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Synonyms for Macaca

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Genome-based analysis of the nonhuman primate Macaca fascicularis as a model for drug safety assessment.
K Number of axons in the corpus callosum of the mature Macaca nemestrina Increases caused by prenatal exposure to ethanol.
By a BLASTX search at the NCBI web site using the mRNA sequence of LOC534614, this gene represented a protein similar to myosin heavy chain, fast skeletal muscle, embryonic isoform 1 in the dog and myosin_1 (Myosin heavy chain D) (MHC D) in Macaca mulatta.
Posted on the Internet, the video spread like wildfire, becoming known as the Macaca Incident.
The macaca incident raised fresh questions about Allen's racial sensitivity, an issue that has dogged him since the beginning of his political career.
And yes, the Republicans are doing this in the ''year of the macaca.
We and others recently described E bieneusi as a spontaneous infection of both immunologically normal and simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV)-infected macaques (Macaca mulatta, Macaca cyclopis, and Macaca nemestrina).
The monkey, a Nihon-zaru, or macaca fuscata, is estimated between 25 and 30 years old, but this corresponds to an octogenarian if the monkey were human, according to zookeepers at Maruyama.
Macaca will probably serve a short jail term, but she still loves Pippo and wants to go back to him.
Mild proteinuria without fever or hemorrhage occurs in cynomolgus monkeys, Macaca fascicularis, inoculated with Prospect Hill virus (Amyx et al.
Characterization of the insulin-like growth factor (IGF) axis in the serum of maternal and fetal macaques (Macaca mulatta and Macaca fascicularis).
To find it out, Cedric Sueur of the Free University of Brussels (ULB), Belgium, and colleagues looked at how two species of macaque - Macaca tonkeana and Macaca mulatta - reach group decisions, such as when and where to move on.
Preferences for symmetry in conspecific facial shape among Macaca mulatta.
We have characterized the Duffy gene in humans (Homo sapiens) and eight other mammalian taxa (Pan troglodytes-chimpanzee, Macaca mulattarhesus monkey, Pongo pygmaeus- orangutan, Rattus norvegicus-brown rat, Mus musculus--mouse, Monodelphis domestica--opposum, Bos taurus--cow and Canis familiaris--dog) in detail and herewith present different analyses and infer phylogenetic positions of taxa in this gene.