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  • n. A long-tailed Asian macaque, Macaca fascicularis, that feeds on shellfish


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  • The common monkey, Macacus cynomolgus, which is found in all the

    The Malay Archipelago

  • The common monkey, Macacus cynomolgus, which is found in all the Indo-Malayan islands, and has spread from Java through Bali and Lombock to Timor.

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  • A number of non-human primate species, such as cynomolgus macaques, rhesus, owl, and African green monkeys and chimpanzees are susceptible to HEV infection and some have been used successfully as animal models of hepatitis E

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  • "Alterations in male infant behaviors towards its mother by prenatal exposure to bisphenol A in cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis) during early suckling period."

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  • The main of cynomolgus makatussin of time is probably controls.

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  • In a high containment biosafety level 4 laboratory, Jahrling and his colleagues have been infecting monkeys, specifically cynomolgus macaques, with smallpox via aerosol and/or intravenous routes.

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  • They are the common bare-lipped monkey (Macacus cynomolgus), which is found all over the western islands of the Archipelago, and may have been introduced by natives, who often carry it about captive.

    The Malay Archipelago

  • After I had had the little Mias about three weeks, I fortunately obtained a young hare-lip monkey (Macacus cynomolgus), which, though small, was very active, and could feed itself.

    The Malay Archipelago

  • On the banks were an abundance of monkeys — the common Macacus cynomolgus, a black Semnopithecus, and the extraordinary long-nosed monkey (Nasalis larvatus), which is as large as a three-year old child, has a very long tail, and a fleshy nose longer than that of the biggest-nosed man.

    The Malay Archipelago

  • Ebola-related filoviruses were isolated from cynomolgus monkeys (Macacca fascicularis) imported into the United States of America from the Philippines in 1989.

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