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Properties of a baboon lymphotropic herpesvirus related to Epstein‐Barr virus
Antigenic comparison with Epstein‐Barr virus showed that the baboon herpesvirus and EBV shared cross‐reacting viral capsid antigens (VCA), and preliminary molecular hybridization studies showed only approximately 40% homology between viral DNA of baboon cell lines and DNA of EBV derived from P3HR‐1 cells.
The establishment of continuous lymphoblastoid suspension cell cultures from hematopoietic organs of baboon (Papio hamadryas) with malignant lymphoma.
Continuous lymphoblastoid suspension cultures from cells of haematopoietic organs of baboons with malignant lymphoma. Report III: Immunological studies.
Identification of the soluble HVP-associated antigen of the lymphoblastoid cell line established from lymphomatous baboon (Papio hamadryas).
- A. Voevodin, B. Lapin, V. Agrba, V. Timanovskaya
- Biology, MedicineActa biologica et medica Germanica
Using this test, it was shown that the soluble antigen indistinguishable from EBV-associated soluble antigen was present in KMPG-1 cells producing HVP.
Continuous lymphoblastoid suspension cultures from cells of haematopoietic organs of baboons with malignant lymphoma--biological characterization and biological properties of the herpes virus…
Use of Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Possible Repair of Doxorubicin-Damaged Organs and Tissues in Experimental Monkeys
Three injections of doxorubicin to rhesus macaques cause severe intoxication, characterized by anemia, cachexia, and degeneration of the viscera, and the increase in activity of proinflammatory cytokine IL-6 was paralleled by an increase in the level of C-reactive protein.
Water Immersion as a Model of Hypogravity
- I. N. Klotz, T. E. Gvozdik, B. Lapin
- Biology, PsychologyBulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine
- 1 June 2019
The effects of hypogravity modeled by water immersion on cognitive functions and physiological parameters of monkeys are studied to correspond to changes of physiological parameters in astronauts during space flights.
No evidence for productive PERV infection of baboon cells in in vivo infection model.
A pig to baboon cell transplantation model with special emphasis on B-cell effective immunosuppression, removal of anti Gal-alpha 1,3-Gal-antibodies, inhibition of the complement cascade and long term survival of transplanted cellular grafts supplies further evidence for a low susceptibility of baboons towards productive PERV infection after xenotransplantation.
[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.