T J Gatesman

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Ten rhesus (Macaca mulatta) and six fascicularis (Macaca fascicularis) macaques were inoculated with HIV-2ben using three different virus preparations and two routes of inoculation. Thirteen of the 16 inoculated macaques seroconverted 2-6 weeks after infection. Three M. mulatta remained seronegative. The seroconverted animals developed antibody titres from(More)
Carfentanil was used to anaesthetise 46 adult grey seals (Halichoerus grypus) on 78 occasions during two breeding seasons. The mean dose was 9.92 micrograms/kg bodyweight during the first season and 10.22 micrograms/kg during the second. Naloxone hydrochloride was used as the antagonist, averaging 0.53 mg/kg and 1.73 mg/kg over the two periods although the(More)
A case of severe neurological deficiency syndrome marked by visual impairment, motor disturbances, and bilateral extensive glial scarring of the posterior parietal cortex is described in an infant rhesus monkey. Although morphologically resembling perinatal asphyxia, the possibility of a perinatal or postnatal Herpesvirus simiae infection is discussed.
We determined the amylase levels in serum samples from six callitrichid species. The normal serum amylase values for all of these species was within or higher than the normal human range. Amylase values higher than the normal range occurred not only in association with pancreatitis but also pyometra, bone fracture, abscesses, diabetes mellitus and(More)
It is reported on four cases of pseudotuberculosis in 2 Saimiri sciureus, 1 Callithrix jacchus/penicillata hybrid and 1 S. oedipus. The animals came from two different groups, one being infected with Y. pseudotuberculosis serotype I, the other with Y. pseudotuberculosis serotype II. All cases showed intestinal infection of thermophile Campylobacter.(More)
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