cynomolgus


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cynomolgus

(ˌsɪnəˈmɒlɡəs)
n, pl -gi (-ˌɡaɪ) or -guses
(Animals) a macaque native to SE Asia. Also called: crab-eating macaque or long-tailed macaque
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The NGAL monkey antibody reacts with NGAL from cynomolgus (Macaca fascicularis) and rhesus (Macaca mulatta) and has many different applications, the company added.
Investigators conducted two pilot studies in cynomolgus monkeys to assess the efficacy of AVI-6003 against lethal challenge with Marburg virus.
The volume of distribution at steady state, as measured in cynomolgus monkeys, is approximately 200 mL/kg, suggesting distribution primarily in extracellular space (Noker and Gorman 2003).
The team then vaccinated four cynomolgus macaques with the Marburg vaccine and four others with the Ebola vaccine.
To determine mycobacterial infection rates in recently imported NHPs, in May 1993 CDC reviewed health records of all 249 shipments of imported cynomolgus (Macaca fascicularis), African green (Cercopithicus aethiops), and rhesus (Macaca mulatta) monkeys.
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pestis subunit vaccine containing recombinant F1 and recombinant V (rF1 and rV) by the passive transfer of unfractionated serum and plasma from immunised cynomolgus macaques and humans.
During the study, the researchers exposed 14 cynomolgus macaques orally or intracerebrally to CWD.
The potential human liver toxicity of compounds used to treat dyslipidemia was evaluated by treating male cynomolgus monkeys with one of three drugs.
So, Nabel and his colleagues injected eight cynomolgus macaque monkeys with an intramuscular shot of the genetoting adenovirus.