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Male and Female Titi Monkeys Exhibit Different Biological and Behavioral Responses to Intranasal Oxytocin

January 23rd, 2023|Comments Off on Male and Female Titi Monkeys Exhibit Different Biological and Behavioral Responses to Intranasal Oxytocin

Male and Female Titi Monkeys Exhibit Different Biological and Behavioral Responses to Intranasal Oxytocin A series of studies published by Dr. Karen Bales’ lab at the California National Primate Research [...]

Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine Offers Long-Term Protection Against Severe Disease

December 2nd, 2022|Comments Off on Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine Offers Long-Term Protection Against Severe Disease

Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine Offers Long-Term Protection Against Severe Disease Two-dose vaccines provide protection against lung disease in rhesus macaques one year after they were vaccinated as infants, a new study shows. [...]

COVID-19 Virus Infects Neurons, Induces Inflammation in the Brain

October 14th, 2022|Comments Off on COVID-19 Virus Infects Neurons, Induces Inflammation in the Brain

Presence of SARS-CoV-2 in the brain induces neuroinflammation and disruption of the olfactory cortex in rhesus macaques (Danielle Beckman, CNPRC) COVID-19 Virus Infects Neurons, Induces Inflammation in the Brains of Rhesus Macaques [...]

Antibiotic Exposure During Infancy Remodels Immune Response to Respiratory Pathogens

June 16th, 2022|Comments Off on Antibiotic Exposure During Infancy Remodels Immune Response to Respiratory Pathogens

Antibiotic Exposure During Infancy Remodels Immune Response to Respiratory Pathogens Infants are commonly exposed to and treated with antibiotics during the birthing process. However, new research in nonhuman primates may change the way [...]

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