crab-eating macaque

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monkey of southeast Asia, Borneo and the Philippines

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Of the 20,580 cynomolgus monkeys, 8910 (43%) originated in the Philippines, 7703 (37%) in Indonesia, and 3967 (19%) in Mauritius.
The human and cynomolgus macaque sera titres were extrapolated from the goat positive control sera.
The researchers say that the reason why they used cynomolgus macaques as research models was that they are very close genetically to humans, and are susceptible to several forms of human brain-damaging disease.
Enterically transmitted non-A, non-B hepatitis: identification of virus-associated antigen in experimentally infected cynomolgus macaques.
To model risk of Zika virus infection after sexual intercourse, we nontraumatically administered 7.0 [log.sub.10] PFU (8.7 [log.sub.10] copies) of the ArD 41525 Zika virus isolate into the vaginal canal or rectum of 16 adult rhesus or cynomolgus macaques and monitored them for evidence of infection through 28 days postinoculation (DPI).
Effect of polychlorinated biphenyls and polychlorinated quaterphenyls in cynomolgus monkey (Macaca fascicularis).
To test this novel source of cells, he and his colleagues gave two cynomolgus macaques a drug known to induce Parkinson's disease.
Beginning in November 1989, a number of cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis) imported into the United States were found to have been infected with a previously unrecognized Ebola-like filovirus [1].
Species of monkeys to choose from comprise Cynomolgus monkey, Rhesus monkey, African Green monkey, Baboon, Chimpanzee, Capuchins, Squirrel monkey, Marmoset, Cebus.
Treatment of cynomolgus monkeys with AFM24 resulted in a favorable safety profile, even when treated at high dose levels, demonstrating AFM24's potential to have significantly lower toxicities in humans compared to standard of care.
In published studies the artificial miRNA achieved, in some instances, 93% silencing the motor neurons of cynomolgus macaques (Macaca fascicularis) and has been shown to be safe in terms of no off-target silencing of mRNA relative expression.
Monkeypox virus (MPXV), of the genus Orthopoxvirus, was identified in captive cynomolgus monkeys in Copenhagen in 1958 (1).
Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic correlation established an efficacious concentration range of 5-8.5 microg/ml in cynomolgus monkeys, at or above which KPL-716 provided protection from pruritus induced by supra-physiologic challenges of IL-31.