2 edition of Movement limitation and immune responses of rhesus monkeys found in the catalog.
Movement limitation and immune responses of rhesus monkeys
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Gerald Sonnenfeld ... [et al.].|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA-CR-203757., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-203757.|
|Contributions||Sonnenfeld, Gerald., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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The rhesus monkey lives in a complex, hierarchical social system and uses many forms of human-like communication such as facial expressions and social gestures. The rich social and cognitive repertoire of rhesus monkeys provides a framework to relate behavioral changes observed in the animal model more directly to human mental by: On the other hand, monkeys are worth much less. Rhesus macaques may be purchased online for $2, to $5, Valuing humans and animals is necessary economically, but the ethics are not so easy. Isolation Experiments on Rhesus Monkeys. In the late s, Harry Harlow performed psychological experiments on rhesus monkeys.
The training of experimental rhesus monkeys is based on positive reinforcement; cooperation is consistently rewarded with favored food such as raisins, peanuts, fruit, or bread (Figure b). Failure to cooperate is not punished but is never allowed to end a training session, because if it were the animal would quickly learn to avoid any kind. The induction of experimental arthritis in rhesus monkeys was studied by intradermal immunization of bovine type II collagen and antigens derived fromMycobacterium tuberculosis, Streptococcus pyogenes, andEubacterium aerofaciens. The tested bacterial antigens proved to be not arthritogenic. Bovine type II collagen induced clinical arthritis in 50% of the rhesus by:
Translocation of large numbers of monkeys may be one management option to remove rhesus macaques dependent on human sources of food. In one area of significant human-rhesus macaque conflict, about macaques were captured and successfully relocated to forested areas nearby (Imam et al. ). Seventy-six rhesus monkeys were involved in the trial, which began in and was expanded in Half had their diets restricted, half were given free rein at feeding time. The rate of cancers and cardiovascular disease in dieting animals was less than half of those permitted to eat freely.
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Get this from a library. Movement limitation and immune responses of rhesus monkeys: science report. [Gerald Sonnenfeld; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. 1. J Infect Dis. Mar 15;(6) doi: /infdis/jiu Epub Sep Potent immune responses in rhesus macaques induced by nonviral delivery of a self-amplifying RNA vaccine expressing HIV type 1 envelope with a cationic by: In rhesus monkeys, Ad26/Ad26 plus gp boost induced similar magnitude, durability, and phenotype of immune responses.
Mosaic HIV-1 Vaccine Induces Responses in Humans, Monkeys; Mosaic adenovirus serotype based vaccine induces immune responses in humans, rhesus monkeys. Rhesus monkey, (Macaca mulatta), sand-coloured primate native to forests but also found coexisting with humans in northern India, Nepal, eastern and southern China, and northern Southeast Asia.
The rhesus monkey is the best-known species of macaque and measures about 47–64 cm (19–25 inches) long. Progress report for January-December, NASA grant NAGSpaceflight and Immune Responses of Rhesus Monkeys.
SPACELINE copy of document does not include 4 figures. Report Number: NASA Other ID: (DNLM) NLM ID: [Book]. Researchers have long known that social class affects health.
A new study finding altered immune function in low-status monkeys may help explain why. Social status can be used as predictor of life expectancy and overall health.
It is easy to conclude that this is a result of better diet, healthcare, and lack of external risk factors but, as a team of researchers reported in the November 25 th issue of the journal, movement in social status in rhesus macaques influenced changes in immune system phenotypes.
This paper reports evidence linking dorsolateral prefrontal cortex with one of the cognitive abilities that emerge between –12 months in the human infant. The task used was Piaget's Stage IV Object Permanence Test, known as AB (pronounced “A not B”). The AB task was administered (a) to human infants who were followed longitudinally and (b) to intact and operated adult rhesus monkeys Cited by: Vaccine elicted Gag specific cellular immune responses are shown to provide a measure of protection from disease in Mamu-A*negative rhesus monkeys challenged with SIVMAC The rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) is a species of Old World is listed as least concern in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species in view of its wide distribution, presumed large population, and its tolerance of a broad range of habitats.
It is native to South, Central, and Southeast Asia and has the widest geographic range of all non-human primates, occupying a great diversity of Class: Mammalia. of heart DNA of a rhesus monkey (98E) that was previously treated with an adenovirus vector for study of innate immune response (25).
A second novel AAV sequence was obtained from heart DNA of another rhesus monkey (98E) in the same adenovirus study, and. Captive rhesus macaques are not naturally aggressive, but poor husbandry and handling practices can trigger their aggression toward conspecifics and toward the human handler.
The myth of the aggressive monkey probably is based on often not taking into account basic ethological principles when managing rhesus macaques in the research laboratory setting. ature, and cytokine responses in the dams to con ﬁrm a strong immune activation and then analyzed the behavioral development of the offspring for 4 years.
Here, we present our initial behavioral ﬁndings through 24 months of age, documenting the emergence of abnormal behavior in rhesus offspring exposed to MIA. Methods and Materials. Evaluation of cellular immune responses in rhesus monkeys subjected to adenovirus-mediated gene transfer into the cervix Asis K.
Sarkar, Michele Follen Mitchell, Katsuyuki Hamada, Stephanie J. Buchl, William C. Satterfield, Steven J. Schapiro, Michale E. Keeling, K. Jagannadha SastryCited by: 5. Play and Aggression: A Study of Rhesus Monkeys is a book about play in the rhesus macaque by the anthropologist Donald Symons.
The book was well-received, and Symons was credited with providing a detailed and useful discussion of his subject. Summary. Symons discusses aggressive play in the rhesus macaque, arguing that as a "structured and Author: Donald Symons.
A comparison of the rhesus monkey and gibbon response to the unfamiliar. The effects of social restriction on the behavior of rhesus monkeys. Responses to a novel environment and to an. “Rhesus monkeys and humans are highly successful survivors in a complex and sometimes cruel world.
Macachiavellian Intelligence, a good read about the nitty-gritty details of how rhesus monkeys make it, tells us a lot about 's often not a pretty picture to read about manipulative social opportunism, but if we ignore the important message of this book we, not the monkeys or other /5(15).
A cohort of free-ranging rhesus monkeys has been followed since birth in on the island of Cayo Santiago, Puerto Rico. At 3 years of age, subjects were trapped and blood samples were collected after capture and prior to release the following by: conducted various tests on rhesus monkeys by isolating them from their mothers and isolating them from other monkeys.
One experiment he used artificial mothers. George Herbert Mead. An interactionalist that developed a process in which the self emerges. These three stages are the preparatory stage, the play stage, and the game stage. The Rhesus Monkey: Anatomy and physiology.
Geoffrey Howard Bourne. Academic Press, - Science - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are occur phosphatase Physiol plexus positive reaction Primate proximal tubule reduced NAD dehydrogenase region renal renal corpuscle responses rhesus monkey seen segment similar smooth.
The timing of type I interferon signalling determines the disease course of SIV infection. Type I interferon (IFN-I) is shown here to have dual effects in rhesus macaques exposed to simian.istic responses of any O. Further experiments are planned to investigate the relationship between these patterns and the life experiences of individual ani-mals.
CONCLUSIONS 1. A majority of rhesus monkeys will consistently suf-fer hunger rather than secure food at the expense of electroshock to a conspecific. Size: 12KB.The rhesus monkey also lends its name to the rhesus blood type first discovered in – although its significance only became apparent in (see Anti-D).
The name “rhesus” was given to them by a French naturalist Jean-Baptise Audebert, who said it has no meaning and does not refer to the Greek mythological king, Rhesus of Thrace.