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[The reaction of monkeys to the administration of leukemia patients' blood (preliminary report)].
[Hemorrhagic fever in monkeys].
Clinical, hematological, and morphological manifestations of the disease along with certain epidemiological facts give a basis to propose that the disease belongs to the group of hemorrhagic fevers of viral etiology.
[Comprehensive radionuclide method of studying focal liver lesions].
- A. Volkov, A. M. Granov, L. Iakovleva, A. E. Borisov
- MedicineMeditsinskaia radiologiia
- 1 November 1983
A comprehensive radionuclide method was used and it has been established that blood flow quantitative indices changed by 1.5-2 times and the prevalence of the arterial component of the hepatic blood flow in all the segments can indicate cirrhotic lesions.
[SV-40 virus infection of monkeys in North Vietnamese jungle].
[Study of virus-associated lymphomas in primates using a model of malignant lymphoma of the baboon].
An outbreak of malignant lymphoma was registered in a population of hamadryas baboons and the relationship between HTLV virus and C-type oncovirus as well as their relevance to human hemoblastosis are being under study.
[Large-cell anaplastic malignant CD30/Ki-1-positive T-type lymphoma, associated with STLV-1 virus (baboon malignant lymphoma model].
Comparative examination was carried out in 5 cases of baboon T-LCAL as a part of long-term investigation of the lymphoma outbreak in Sukhumi monkey stock, finding the presence of T-cell markers and antigens of cell activation and STLV-provirus integration in DNA of lymphoma cells in PCR was determined.
[Modelling of malignant lymphoma in rabbits using primate oncogenic viruses. Preliminary report].
- L. Iakovleva, V. V. Timanovskaia, L. Indzhiia, B. Lapin, A. Voevodin
- Biology, MedicineBiulleten' eksperimental'noi biologii i meditsiny
- 1 March 1987
The results obtained demonstrated high oncogenicity of the viruses produced by simian permanent cellular MAL lines for rabbits, and reacted positively with cytoplasmic antigens of simian 594S-F9 cells and human C91-PL cells.
[A case of leukemia in a monkey exposed to roentgen irradiation for a prolonged period of time].
[Tumors of the gastrointestinal tract in monkeys following prolonged intake of cholesterol].