Immunology and Pathology of the Squirrel Monkey

  • S. S. Kalter

Abstract

The squirrel monkey, as do other animals, reacts to an antigenic stimulus with an immunological response and, if the stimulus is sufficiently severe or not immunologically controlled, with pathology. It must be assumed, until information to the contrary is provided, that the immunological and pathological responses of all Saimiri would probably be similar. To avoid confusion in taxonomy, the squirrel monkey will be considered as a single species, i.e., Saimiri sciureus, without any attempt to differentiate the subspecies.

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Nonhuman Primate Squirrel Monkey World Monkey Spider Monkey Rous Sarcoma Virus 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • S. S. Kalter
    • 1
  1. 1.Southwest Foundation for Research and EducationSan AntonioUSA

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