterone and pregnenolone from adrenal venous blood of macacus rhesus, papio hamadryas, cercepithecus aethiops and erythrocebus patas]. 19694982969
[clinical, biological and electroencephalographic study of experimental trypanosomiasis in erythrocebus patas]. 201314127361
tamoxifen-dna adduct formation in monkey and human reproductive organs.the estrogen analog tamoxifen (tam), used for adjuvant therapy of breast cancer, induces endometrial and uterine tumors in breast cancer patients. proliferation stimulus of the uterine endometrium is likely involved in tumor induction, but genotoxicity may also play a role. formation of tam-dna adducts in human tissues has been reported but remains controversial. to address this issue, we examined tam-dna adducts in uteri from two species of monkeys, erythrocebus patas (patas) and macaca fascicu ...201424501327
the influence of age on serum concentrations of cardiac troponin i: results in rats, monkeys, and commercial sera.cardiac troponins serve as serum biomarkers of myocardial injury. the current study examined the influence of age on serum concentrations of cardiac troponin i (ctni). an ultrasensitive immunoassay was used to monitor ctni concentrations in sprague-dawley (sd) rats and erythrocebus patas monkeys of different ages. the mean ctni concentrations were highest in 10-day-old rats compared to 25-, 40-, and 80-day-old sd rats. cardiomyocyte remodeling was apparent in hearts from 10-day-old sd rats as ev ...201424129761
changes in aortic medial elastic structure at different sites in the primates erythrocebus patas, macaca irus and callithrix jacchus. 19734201087
distribution of interstitial telomeric sequences in primates and the pygmy tree shrew (scandentia).it has been hypothesized that interstitial telomeric sequences (itss), i.e., repeated telomeric dna sequences found at intrachromosomal sites in many vertebrates, could be correlated to chromosomal rearrangements and plasticity. to test this hypothesis, we hybridized a telomeric pna probe through fish on representative species of 2 primate infraorders, strepsirrhini (lemur catta, otolemur garnettii, nycticebus coucang) and catarrhini (erythrocebus patas, cercopithecus petaurista, chlorocebus aet ...201728423373
quantitative analysis of 3'-hydroxynorcotinine in human urine.based on previous metabolism studies carried out in patas monkeys, we hypothesized that urinary 3'-hydroxynorcotinine could be a specific biomarker for uptake and metabolism of the carcinogen n'-nitrosonornicotine in people who use tobacco products.201525324430
[surgeons in bjelovar and bjelovar county during the 18.-19. century].some data unknown so far from the local medical historiography are presented on the names, education and activities of more than 160 surgeons, the most numerous (military) health professionals in the history of bjelovar area health care during the 18th and 19th centuries. the first surgeons arrived in bjelovar with the establishment of town authorities and settling of the border regiment troops in the surrounding areas along the croatian military border at mid-18th century. they performed servic ...200919146192
wise fool left hussars for career in science admin 200010949275
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