crab-eating macaque

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crab-eating macaque

Macaca fascicularis. See also macaque.
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Using these methods, the authors were able to discriminate between rhesus and cynomolgus macaques in terms of disease burden and progression, reflecting previously described differences in disease outcome (Sharpe et al.
sup][12] Therefore, the cynomolgus is the ideal animal model for the alemtuzumab studies.
Effects of estrogen replacement therapy on bone turnover in subchondral bone and epiphyseal metaphyseal cancellous bone of ovariectomized cynomolgus monkeys.
Development in the cynomolgus macaque following administration of ustekinumab, a human anti-IL-12/23p40 monoclonal antibody, during pregnancy and lactation.
Cynomolgus macaques were exposed to target concentrations of 0, 2, or 6 ppm formaldehyde.
ONO-8539, a novel EP1 receptor antagonist, suppresses bladder hyperactivity via excessive production of prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) induced by intravesical instillation of ATP in urodynamic evaluation of cynomolgus monkeys [abstract].
In a rat closed femoral fracture model and in a fibular osteotomy model in cynomolgus monkeys, sclerostin antibody treatment significantly increased bone mass and bone strength at the site of fracture.
2005) have demonstrated that islets from transgenic pigs expressing N-acetylglucosaminyltransferase-III showed prolonged survival after transplantation into cynomolgus monkeys.
Two doses of sclerostin antibody in cynomolgus monkeys increases bone formation, bone mineral density, and bone strength.
It proved 100% effective in treating the closely-related Marburg virus in cynomolgus monkeys.
A paravascular location for the fibroblast progenitors has been described by Nemeth et al (18) in the gingiva of the cynomolgus monkey.
Thus, among cynomolgus macaque monkeys (Macaca fxscicularis) living individually and given almost continuous access to ethanol (22 hours/day), the top 20 percent of drinkers consume approximately 30 percent of all alcohol drunk over a 12-month period (see figure 2).