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The Laboratory Nonhuman Primate



ISBN 9781439841396
Published September 18, 2017 by CRC Press
366 Pages - 90 B/W Illustrations

 
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Key features

  • Contains 28 updated tables designed as quick, easy-to-use references for New and Old World species
  • Provides over 100 photographs and illustrations, most now in color, depicting aspects of nonhuman primate biology, behavior, management practices, diseases, and technical procedures
  • Gives a concise overview of regulatory considerations for the use of nonhuman primates in biomedical research
  • Expands the Veterinary Care chapter to include new sections on nutritional support, behavioral conditions, dental care, and updated information on anesthetic and analgesic drugs
  • Presents step-by-step descriptions of common and advanced sampling techniques
  • Includes extensive resource lists for vendors of animals, feed, sanitation supplies, caging, anesthetic equipment, and veterinary and research supplies
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    Extensively updated to include current literature, The Laboratory Nonhuman Primate, Second Edition, continues to serve as a quick reference source for technicians, caretakers, veterinarians, researchers, and students working with primates in biomedical research. It provides details on basic husbandry and covers biologic characteristics, regulatory compliance, common diseases, and anesthetic management.

    The text gives easy-to-follow descriptions of basic technical procedures including restraint, intubation, tuberculin skin testing, and collection of blood and urine samples. It also reviews advanced sampling procedures including collection of bone marrow, cerebrospinal fluid, bronchoalveolar lavage fluid, and rectal mucosal biopsy. The Laboratory Nonhuman Primate presents information in a clear, concise format to allow readers to incorporate concepts and techniques into the standard operating procedures of a facility.

    Table of Contents

    Important Biologic Features. Husbandry. Management. Veterinary Care. Experimental Methodology. Resources. References.

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    Author(s)

    Biography

    Jeffrey D. Fortman is Director of the Biologic Resources Laboratory at University of Illinois, Chicago. He is also Attending Veterinarian at Jesse Brown Veterans Administration Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois.

    Terry A. Hewett, D.V.M., received her doctorate degree in Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 1986, and completed a residency in laboratory animal medicine at the University of California, Davis in 1991. She is a Diplomat of the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine. She works at the University of Illinois at Chicago as a clinical veterinarian and has 12 years of experience in the clinical veterinary care of nonhuman primates and supporting research utilizing Old and New World species.

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