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Id: 9436
Autor: Jones, T. C; Ma, Nancy S. F.
Título: Cytogenetics of the squirrel monkey (Saimiri sciureus)
Fonte: Fed Proc;34(8):1646-1650, July 1975.
Idioma: En.
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Id: 6089
Autor: Pye, David; O'Brien, Catherine M; Franchina, Phillip; Monger, Carmela; Anders, Robin F.
Título: Plasmodium falciparum infection of splenectomized and intact Guyanan Saimiri monkeys
Fonte: J Parasitol;80(4):558-62, Aug. 1994.
Idioma: En.
Resumo: Spleen-intact and splenectomized Saimiri monkeys of Guyanan origin were examined for their potential suitability for Plasmodium falciparum protection studies. The animal could be readily infected with adapted strains of P. falciparium (Indochina 1/CDC and Uganda Palo Alto FUP strains), but spontaneously recovered without drug treatment and without development of severe clinical disease. In intact animals, peak parasitemia prior to recovery generally ranged from 0.1 percent to 10 percent, whereas in splenectomized animals the peak parasitemia was generally higher so that some animals were given drug treatment to assist in recovery from infection. In reinfection studies, previously infected spleen-intact monkeys demonstrated sterile immunity to the homologous parasite strain but not to a heterologous strain. However, in monkeys infected with the heterologous strain, the peak parasitemia was less than in the first infection and of shorter duration. Splenectomized animals did not demonstrate sterile immunity although the peak parasitemia achieved was less than in the previous infection of each of these monkeys. While the lack of major clinical disease indicated that these monkeys did not provide a good animal model for human malaria, the development of protective immunity was consistent with a useful role in evaluating candidate vaccine antigens (AU)
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Id: 726
Autor: Pereira, Michael E; Schill, Jennifer L; Charles, Eric P.
Título: Reconciliation in captive squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus)
Fonte: Am J Primatol;50(2):159-67, Feb. 2000.
Idioma: En.
Resumo: The tendency for agonistic interaction to increase the probability of friendly interaction between social partners has been demonstrated across a range of Old World primates. While research on such post-conflict behaviour proceeds into an hypothesis-testing phase, new comparative information must accumulate to provide full phylogenetic perspective on primate social behaviour. Data from New World and prosimian primates are extremely limited. We studied captive squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus) via post-conflict (PC) and matched control (MC) observations and analyzed results using both the PC-MC and time-rule methods. Former opponents maintaining affiliative relationships soon engaged in friendly interaction following large proportions of agonistic interactions, whereas non-affiliated individuals, including virtually all male-female pairs, reconciled conflicts rarely. Close-proximity approaching and huddling contact constituted the principal modes of post-conflict amicability. Agonistic interactions of relatively high intensity were most likely to be reconciled via physical contact. High vulnerability of Saimiri to predation may have favoured this species' strong inclination to reconcile soon after agonistic interaction. Research on free-living populations of this and other primate sepcies is needed to illuminate similarities and differences across taxa. (AU)
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