Nevertheless, the macaque
model is well suited to determine the efficacy of existing vaccines (historically assessed in cynomolgus macaques
) and treatment strategies (historically tested in rhesus macaques
) against the currently circulating EBOV-Makona strain in West Africa.
It was unknown what kind of primate the creature was but Philippine long tailed macaques
(scientific name: Macaca Philippinensis) are known to abound in most parts of the country including highland areas like Baguio City.
The researchers placed two rhesus macaques
infected with Zaire ebolavirus in cages near two uninfected cynomolgus macaques
Ugi has been following live in a special nature reserve known as Tangkoko in North Sulawesi.
Laos joined CITES in 2004, exporting over 20,000 long-tailed macaques
to China and Vietnam within four years.
In response to these behaviors, many of the day-old macaques
smacked their lips after seeing a mouth opening and closing, but they didn't copy what they had seen.
Adult Barbary macaque
monkeys look after one of the new arrivals at Trentham Monkey Forest
Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases in Fort Detrick, MD, reported in the June online issue of Nature Medicine that it has developed Marburg and Ebola vaccines that prevented macaque
monkeys from contracting the viruses when exposed.
For Professor Andrea Camperio, primatologist at Italy's University of Padova, the Barbary macaque
is a victim--not the cause--of the cedar forests' degradation.
In the study, researchers gave two macaque
monkeys each a five-gram oral dose of BSE-infected cow's brain.
The Chicago scientists examined the DNA of 214 genes involved in brain development and function in four species - humans, macaque
monkeys, rats and mice.
Scientists at Duke University reported recently that a macaque
monkey with electrodes implanted in its brain could move a robot's arm, much as if it were moving its own arm.