Media and Public Engagement Committee Meeting (Room 209)  01:00 PM-03:00 PM: Publications Committee Meeting (Room 225) [ ] 01:00 PM-03:00 PM: NATIONAL PRIMATE RESEARCH CENTER BIO KER CORE LABS: MEASURING PHYSIOLOGICAL CONDITION OF NON-HUMAN PRIMATES FOR YOUR RESEARCH Chair: Toni E. Ziegler (Wisconsin Historical Society Auditorium. Non-Human Primate Meeting. is is a small but interesting meeting at will bring toge er scientists who used e non-human primate (NHP) model for HIV research as well as scientists who use e human model. e purpose of e meeting is to stimulate discussion between e two groups (who often work in isolation from each o er) and to see. erefore, meeting e social needs of nonhuman primates in captivity is essential for promoting eir welfare. Alopecia scoring e BMC alopecia scoring system is a straightford me od of evaluating e degree of alopecia on nonhuman primates. Abnormal behavior e ogram. A snapshot of primate use in e United Kingdom (from 2007 UK Home Office statistics) shows at use of primates is significantly less an in e United States. We performed about 4,000 procedures on primates in 2007, which constitutes about 0.1 of all procedures. 01, · Organization of e primate midbrain differs from at of e rodent. One considerable difference is e disproportionate expansion in e number of dopamine cells in e primate SNc (Duzel et al., 2009). e rat SNc contains up to 15 × 3 + neurons (Nair-Roberts et al., 2008, Hardman et al., 2002), whereas e moset has twice at amount and e macaque has up to 203 × 3 . 02, · APV Guidance Documents. APV Scientific Advisory Committee Guidelines. Laparoscopic Reproductive Manipulation of Female Nonhuman Primates Guidelines, published 1/2/20 Nonhuman Primate Endpoint Guidelines, published 11/18/19 Guidelines for Assessment of Acute Pain in Nonhuman Primates, published 9/17/19 Socialization Guidelines For Nonhuman Primates in . 26, · Keywords: resting-state, non-human primate, functional connectivity, macaque, animal model, spontaneous activity, functional MRI (fMRI) Citation: Hutchison RM and Everling S () Monkey in e middle: why non-human primates are needed to bridge e gap in resting-state investigations. Front. Neuroanat. 6:29. doi: .3389/fnana..00029. Human disturbance of habitat has important consequences for e demography, e morbidity, e behavior, and ultimately e survival of non-human primates. is paper is an effort to define, qualitatively, e potential influence of humans on monkey habitats and behavior in Sou Asia. Four variables are proposed and scored on a fourpoint scale. Preoperative Carfilzomib and Lulizumab based desensitization prolongs graft survival in a sensitized non-human primate model Paul M Schroder, Robin Schmitz, Zachary W Fitch, Brian Ezekian, ghoon Yoon, Ashley Y Choi, Miriam Manook, Andrew Barbas, Frank Leopardi, Mingqing Song, Alton B Farris, Bradley Collins, Jean Kwun, Stuart J Knechtle. non-human primate communication and which of ese variables, or combination of variables, have contributed to e seemingly uniquely and highly complex communication system in humans. 25, · Ano er pioneering paper on primate locomotion appearing in e 1930s was e study by Elftman and Manter comparing e feet of humans and chimpanzees during bipedal walking (see also Ruff, is volume). is is one of e first lab‐based investigations of e locomotor characteristics of a living nonhuman primate, and included comparative information on e distribution of pressure on human. Training laboratory-housed non-human primates, Part 2: Resources for developing and implementing training programmes. Animal Technology and Welfare 4(3): 133-152. NAL Call Number: SF757.A62 Descriptors: positive reinforcement training, developing training programs, training protocols, primate use and management. Cong. Anom., 39: 209-222,1999 Review Similarities and Differences in Reproductive Endocrinology Between Non-Human Primates and Humans Takashi YOSHIDA Tsukuba Primate Center, National Institute of Infectious Diseases, 1 Hachimandai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-0843, Japan ABSTRACT Similarity in reproductive functions between non-human primates. Had never heard of it, but apparently e Canadian Blood Services quietly started screening people on Monday (ember 18 2006), asking em in a questionnaire: Have you, in your past or present job, taken care of or handled monkeys or eir. Education Committee Meeting (Room 209)  03:00 PM-05:00 PM: Membership and Finance Committee Meeting (Room 225)  03:00 PM-05:00 PM: Primate Care Committee Meeting (Room 205)  04:00 PM-05:00 PM: Ads and Recognition Committee Meeting (Room 226) . Scientific events management – e.g. annual Primate Welfare Meeting, Chronic Implant Workshop Research evaluation – e.g. REF , Bateson Committee on research using non-human primates Manuscript review – ad hoc reviewer for Animal Welfare, Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science. 21, · More an 0,000 non-human primates are used for biomedical research annually worldwide. e United States, Europe and Japan are e main countries at use ese primates. In e European Union, about ,000 primates are used every year. e development of a non-human primate model for studying infectious respiratory diseases has shown great promise   , but is limited by high costs and e ical concerns . Abstract: Non-human primate behaviors have a special value for e neurobiological study of e development of higher cognitive functions of humans, because of e near evolutional relation between two species. We surveyed results and futures of neurobiological studies of a retrieval task, a learning-set and a self-injurious behavior expressed. 04, · Evoked EAS EMG responses also be detected in non-human primates following insertion of a rectal probe (Lee et al., ), providing a tool for assessing autonomic function in primate SCI. Several promising interventions are being considered for translation rough e non-human primate model based on successful studies in rodent models. Animal testing, also known as animal experimentation, animal research and in vivo testing, is e use of non-human animals in experiments at seek to control e variables at affect e behavior or biological system under study. is approach can be contrasted wi field studies in which animals are observed in eir natural environments or habitats. Species including Felines, Canines, Reptiles, Rodents, Rabbits, Amphibians, Fish, Ferrets, Pot Bellied Pigs, Hedgehogs, Non-human Primates and Goats are welcomed. * Hours by Appointment **Emergencies** ere is a dor available for after-hour emergencies. Instructions for your pet's emergency care are available by calling (209) 527-5855. example, a study of government and military leaders finds ey have lower cortisol an non-leaders, and is effect is mediated by sense of control . Among non-human primates, subordinates who have less social support and who are subject to frequent harassment exhibit . As far as we know, ese are e first NIR-II fluorescence microscopes for in vivo imaging in non-human primates. Probe at is clinically compatible and bright. In addition to e development of e NIR-II fluorescence microscopic systems, NIR-II fluorescent probes were also critical for successful imaging in non-human primates. Non-human primates have at least four types of social systems, many defined by e amount of movement by adolescent females between groups. Most primate species remain at least partly arboreal: e exceptions are humans, some o er great apes, and baboons, who left e trees for e ground and now inhabit every continent. Non-human primates use e expressive abilities of e face to communicate social dominance information. Among group-living species of monkey and ape, certain facial signals correspond to an animal’s position in a dominance hierarchy (Jolly, 1972. Mazur, 1973. Wilson, 1975). 01, · Researchers review 200 years of documentation on how non-human primates respond to dea. Researchers infer at non-human primates have some aspects of dea aeness but, us far, only humans. 1. Non-Human Primate User Safety Training • Required annually for all individuals who come in contact wi non- human primates (PI, researcher, veterinarian, animal care) • Discussion-style training 2. Risk-Specific Garbing Training • Risk-assessment based. Non-Human Primate Genome Sequencing Image source: Charlesjsharp (Own work) [ CC-BY-SA-3.0 ], via Wikimedia Commons e BCM-HGSC is sequencing genomes from representative species from most of e major branches of e phylogeny: hominoids (Homo, Pongo, Nomascus), Old World monkeys (Papio, Macaca, Cercocebus), New World monkeys (Calli rix. • Non human primates Less commonly used • Pigs • Hamsters. Priming wi Seasonal Influenza Virus Vaccines or Infection for Responses to e 2009 Pandemic H1N1 Vaccine. Experimental Approach Chen, Lau, PNAS Challenge wi . 209(12): 1860-9. Babu et al. Vaccine. E xperimentally‐produced defects in e non‐human primate are preferred for testing e efficacy and safety of periodontal regenerative erapies. ese animals closely resemble e human in dental anatomy and periodontal wound healing physiology. Defects can be produced which do not display spontaneous regeneration and which are contralaterally identical. Human Molecular Genetics. In Press. DeMu PC, Li AV, Abbink P, Liu J, Li H, Stanley KA, Smi KM, Lavine CL, Seaman MS, Kramer JA, Miller AD, Abraham W, Suh H, Elkhader J, Hammond PT, Barouch DH, and Irvine DJ. Immunogenic delivery of ade iral vectors in non-human primates from microneedle skin-patches. Nature Biotechnology. In press. EnvironmEntal EnrichmEnt and rEfinEmEnt for nonhuman PrimatEs KEPt in rEsEarch laboratoriEs animal wElfarE concErns solitary imprisonment is a severe punishment for human primates. ere is good reasonto believe at solitary imprisonment is a terrible experience for nunhuman primates . 30, · Draft guildelines for e use of non-human primates in research will dilute what protections ese animals have, despite numerous reasons to stop e . 15, · e California National Primate Research Center Annual Symposium on Nonhuman Primate Models for AIDS is designed for sharing, presenting and exchanging e most recent advances in AIDS research utilizing non-human primate models. Abstract submission is open rough y 15, . For more information, please read e flier or visit e website. Non-human primates replicate e human aging process. • Rhesus monkeys are a well characterized and extremely useful aging model. • e common moset is a developing aging model at holds great promise. • Resources exist to assist ose wanting to use non-human primate aging models. Primates of e World: Distribution, Abundance, and Conservation. Jaclyn H. Wolfheim. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1983. 856 pp. [Price: $57.50]... is book is intended to inform readers where each species of non-human primates is found in e wild and what its status. Cognitive abilities present in humans, such as face processing, are likely to have evolved under various ecological pressures. A comparable and specialized face processing system observed in sheep and non-human primates suggests a possible common origin in evolution (Pascalis et al., 1999. Kendrick et al., 2001. Parr, 2003).However, it is important to determine when is system emerged during. wild non-human primate skeletal material. A variety of wild non-human primates have similar pa ological processes of equal or greater severity an at seen in Aubesier 11. ere is also no evidence of any condition in Aubesier 11 which would have prevented at individual from providing for himself/herself. erefore e Aubesier 11 partial. Meetings of National Committee PART Records and information 63. Animal records  5 64. Information on dogs, cats and non-human primates 65. king and identification of dogs, cats and non-human primates 66. Information from breeders, suppliers and users 67. Information on implementation 9OJ No. L 209, 2.8.2001, p. 14. . Meetings Calendar. e PIN Calendar lists meetings wi a regional, national, or international scope at focus on primatology or broader meetings at a substantive number of primatologists might attend. To list a meeting, seminar, workshop, art exhibit or o er event on e calendar, send e appropriate information to Jo h Kemnitz. Please. successive class meetings you will be dropped from e class by e instructor. An ropology 1 is an introduction to e study of biological/physical an ropology, at specific branch of an ropology at seeks to understand, from a biological point of view, what it means to be human. Primate Models for AIDS. anks to e hard work of our scientific committee, we have assembled a program of talks and poster presentations at promises to be very exciting and informative. We hope is meeting will provide you a chance to meet and exchange ideas wi a wide range of. Nutrient requirements of monkeys were first considered by e National Research Council’s Committee on Animal Nutrition in a section of Nutrient Requirements of Laboratory Animals (National Research Council, 1972). e information was updated and expanded in Nutrient Requirements of Nonhuman Primates (National Research Council, 1978). e present publication is a second revised edition of. Primate Products Inc. 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