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Title The baboon in biomedical research / edited by John L. VandeBerg, Sarah Williams-Blangero and Suzette D. Tardif ; with editorial assistance from April W. Hopstetter
Published New York : Springer, [2009]
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Description 1 online resource (xxiii, 391 pages) : illustrations
Series Developments in primatology
Developments in primatology.
Contents The development and status of the baboon genetic linkage map / Jeffrey Rogers, Michael C. Mahaney, and Laura A. Cox -- The study of captive baboon behavior / Linda Brent -- Spontaneous pathology of baboons / Gene B. Hubbard -- Growth and development of baboons / Steven R. Leigh -- Reproductive biology of baboons / Erika K. Honoré and Suzette D. Tardif -- Microbiology of captive baboons / Richard Eberle [and others] -- Baboon model for endometriosis / Thomas M. D'Hooghe, Cleophas K. Kyama, and Jason M. Mwenda -- The baboon in embryology and teratology research / Andrew G. Hendrickx and Pamela E. Peterson -- Baboon models for neonatal lung disease / Bradley A. Yoder, Donald C. McCurnin, and Jacqueline J. Coalson -- The baboon model for dental development / Leslea J. Hlusko and Michael C. Mahaney -- Baboon model for dyslipidemia and atherosclerosis / David L. Rrainwater and John L. VandeBerg -- Baboon model for the study of nutritional influences in pregnancy / Peter W. Nathanielsz [and others] -- Baboon model for infant nutrition / Glen E, Mott and douglas S. Lewis -- Baboon model for ingestive behaviors / John R. Blair-West [and others] -- Baboon model for alcoholic liver disease : 1973-2003 / Charles S. Lieber, Maria A. Leo, and Leonore M. DeCarli -- Baboons in drug abuse research / Robert D. Hienz and Elise M. Weerts -- Neuroimaging in baboons / Kevin J. Black [and others] -- The baboon model of epilepsy : current applications in biomedical research / C. Ákos Szabó [and others] -- The baboon in xenotransplant research / Leonard L. Bailey
Summary The baboon has become one of the most popular laboratory primate species. This book offers an overview of many diverse areas of biomedical research to which the baboon has made important contributions
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Baboons as laboratory animals.
Form Electronic book
Author Tardif, Suzette D.
VandeBerg, John L.
Williams-Blangero, Sarah.
LC no. 2008938016
ISBN 0387759905 (cloth)
9780387759906 (cloth)