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Back in 1999, scientists cloned a rhesus monkey named Tetra using a method called embryo-splitting, which is easier to execute than SCNT but cannot generate as many offspring.
The vaccine reduced tuberculosis infections by 70 percent in rhesus monkeys, according to a paper published Monday in the journal Nature Medicine.
She and Able, a rhesus monkey, returned to earth healthy and were treated as celebrities.
The long list of animals known to have been infected by canine distemper includes rhesus monkeys, pandas, American black bears, South American jaguars and even seals.
In a new study published in the journal Neuron, the researchers finally succeeded—at least in rhesus monkeys.
In order to study the premotor cortex, Dr. Mazurek and his co-author, Dr. Marc H. Schieber, trained two rhesus monkeys to play a game.
Such feedback loops have been well documented in birds, mice, cats and rhesus monkeys.
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