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Cercopithecus aethiops

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  • African green monkeys were fed a diet containing 40% of calories as butter fat and either 0.16 mg cholesterol/kcal (control diet) or 0.78 mg cholesterol/kcal (test diet) [25].
  • Extraction of SC-1 cells (African green monkey kidney) with the detergent Triton X-100 in combination with stereo high-voltage electron microscopy of whole mount preparations has been used as an approach to determine the mode of action of cytochalasin D on cells [26].
  • We found that in male vervet monkeys, elevated blood serotonin concentration is a state-dependent consequence of active occupation of the dominant male social position, and we believe that a reinterpretation of the significance of hyperserotonemia in humans may be warranted [27].
  • There was no rapid loss of platinum from the DNA of African green monkey cells following treatment with pulsed low or high doses of trans-DDP [28].
  • alpha DNA in African green monkey cells is organized into extremely long tandem arrays [29].

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