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Normal T-cell turnover in sooty mangabeys harboring active simian immunodeficiency virus infection. (1/33)

Sooty mangabeys naturally infected with simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV) remain healthy though they harbor viral loads comparable to those in rhesus macaques that progress to AIDS. To assess the immunologic basis of disease resistance in mangabeys, we compared the effect of SIV infection on T-cell regeneration in both monkey species. Measurement of the proliferation marker Ki-67 by flow cytometry showed that mangabeys harbored proliferating T cells at a level of 3 to 4% in peripheral blood irrespective of their infection status. In contrast, rhesus macaques demonstrated a naturally high fraction of proliferating T cells (7%) that increased two- to threefold following SIV infection. Ki-67(+) T cells were predominantly CD45RA(-), indicating increased proliferation of memory cells in macaques. Quantitation of an episomal DNA product of T-cell receptor alpha rearrangement (termed alpha1 circle) showed that the concentration of recent thymic emigrants in blood decreased with age over a 2-log unit range in both monkey species, consistent with age-related thymic involution. SIV infection caused a limited decrease of alpha1 circle numbers in mangabeys as well as in macaques. Dilution of alpha1 circles by T-cell proliferation likely contributed to this decrease, since alpha1 circle numbers and Ki-67(+) fractions correlated negatively. These findings are compatible with immune exhaustion mediated by abnormal T-cell proliferation, rather than with early thymic failure, in SIV-infected macaques. Normal T-cell turnover in SIV-infected mangabeys provides an explanation for the long-term maintenance of a functional immune system in these hosts.  (+info)

Catarrhine photopigments are optimized for detecting targets against a foliage background. (2/33)

The colour vision of many primates is trichromatic, whereas that of all other mammals is thought to be dichromatic or monochromatic. Moreover, the triplets of cone pigments in different catarrhines (Old World apes and monkeys) are strikingly similar in their spectral positions. We ask whether the selective advantage of trichromacy lies in an enhanced ability to find edible leaves or fruit. Further, we ask whether any factor in these two search tasks has constrained the particular set of cone spectral sensitivities observed in all catarrhines. We measured the spectral properties of the natural environments of six primate species in Uganda: Pan troglodytes, Cercopithecus mitis, Cercopithecus ascanius, Lophocebus albigena, Colobus guereza and Colobus badius. We concentrated on the fruit and leaves in their diets and the leaves of the trees that make up the background against which these diet items must be found. We plotted these measured stimuli in colour spaces appropriate for each primate species, and found that both frugivory and folivory are facilitated by the extra dimension of colour vision found in catarrhines but lacking in most other mammals. Furthermore, by treating the task of searching for food as a signal-detection task, we show that, of all possible combinations of cone sensitivities, the spectral positions of the actual primate pigments are optimal for finding fruit or young leaves against the background of mature leaves. This is because the variance of the chromaticities of the mature leaves is minimised in one channel of the primate's colour vision, so allowing anything that is not a mature leaf to stand out.  (+info)

Characterization of novel simian immunodeficiency viruses from red-capped mangabeys from Nigeria (SIVrcmNG409 and -NG411). (3/33)

Two novel simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV) strains from wild-caught red-capped mangabeys (Cercocebus torquatus torquatus) from Nigeria were characterized. Sequence analysis of the fully sequenced SIV strain rcmNG411 (SIVrcmNG411) and gag and pol sequence of SIVrcmNG409 revealed that they were genetically most closely related to the recently characterized SIVrcm from Gabon (SIVrcmGB1). Thus, red-capped mangabeys from distant geographic locations harbor a common lineage of SIV. SIVrcmNG411 carried a vpx gene in addition to vpr, suggesting a common evolutionary ancestor with SIVsm (from sooty mangabeys). However, SIVrcm was only marginally closer to SIVsm in that region than to any of the other lentiviruses. SIVrcm showed the highest similarity in pol with SIVdrl, isolated from a drill, a primate that is phylogenetically distinct from mangabey monkeys, and clustered with other primate lentiviruses (primarily SIVcpz [from chimpanzees] and SIVagmSab [from African green monkeys]) discordantly in different regions of the genome, suggesting a history of recombination. Despite the genetic relationship to SIVcpz in the pol gene, SIVrcmNG411 did not replicate in chimpanzee peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC), although two other viruses unrelated to SIVcpz, SIVmndGB1 (from mandrills) and SIVlhoest (from L'Hoest monkeys), were able to grow in chimpanzee PBMC. The CCR5 24-bp deletion previously described in red-capped mangabeys from Gabon was also observed in Nigerian red-capped mangabeys, and SIVrcmNG411, like SIVrcmGB1, used CCR2B and STRL33 as coreceptors for virus entry. SIVrcm, SIVsm, SIVmndGB1, and all four SIVlhoest isolates but not SIVsun (from sun-tailed monkeys) replicated efficiently in human PBMC, suggesting that the ability to infect the human host can vary within one lineage.  (+info)

Molecular epidemiology of simian T-lymphotropic virus (STLV) in wild-caught monkeys and apes from Cameroon: a new STLV-1, related to human T-lymphotropic virus subtype F, in a Cercocebus agilis. (4/33)

A serological survey for human T-lymphotropic virus (HTLV)/simian T-lymphotropic virus (STLV) antibodies was performed in 102 wild-caught monkeys and apes from 15 (sub)species originating from Cameroon. Two animals (a Mandrillus sphinx and a Cercocebus agilis) exhibited a complete HTLV-1 seroreactivity pattern while two others lacked either the p24 (a Mandrillus sphinx) or the MTA-1/gp46 bands (a Pan troglodytes). Sequence comparison and phylogenetic analyses, using a 522 bp env gene fragment and the complete LTR, indicated that the two mandrill STLV strains belonged to the HTLV/STLV subtype D clade while the chimpanzee strain clustered in the HTLV/STLV subtype B clade. The Cercocebus agilis STLV strain, the first one found in this species, was closely related to the two HTLV/STLV subtype F strains. Such data indicate that the African biodiversity of STLV-1 in the wild is far from being known and reinforces the hypothesis of interspecies transmission of STLV-1 from monkeys and apes to humans leading to the present day distribution of HTLV-1 in African inhabitants.  (+info)

Complete sequence of a novel highly divergent simian T-cell lymphotropic virus from wild-caught red-capped mangabeys (Cercocebus torquatus) from Cameroon: a new primate T-lymphotropic virus type 3 subtype. (5/33)

Among 65 samples obtained from a primate rescue center located in Cameroon, two female adult red-capped mangabeys (Cercocebus torquatus) (CTO-602 and CTO-604), of wild-caught origin, had a peculiar human T-cell lymphotropic virus type 2 (HTLV-2)-like Western blot seroreactivity (p24, RGD21, +/-K55). Analyses of the simian T-cell lymphotropic virus type 3 (STLV-3)/CTO-604 complete proviral sequence (8,919 bp) indicated that this novel strain was highly divergent from HTLV-1 (60% nucleotide similarity), HTLV-2 (62%), or STLV-2 (62%) prototypes. It was, however, related to STLV-3/PH-969 (87%), a divergent STLV strain previously isolated from an Eritrean baboon. The STLV-3/CTO-604 sequence possesses the major open reading frames corresponding to the structural, enzymatic, and regulatory proteins. However, its long terminal repeat is shorter, with only two 21-bp repeats. Furthermore, as demonstrated by reverse transcriptase PCR, this new STLV exhibits significant differences from STLV-3/PH-969 at the mRNA splice junction position level. In all phylogenetic analyses, STLV-3/CTO-604 and STLV-3/PH-969 clustered in a highly supported single clade, indicating an evolutionary lineage independent from primate T-lymphotropic virus type 1 (PTLV-1) and PTLV-2. Nevertheless, the nucleotide divergence between STLV-3/PH-969 and STLV-3/CTO-604 is equivalent to or higher than the divergence observed between the different HTLV-1 or HTLV-2 subtypes. Thus, the STLV-3/CTO-604 strain can be considered the prototype of a second subtype in the PTLV-3 type. The presence of two related viruses in evolutionarily distantly related African monkeys species, living in two opposite ecosystems (rain forest versus desert), reinforces the possible African origin of PTLV and opens new avenues regarding the search for a possible human counterpart of these viruses in individuals exhibiting such HTLV-2-like seroreactivities.  (+info)

Divergent simian T-cell lymphotropic virus type 3 (STLV-3) in wild-caught Papio hamadryas papio from Senegal: widespread distribution of STLV-3 in Africa. (6/33)

Among eight samples obtained from a French primatology research center, six adult guinea baboons (Papio hamadryas papio), caught in the wild in Senegal, had a peculiar human T-cell leukemia virus type 2 (HTLV-2)-like Western blot seroreactivity (p24(+), GD21(+), K55(+/-)). Partial sequence analyses of the tax genes (433 bp) indicated that these baboons were infected by a novel divergent simian T-cell lymphotropic virus (STLV). Analyses of the complete proviral sequence (8,892 bp) for one of these strains (STLV-3/PPA-F3) indicate that this STLV was highly divergent from the HTLV-1 (61.6% of nucleotide similarity), HTLV-2 (61.2%), or STLV-2 (60.6%) prototype. It was, however, much more closely related to the few other known STLV-3 strains, exhibiting 87 and 89% of nucleotide similarity with STLV-3/PHA-PH969 (formerly PTLV-L/PH969) and STLV-3/CTO-604, respectively. The STLV-3/PPA-F3 sequence possesses the major HTLV or STLV open reading frames corresponding to the structural, enzymatic, and regulatory proteins. However, its long terminal repeat comprises only two 21-bp repeats. In all phylogenetic analyses, STLV-3/PPA-F3 clustered together in a highly supported single clade with the other known strains of STLV-3, indicating an independent evolution from primate T-cell lymphotropic virus type 1 (PTLV-1) and PTLV-2. The finding of a new strain of STLV-3 in a West African monkey (Guinea baboon) greatly enlarges the geographical distribution and the host range of species infected by this PTLV type in the African continent. The recent discovery of several different STLV-3 strains in many different African monkey species, often in contact with humans, strongly suggests potential interspecies transmission events, as it was described for STLV-1, between nonhuman primates but also to humans.  (+info)

A novel, divergent simian T-cell lymphotropic virus type 3 in a wild-caught red-capped mangabey (Cercocebus torquatus torquatus) from Nigeria. (7/33)

We present here a novel, distinct simian T-cell lymphotropic virus (STLV) found in a red-capped mangabey (Cercocebus torquatus) (CTO-NG409), wild-caught in Nigeria, that showed an HTLV-2-like Western blot (WB) seroreactivity. The complete genome (8920 bp) of CTO-NG409 STLV was related to but different from STLV-3/PHA-PH969 (13.5 %) and STLV-3/PPA-F3 (7.6 %), and STLV-3/CTO604 (11.3 %), found in Eritrean and Senegalese baboons, and red-capped mangabeys from Cameroon, respectively. Phylogenetic analysis of a conserved tax (180 bp) sequence and the env gene (1482 bp) confirmed the relatedness of STLV-3/CTO-NG409 to the STLV-3 subgroup. Molecular clock analysis of env estimated that STLV-3/CTO-NG409 diverged from East and West/Central African STLV-3s about 140,900+/-12,400 years ago, suggesting an ancient African origin of STLV-3. Since phylogenetic evidence suggests multiple interspecies transmissions of STLV-1 to humans, and given the antiquity and wide distribution of STLV-3 in Africa, a search for STLV-3 in human African populations with HTLV-2-like WB patterns is warranted.  (+info)

Simian T-cell leukemia virus (STLV) infection in wild primate populations in Cameroon: evidence for dual STLV type 1 and type 3 infection in agile mangabeys (Cercocebus agilis). (8/33)

Three types of human T-cell leukemia virus (HTLV)-simian T-cell leukemia virus (STLV) (collectively called primate T-cell leukemia viruses [PTLVs]) have been characterized, with evidence for zoonotic origin from primates for HTLV type 1 (HTLV-1) and HTLV-2 in Africa. To assess human exposure to STLVs in western Central Africa, we screened for STLV infection in primates hunted in the rain forests of Cameroon. Blood was obtained from 524 animals representing 18 different species. All the animals were wild caught between 1999 and 2002; 328 animals were sampled as bush meat and 196 were pets. Overall, 59 (11.2%) of the primates had antibodies cross-reacting with HTLV-1 and/or HTLV-2 antigens; HTLV-1 infection was confirmed in 37 animals, HTLV-2 infection was confirmed in 9, dual HTLV-1 and HTLV-2 infection was confirmed in 10, and results for 3 animals were indeterminate. Prevalences of infection were significantly lower in pets than in bush meat, 1.5 versus 17.0%, respectively. Discriminatory PCRs identified STLV-1, STLV-3, and STLV-1 and STLV-3 in HTLV-1-, HTLV-2-, and HTLV-1- and HTLV-2-cross-reactive samples, respectively. We identified for the first time STLV-1 sequences in mustached monkeys (Cercopithecus cephus), talapoins (Miopithecus ogouensis), and gorillas (Gorilla gorilla) and confirmed STLV-1 infection in mandrills, African green monkeys, agile mangabeys, and crested mona and greater spot-nosed monkeys. STLV-1 long terminal repeat (LTR) and env sequences revealed that the strains belonged to different PTLV-1 subtypes. A high prevalence of PTLV infection was observed among agile mangabeys (Cercocebus agilis); 89% of bush meat was infected with STLV. Cocirculation of STLV-1 and STLV-3 and STLV-1-STLV-3 coinfections were identified among the agile mangabeys. Phylogenetic analyses of partial LTR sequences indicated that the agile mangabey STLV-3 strains were more related to the STLV-3 CTO604 strain isolated from a red-capped mangabey (Cercocebus torquatus) from Cameroon than to the STLV-3 PH969 strain from an Eritrean baboon or the PPA-F3 strain from a baboon in Senegal. Our study documents for the first time that (i) a substantial proportion of wild-living monkeys in Cameroon is STLV infected, (ii) STLV-1 and STLV-3 cocirculate in the same primate species, (iii) coinfection with STLV-1 and STLV-3 occurs in agile mangabeys, and (iv) humans are exposed to different STLV-1 and STLV-3 subtypes through handling primates as bush meat.  (+info)

*List of primates by population

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*Sooty mangabey

Cercocebus atys atys (west of the Sassandra River) White-collared (or White-crowned) mangabey, Cercocebus atys lunulatus (east ... Sooty Mangabey Photos and information about the Sooty Mangabey (Cercocebus atys). ARKive. Primate Info Net Cercocebus atys ... The sooty mangabey (Cercocebus atys) is an Old World monkey found in forests from Senegal in a margin along the coast down to ... Oates, J. F.; Gippoliti, S. & Groves, C. P. (2016). "Cercocebus atys". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2016.2. ...

*Collared mangabey

Nguyen, Khoa Huu (1999). "Cercocebus torquatus". Animal Diversity Web. Retrieved 6 January 2012. Media related to Cercocebus ... The collared mangabey (Cercocebus torquatus), also known as the red-capped mangabey, or the white-collared mangabey (leading to ... Oates, J. F.; Gippoliti, S. & Groves, C. P. (2008). "Cercocebus torquatus". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 2008 ... ISBN 0-9648825-0-7. Matthew Richardson (26 March 2009). "Red-capped mangabey (Cercocebus torquatus)". ARKive. Retrieved 6 ...

*Tana River mangabey

The species has white eyelids that contrast to its darker face like other Cercocebus species. This contrast in the eyelids is ... Butynski, T. M.; Struhsaker, T.; Kingdon, J. & De Jong, Y. (2008). "Cercocebus galeritus". The IUCN Red List of Threatened ... The Tana River mangabey (Cercocebus galeritus) is a highly endangered species of primate in the family Cercopithecidae. Some ... Ecological Correlates of Abundance in the Tana Mangabey (Cercocebus galeritus). American Journal of Primatology. Vol. 63 pp.125 ...

*Sanje mangabey

The Sanje mangabey (Cercocebus sanjei) is a highly endangered Old World monkey of the white-eyelid mangabey group from Tanzania ... Ehardt, C.; Butynski, T. M. & Struhsaker, T. (2008). "Cercocebus sanjei". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 2008: ...

*The World's 25 Most Endangered Primates

In the 2000-2002 and 2002-2004 reports, the mangabey was listed as Cercocebus galeritus sanjei, but it has since been ... Oates, J.F.; Gippoliti, S. & Groves, C.P. (2016). "Cercocebus lunulatus". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 2016: ... Butynski, T.M.; Struhsaker, T.; Kingdon, J. & De Jong, Y. (2008). "Cercocebus galeritus". The IUCN Red List of Threatened ... Ehardt, C.; Butynski, T.M. & Struhsaker, T. (2008). "Cercocebus sanjei". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 2008: e ...

*Golden-bellied mangabey

The golden-bellied mangabey (Cercocebus chrysogaster) is a social Old World monkey found in swampy, humid forests south of the ... Hart, J.; Butynski, T. M. & De Jong, Y. (2008). "Cercocebus chrysogaster". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 2008 ...

*Agile mangabey

The agile mangabey (Cercocebus agilis) is an Old World monkey of the white-eyelid mangabey group found in swampy forests of ... Hart, J.; Butynski, T. M. & Kingdon, J. (2008). "Cercocebus agilis". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 2008: e. ... "Cercocebus agilis agilis - International Species Information System Abstract". Retrieved 2008-07-19. ... Cercocebus agilis)". Archived from the original on 8 July 2008. Retrieved 2008-07-09. "Risk to Human Health from a Plethora of ...

*List of Old World monkey species

Groves, C.P. (2005). "Cercocebus atys". In Wilson, D.E.; Reeder, D.M. Mammal Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographic ... Groves, C.P. (2005). "Cercocebus agilis". In Wilson, D.E.; Reeder, D.M. Mammal Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographic ... Groves, C.P. (2005). "Cercocebus sanjei". In Wilson, D.E.; Reeder, D.M. Mammal Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographic ... Groves, C.P. (2005). "Cercocebus torquatus". In Wilson, D.E.; Reeder, D.M. Mammal Species of the World: A Taxonomic and ...

*Richard Lydekker

"Cercocebus chrysogaster". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. Retrieved 15 July 2015. Gillespie, Rosemary G.; Clague, D ...

*Janine Brown

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*Plasmodium georgesi

... in Cercocebus monkeys. P. georgesi infects Cercocebus albigena and Cercocebus galeritus agilis causing a remitting/relapsing ... et Plasmodium georgesi n. sp., parasites d'un Cercocebus albigena originaire de République Centrafricaine". Annales de ...

*William Charles Osman Hill

Osman Hill, W. C. (1974). Primates Comparative Anatomy and Taxonomy VII-Cynopithecinae (Cercocebus, Macaca, Cynopithecus). ...

*Hamlyn's monkey

This he believed to be an intermediate between Cercopithecus and Cercocebus. Hamlyn's monkey has one subspecies other than the ...

*Crowned eagle

In one extraordinary case, an adult male Sanje mangabey (Cercocebus sanjei), estimated to weigh 10 to 12 kg (22 to 26 lb), ... Jones, T.; Laurent, S.; Mselewa, F. & Mtui, A. (2004). "Sanje mangabey Cercocebus sanjei kills an African crowned eagle ... Cercocebus galeritus). African Primates, 7(2), Pp 218. Brown L. H. (1963). "Observations on East African birds of prey". ...

*Sexual swelling

One example of this stems from research into sooty mangabey (Cercocebus atys); the females of this species have been found to ... For instance, they occur in all species of Cercocebus, Mandrillus, Theropithecus, Papio and Pan, and in most macaques, ... Cercocebus torquatus atys)". International Journal of Primatology. 12 (6): 585-597. doi:10.1007/BF02547671. ISSN 0164-0291. ...

*List of species protected by CITES Appendix I

Cercocebus galeritus Cercopithecus diana Cercopithecus roloway Cervus elaphus hanglu Chasmistes cujus Cheirogaleidae spp. ...

*White-eyelid mangabey

Genus Cercocebus Sooty mangabey, Cercocebus atys Collared mangabey, Cercocebus torquatus Agile mangabey, Cercocebus agilis ... Primate Info Net Cercocebus Factsheets Cercocebus in Animal Diversity Web This article incorporates text from a publication now ... Golden-bellied mangabey, Cercocebus chrysogaster Tana River mangabey, Cercocebus galeritus Sanje mangabey, Cercocebus sanjei ... The other two genera of mangabeys, Lophocebus and Rungwecebus, were once thought to be very closely related to Cercocebus, so ...

*Mandrill

Although they look superficially like baboons, they are more closely related to Cercocebus mangabeys. Mandrills are found in ...

*Sexual dimorphism in non-human primates

Sex differences in the vocal repertoire of adult red-capped mangabeys (Cercocebus torquatus): A multi-level acoustic analysis. ...

*Beatrice Hahn

Cercocebus atys). The realization that the transfer of SIVs had generated HIV led Hahn to conclude that presence of Acquired ...

*Procercocebus

Craniomandibular morphology supporting the diphyletic origin of mangabeys and a new genus of the Cercocebus/Mandrillus clade, ...

*Yawn

I. Quantitative Analysis and Study of Causation in Two Species of Old World Monkeys (Cercocebus albigena and Macaca ...

*Monte Alén National Park

Some of the primate species recorded are Colobus satanas, Cercocebus torquatus, mandrills (Mandrillus sphinx), gorillas ( ...

*History of emerging infectious diseases

It is established that HIV-2 originated from the sooty mangabey (Cercocebus atys), an Old World monkey of Guinea Bissau, Gabon ...
The grey-cheeked mangabey (Lophocebus albigena) is an Old World monkey that can be found in the forests of Central Africa. Its range stretches from Cameroon to Gabon. This monkey prefers habitats in primary forests or swamps within forests, but it has also been found in secondary forests. It was thought that these monkeys only lived in the higher canopy, but groups have been found searching for food on the forest floor. The diet of the grey-cheeked mangabey consists of shoots, flowers, and insects, but it mainly eats fruits such as figs. It will eat seasonal fruit as well.. The grey-cheeked mangabey will live in groups of up to thirty individuals, and these groups may contain several males. However, there is no alpha male and young males will leave to join other groups when they are ready. Female mangabey will reside in the group in which they are born. Groups have been known to split if one becomes too large. Each mangabey troop prefers to avoid other troops, so hostilities do not often ...
Molecular epidemiology of simian T-lymphotropic virus (STLV) in wild-caught monkeys and apes from Cameroon: a new STLV-1, related to human T-lyphotropic virus subtype F, in a Cercocebus agilis ...
Leccinum aurantiacum, is a species of fungus in the genus Leccinum. It is found in forests of Europe, North America and Asia and has a large, characteristically red-capped fruiting body. In North America, it is sometimes referred to by the common name red-capped scaber stalk. There are some uncertainties regarding the taxonomic classification of this species in Europe as well as in North America. It is considered edible. The cap is orange-red and measures up to 8 in (20 cm) across. Its flesh is white, bruising at first burgundy, then grayish or purple-black. The underside of the cap has very small whitish pores that bruise olive-brown. The stem measures 4-7 in (10-18 cm) tall and to a ¾-1¼ in (2-3 cm) thick and can bruise blue-green. It is whitish, with short, rigid projections or scabers that turn to brown to black with age. Leccinum aurantiacum can be found fruiting during summer and autumn in forests throughout Europe and North America. The association between fungus and host tree is ...
Colourization Adult: P.a. aterrimus: both adults in general black with powder from down giving a grey appearance, crimson bare cheek-patches and gape
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Macaulay Library ML170582; gray-cheeked mangabey; Lophocebus albigena; © Peter Waser; Kanyawara; near Makerere University Biological Field Station, Western, Uganda; 21 Aug 1974
GASTROINTESTINAL PARASITES OF CRITICALLY ENDANGERED PRIMATES ENDEMIC TO TANA RIVER, KENYA: TANA RIVER RED COLOBUS (PROCOLOBUS RUFOMITRATUS) AND CRESTED MANGABEY (CERCOCEBUS GALERITUS). Mbora, David N. M.; Munene, Elephas // Journal of Parasitology;Oct2006, Vol. 92 Issue 5, p928 The article reports on the fecal egg counts of gastrointestinal parasites of endangered primates endemic to the forest of Tana River, Kenya, to quantify the prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites. The crested mangabey are predicted to have higher prevalence of parasites than the Tana River red... ...
Application: ELISPOT, Immunohistochemistry, In vivo and in vitro neutralization, Intracellular staining, Luminex technology and Western blot analysis. Specificity: Binds with similar affinity to natural human, rhesus macaque, cynomolgus monkey, pig-tailed macaque, Japanese macaque, crested black macaque, barbary macaque, lion-tailed macaque, baboon, mandrill, African green monkey and black mangabey IFN-γ.Clone: MD-1. Isotype: Mouse IgG|sub|1. Production: In vitro using serum free medium. Purification: Ion exchange chromatography. Packaging: Lyophilized and vacuum-packed. Contents: 0.5 mg/vial. Buffer: Prior to lyophilization: 0.5 ml PBS + 125 mM trehalose.
As this patent readily explains, ingredients used in the vaccine are derived from the kidneys of African Green Monkeys who are first infected with the virus, then allowed to fester the disease, and then are killed so that their diseased organs can be used make vaccine ingredients. This is done in a cruel, inhumane flesh factory environment where the monkeys are subjected to a process that includes incubating said inoculated cell line to permit proliferation of said virus. Then: harvesting the virus resulting from step (c); and... (ii) preparing a vaccine from the harvested virus ...
Numerous studies have sought to link craniofacial morphology with behavioral ecology in primates. Extant hard-object feeders have been of particular interest because of their potential to inform our understanding about the diets of early fossil hominins. Sooty mangabeys (Cercocebus atys) are hard-object feeders that frequently generate what have been described as audibly powerful bites at wide jaw gapes to process materially stiff and hard seeds. We address the hypothesis that sooty mangabeys have features of the masticatory apparatus that facilitate this feeding behavior by comparing fiber architecture and leverage of the masseter and temporalis muscles between sooty mangabeys and three papionin primates that do not specialize on hard objects ...
A rare and endangered monkey in an African equatorial rainforest is providing a look into our climatic future through its DNA. Its genes show that wild drills (Mandrillus leucophaeus), already an overhunted species, may see ...
Agilis During Lacerta Lizards: 3 assigned downloads, like Male Sand Lizard Lacerta agilis, lying exposed on a rock from stock-photos
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Bron: http://www.naturalnews.com/026779_vaccine_flu_virus.html Wednesday, August 05, 2009 by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger Editor of NaturalNews.com (See all articles...) Tags: swine flu vaccines, health news, Natural News (NaturalNews) To most people, vaccines sound medically harmless. Theyre good for you! say the doctors and drug companies, but they never really talk about whats in those vaccines. Theres…
Definition of guenon in US English - an African monkey found mainly in forests, with a long tail and typically a brightly colored coat. The male is much larg
Agilis 2-lt Bath Features: Finish: Black, Brushed Nickel Glass: Lamina Blanca Shade Material: Glass Lamping: 2 x 100W A19 Medium Base Incandesce
Photo/image Sand Lizard (Lacerta agilis), Family: Lacertidae. Location Skagen Klitplantage, Danmark. Photographer: JC Schou, Photoid 74206
Molecular phylogeny of the free-living archezoan Trepomonas agilis and the nature of the first eukaryote.by T Cavalier-Smith, E E Chao. MiniManuscript.
Sponsoring Institution(s): Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund; Wildlife Conservation Society Research Objectives: Assessment of distribution, abundance, conservation status of the primates of the Udzungwa Mountains, both within Udzungwa Mountains National Park and in the forest reserves of these Eastern Arc mountains. Data also collected on demographics, genetics, and ecological parameters, principally for the endemic Sanje mangabey and recently discovered Highland mangabey Lophocebus kipunji.. Field Positions and Volunteers: Currently no additional funded positions open. Opportunities for training without travel support, although some field expenses might be covered. Inquiries welcomed.. Species Studied: Cercocebus sanjei (Sanje mangabey), Cercopithecus mitis (blue monkey), Colobus angolensis palliates (Angola colobus), Galago orinus (Uluguru bushbaby), Galago zanzibaricus (Zanzibar galago), Lophocebus kipunji (highland mangabey), Papio cynocephalus cynocephalus (yellow baboon), Piliocolobus ...
The Late Pleistocene global extinction of many terrestrial mammal species has been a subject of intensive scientific study for over a century, yet the relative contributions of environmental changes and the global expansion of humans remain unresolved. A defining component of these extinctions is a bias toward large species, with the majority of small-mammal taxa apparently surviving into the present. Here, we investigate the population-level history of a key tundra-specialist small mammal, the collared lemming (Dicrostonyx torquatus), to explore whether events during the Late Pleistocene had a discernible effect beyond the large mammal fauna. Using ancient DNA techniques to sample across three sites in North-West Europe, we observe a dramatic reduction in genetic diversity in this species over the last 50,000 y. We further identify a series of extinction-recolonization events, indicating a previously unrecognized instability in Late Pleistocene small-mammal populations, which we link with ...
Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) the Gram-positive bacteria species Micrococcus agilis. Micrococcus occurs in a wide range of environments, including water, dust, and soil. Magnification unknown. - Stock Image C028/2210
Aquino et al., 2008. Callicebus torquatus lucifer. Locality: Rio Algodon, in northern Peru is close to the border with Colombia, and located near the confluence of the Putumayo river (72°05W/02°29S - 72°10W/02°37S).. Description: General colouration dark brown. Crown with reddish brown hair; broad frontal band with dark brown hair. Facial skin light and moderately covered with short white hair. Dorsal side of trunk and neck chestnut brown; basal portion of hair lighter chestnut, terminal portion chestnut brown. Throat has a band of creamy-white hair extending laterally to the base of the ears. Ventral side of trunk light chestnut. Upper arm with chestnut brown hair, forearm blackish to black hair. Hand with short hair, basal part orange, terminal part yellow-creamy. Thigh with chestnut-brown hair; lower leg and foot with blackish hair. Tail generally blackish brown; basal portion of hair in proximal 2/3 of the tail reddish brown, terminal portion chestnut brown. Remainder of tail with ...
Did a contaminated polio vaccine cause the AIDS epidemic?. Like gossip, a juicy scientific hypothesis doesnt die easy. There has been a dilly percolating through the scientific community this last year, a suggestion at once horrifying and plausable. It has been suggested that a vaccine caused AIDS.. This is not as silly an idea as it might at first appear. To understand its peculiar force, let us quickly review what science knows about the origin of AIDS.. Despite loud claims to the contrary made by the lunatic fringe, the evidence is absolutely solid that AIDS is caused by a virus, human immunodeficiency virus, HIV for short.. When scientists analyzed the DNA sequence of HIV, it turned out to be quite similar to the DNA sequences of viruses found in African monkeys and chimpanzees, the so-called simian immunodeficiency viruses (SIV). The most common human AIDS virus, HIV-1, is so startlingly similar to the chimpanzee version of SIV that essentially all researchers agree the human virus must ...
Understanding the reasons why SIV-infected sooty mangabeys (SMs) remain healthy despite high viremia is a key unanswered question in contemporary AIDS research,...
Human T cell leukemia/lymphoma virus Type 1 and 2 (HTLV-1 and HTLV-2), together with their simian counterparts (STLV-1, STLV-2), belong to the Primate T lymphotropic viruses group (PTLV). The high percentage of homologies between HTLV-1 and STLV-1 strains, led to the demonstration that most HTLV-1 subtypes arose from interspecies transmission between monkeys and humans. STLV-3 viruses belong to the third PTLV type and are equally divergent from both HTLV-1 and HTLV-2. They are endemic in several monkey species that live in West, Central and East Africa. In 2005, we, and others reported the discovery of the human homolog (HTLV-3) of STLV-3 in two asymptomatic inhabitants from South Cameroon whose sera exhibited HTLV indeterminate serologies. More recently, two other cases of HTLV-3 infection in persons living in Cameroon were reported suggesting that this virus is not extremely rare in the human population living in Central Africa. Together with STLV-3, these human viral strains belong to the PTLV-3
encountering one of the monkeys in captivity in a village, the researchers observed the animal, known locally as the "lesula," in the wild and, after conducting DNA tests, confirmed that it is a unique species. Scientists say the new species has a naked face and muzzle, a blond chin, a reddish lower back and tail, and a "brilliant blue" patch of skin in the buttocks and scrotum area. The monkey, which researchers named Cercopithecus lomamiensis, is just the second new species of African monkey identified in the past 28 years. Researchers believe it was likely not identified by scientists earlier because of the remoteness of its 6,500-square-mile range. "If were finding new species of primates, then who knows how many new species of small mammals or lizards or insects, just to name a few, might be out there," said Eric Sargis, a professor at Yale University and one of the co-authors of the study. The findings are published in the journal PLoS ONE ...
Dan Mongrain, aka Mongrelboy, was kind enough to share these adorable pictures of the Toronto Zoos newborn baby mandrill. Little mandrills first cling to their moms bellies and then ride on their backs as they grow older and larger. Mandrill...
Researchers have taken a step towards understanding how some species of monkeys such as sooty mangabeys and African green monkeys do not get AIDS when infected with SIV, the simian equivalent of HIV.
Meaningful Gesture in Monkeys Investigating whether Mandrills Create Social Culture. . Biblioteca virtual para leer y descargar libros, documentos, trabajos y tesis universitarias en PDF. Material universiario, documentación y tareas realizadas por universitarios en nuestra biblioteca. Para descargar gratis y para leer online.
Arnold, K., K. Zuberbuehler. 2008. Meaningful call combinations in a non-human primate. Current Biology, 18: 202-203. Bitty, E., W. McGraw. 2007. Locomotion and Habitat Use of Stampfliis Putty-Nosed Monkey (Cercopithecus nictitans stampflii) in the Tai National Park, Ivory Coast. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 134: 383-391. Boinski, S., P. Garber. 2000. On the Move: How and why Animals Travel in Groups. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Cardini, A., S. Elton. 2008. Variation in guenon skulls (I): species divergence, ecological and genetic differences. Journal of Human Evolution, 54: 615-637. Chapman, C., L. Chapman, M. Cords, J. Gathua, A. Gautier-Hion, J. Lambert, K. Rode, C. Tutin, L. White. 2002. K., Tutin, C. E. G., and White, L. J. T. 2002. Variation in the diets of Cercopithecus species: Differences within forests, among forests and across species. Pp. 325-350 in M Glenn, M Cords, eds. The Guenons: Diversity and Adaptation in African Monkeys. New York: Kluwer Academic ...
Mitochondrial 12S and cytochrome B sequences were identical in all four animals and confirmed that the monkeys were M. sphinx [9, 10]. In addition, the cytochrome B sequences were indistinguishable from the recently described northern mandrill haplotype (Figure 1B) [10], suggesting that the captive animals descended from founders originating from a locale north of the Ogooué River (see Figure 1A). SIV-pol fragments could be amplified from PBMC of both adult mandrills CAS and REB with the primer set specific for SIVmnd2, but not with SIVmnd1 specific primers. However, analysis of the cloned fragments showed that these were 96-97% identical to SIVdrl-1FAO (GenBank acc. no. AY159321) isolated from a drill monkey (Mandrillus leucophaeus), with a lower sequence identity to SIVmnd2 (± 85% to GenBank acc. no. AF367411), and to SIVmnd1 (,64% to GenBank acc. no. M27470). Although SIVmnd2 and SIVdrl are more closely related to each other than the two SIVmnd strains, SIVdrl has several mismatches with ...
Pratylenchus jordanensis n. sp. is differentiated from previously described Pratylenchus species, except P. agilis Thorne & Malek, 1968, P. hexincisus Taylor & Jenkins, 1957, P. crassi Das & Sultana, 1979 and P. scribneri Steiner, 1943, by the absence of males, empty Spermatheca of the female, cephalic region with two annules and slightly offset from the body, short stylet (, 18 um), V coefficient less than 80, undifferentiated post-vulval sac (16.2 um in length) and smooth tail terminus. It differs from the above-mentioned four species in the indentation of the tail terminus. It also differs from P. agilis (as described by Thorne & Malek, 1968) in its shorter stylet (14.6 vs. 17.8 um) and apparently slower movements, and from P. hexincisus (as described by Taylor & Jenkins, 1957 and Thorne & Malek, 1968) in having four incisures on the lateral field, often with additional oblique striae in the central band at mid-body (six incisures, some of which are irregularly broken at mid-body, in P. ...
Dark leafy greens, turkey breast, wild-caught Alaskan salmon, fermented foods, and blueberries are just some of the best foods to eat when youre stressed.

Cercocebus torquatus - Wikimedia CommonsCercocebus torquatus - Wikimedia Commons

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Sooty mangabeys (Cercocebus atys)Sooty mangabeys (Cercocebus atys)

... Recordings of vocalisations, images, video clips and links to published research. for ...
more infohttp://www.unine.ch/compcog/en/home/audio_visual_material/sooty-mangabeys-cercocebus-atys.html

Primate Factsheets: Sooty mangabey (Cercocebus atys) Taxonomy, Morphology, & EcologyPrimate Factsheets: Sooty mangabey (Cercocebus atys) Taxonomy, Morphology, & Ecology

Cercocebus atys. ,Taxonomy, Morphology, & Ecology, , Behavior , Conservation , References , Links , AV. This sheet covers the " ... Cercocebus atys The sooty mangabey is found on the west coast of Africa from Senegal to Ghana and in every coastal country ... Genus: Cercocebus. Species: C. atys. Subspecies: C. a. atys, C. a. lunulatus. ... The sooty mangabey is somewhat less sexually dimorphic than Cercocebus torquatus (Groves 2001). Maximum longevity of the sooty ...
more infohttp://pin.primate.wisc.edu/factsheets/entry/sooty_mangabey

SOCS1 - Uncharacterized protein - Cercocebus atys (Sooty mangabey) - SOCS1 gene & proteinSOCS1 - Uncharacterized protein - Cercocebus atys (Sooty mangabey) - SOCS1 gene & protein

Cercocebus atys (Sooty mangabey) (Cercocebus torquatus atys)Imported. Automatic assertion inferred from database entriesi ... tr,A0A2K5KNU8,A0A2K5KNU8_CERAT Uncharacterized protein OS=Cercocebus atys OX=9531 GN=SOCS1 PE=4 SV=1 ...
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PUF60 - Uncharacterized protein - Cercocebus atys (Sooty mangabey) - PUF60 gene & proteinPUF60 - Uncharacterized protein - Cercocebus atys (Sooty mangabey) - PUF60 gene & protein

Cercocebus atys (Sooty mangabey) (Cercocebus torquatus atys)Imported. Automatic assertion inferred from database entriesi ... tr,A0A2K5MFC1,A0A2K5MFC1_CERAT Uncharacterized protein OS=Cercocebus atys OX=9531 GN=PUF60 PE=4 SV=1 ...
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Index of /genomes/Cercocebus atys/Index of /genomes/Cercocebus atys/

Index of /genomes/Cercocebus_atys/. ../ CHR_Un/ 31-Mar-2015 19:54 - GFF/ 31-Mar-2015 19:54 - Gnomon/ 31-Mar-2015 19:54 - RNA/ ...
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Natural infection of a household pet red-capped mangabey (Cercocebus torquatus torquatus) with a new simian immunodeficiency...Natural infection of a household pet red-capped mangabey (Cercocebus torquatus torquatus) with a new simian immunodeficiency...

Cercocebus torquatus torquatus) with a new simian immunodeficiency virus. ... Natural infection of a household pet red-capped mangabey (Cercocebus torquatus torquatus) with a new simian immunodeficiency ... Cercocebus torquatus torquatus) was identified as harboring SIV-cross-reactive antibodies. A virus isolate, termed SIVrcm, was ...
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Red-capped Mangabey - Binder Park ZooRed-capped Mangabey - Binder Park Zoo

Red-capped mangabeys are endangered primates native to the jungles of Nigeria. They have distinctive markings around their eyes and a variety of vocalizations for communicating with other troop members. Two females live at Binder Park Zoo, Lola and Kanzu. Lola and Kanzu enjoy training sessions with keeper staff. They are trained to present their hands and feet on cue, stand or climb up the mesh, and staff is working with them on injection training. All training is done by operant conditioning where the animal can choose to participate or not. Training is done for medical purposes to help us evaluate their health in a stress-free environment. Their favorite reward for training is fruit. Wild mangabeys spend much of their day foraging for food. Lola and Kanzu can be seen foraging in the leaves and grass for insects or food placed there by zookeeper staff - enrichment that promotes natural behaviors and keeps their minds stimulated. One of their favorite enrichment items are puzzle feeders that ...
more infohttps://binderparkzoo.org/animal/red-capped-mangabey/

Grey-cheeked mangabey - WikipediaGrey-cheeked mangabey - Wikipedia

Cercocebus. (White-eyelid. mangabeys). *Sooty mangabey (C. atys). *Collared mangabey (C. torquatus) ...
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Barbary macaque - WikipediaBarbary macaque - Wikipedia

Cercocebus. (White-eyelid. mangabeys). *Sooty mangabey (C. atys). *Collared mangabey (C. torquatus) ...
more infohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macaca_sylvanus

Phylogenetic analysis of the African papionin basicranium using 3-D geometric morphometrics: The need for improved methods to...Phylogenetic analysis of the African papionin basicranium using 3-D geometric morphometrics: The need for improved methods to...

The basicranium has been argued to contain a strong phylogenetic signal in previous analyses of primate cranial morphology. Therefore, further study of basicranial morphology may offer new insights into controversial phylogenetic relationships within primate groups. In this study, I apply 3-D geometric morphometric techniques in a phylogenetic analysis of the African papionin basicranium. The effects of allometry strongly influence African papionin basicranial morphology and, unless these size effects are controlled or eliminated, phylogenetic analyses suggest traditional phylogenetic groupings of small taxa (mangabeys) and large taxa (geladas, mandrills, drills, and baboons). When the effects of allometry are eliminated by excluding size-correlated principal components (PCs) or by regression analysis with retention of residuals, phylogenetic analyses of African papionin basicranial morphology are incongruent with recent molecular and morphological studies. By contrast, a cladistic analysis of ...
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Monkey | primate | Britannica.comMonkey | primate | Britannica.com

Cercocebus (mangabeys). 7 African species. *. Papio (baboons). 5 African and Arabian species. ...
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ArboCat Virus: Lagos bat (BATV)ArboCat Virus: Lagos bat (BATV)

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Wiley Online Library: Search Results PageWiley Online Library: Search Results Page

Cherry-crowned mangabey Cercocebus torquatus European studbook and White-naped mangabey Cercocebus atys lunulatus EEP results. ... Mangabey (Cercocebus albigena) ranging patterns in relation to fruit availability and the risk of parasite infection in Kibale ... Mangabey (Cercocebus albigena) population density, group size, and ranging: A twenty-year comparison. American Journal of ... Sex and age differences in the diet and ingestive behaviors of sooty mangabeys (Cercocebus atys) in the Tai forest, Ivory coast ...
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Figure 2 - Simian T-Lymphotropic Virus Diversity among Nonhuman Primates, Cameroon - Volume 15, Number 2-February 2009 -...Figure 2 - Simian T-Lymphotropic Virus Diversity among Nonhuman Primates, Cameroon - Volume 15, Number 2-February 2009 -...

Cercocebus torquatus; Ppa, Papio papio; Ph, Papio hamadryas; Tge, Theropithecus gelada. Cag, Cercocebus agilis; Lal, Lophocebus ... Cercocebus agilis; Mar, Macaca arctoides; Pha, Papio hamadryas; Pan, Papio anubis; Bab, baboon; HYB, hybrid baboon (Pha X Pan ...
more infohttps://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/content/15/2/175-f2.htm

Figure 2 - Simian T-Lymphotropic Virus Diversity among Nonhuman Primates, Cameroon - Volume 15, Number 2-February 2009 -...Figure 2 - Simian T-Lymphotropic Virus Diversity among Nonhuman Primates, Cameroon - Volume 15, Number 2-February 2009 -...

Cercocebus torquatus; Ppa, Papio papio; Ph, Papio hamadryas; Tge, Theropithecus gelada. Cag, Cercocebus agilis; Lal, Lophocebus ... Cercocebus agilis; Mar, Macaca arctoides; Pha, Papio hamadryas; Pan, Papio anubis; Bab, baboon; HYB, hybrid baboon (Pha X Pan ...
more infohttps://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/15/2/08-0584-f2

Grey-cheeked Mangabey | CITESGrey-cheeked Mangabey | CITES

Synonyms:Cercocebus albigena, Cercocebus aterrimus. Distribution: central Africa. CITES listing: Appendix II (04/02/1977). ...
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Primate FactsheetsPrimate Factsheets

Cercocebus (mangabey). *. Cercocebus atys (sooty mangabey) *Cercopithecus (guenon). *Cheirogaleus (dwarf lemur). *. Chiropotes ...
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Intraforaminal repair of plexus spinal nerves by a posterior approach: an experimental study in: Journal of Neurosurgery Volume...Intraforaminal repair of plexus spinal nerves by a posterior approach: an experimental study in: Journal of Neurosurgery Volume...

Cercocebus Macaca Cynopithecus. New York: John Wiley & Sons1974 pp 435-439Hill WCO: Primates: Comparative Anatomy and Taxonomy ... Cercocebus, Macaca, Cynopithecus.. New York. : John Wiley & Sons. , 1974. , pp 435. -. 439. Hill WCO: Primates: Comparative ... Cercocebus Macaca Cynopithecus. New York: John Wiley & Sons 1974 pp 435-439 ... Cercocebus, Macaca, Cynopithecus.. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1974, pp 435-439. ), false ...
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SWISS-MODEL Repository | A0A024RAP5SWISS-MODEL Repository | A0A024RAP5

Cercocebus atys: A0A2K5NY11 ; Callithrix jacchus: F7HVH6 ; Pteropus alecto: L5L209 ; Erinaceus europaeus: A0A1S3ASI5 ; Gallus ...
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Cercocebus atys: A0A2K5KXP4 ; Austropotamobius pallipes: A0A221C7D5 ; Austropotamobius torrentium: A0A221C7E1 ; Callithrix ...
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  • Position Description: Two dedicated volunteer field assistants are needed to help with the habituation of western lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) and agile mangabeys (Cercocebus agilis) at the Bai Hokou and Mongambe Primate Habituation Camps in the Dzanga Sangha Protected Areas Complex (DSPA), Central African Republic. (4apes.com)
  • Az aranyhas mang b (Cercocebus chrysogaster) az vil gi majmok, ezen bel l a cerk ff l k k z tartoz faj, amely Nyugat-Afrik ban, a Kong -medence s r erd s geiben shonos. (allat24.hu)