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normal and experimental development of the mammary gland of the rhesus monkey

Harold Speert

normal and experimental development of the mammary gland of the rhesus monkey

with some pathological correlations.

by Harold Speert

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Published in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mammary glands.,
  • Rhesus monkey -- Embryology.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesContributions to embryology,, no. 208, Carnegie Institution of Washington publication,, 575., In Carnegie Institution of Washington. Contributions to embryology.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQM601 .C3 vol. 32, no. 208
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. 32, p. [9]-65.
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6044430M
    LC Control Number49001676
    OCLC/WorldCa1836397

      A new study finds that fetal exposure to the plastic additive bisphenol A, or BPA, alters mammary gland development in primates. The finding adds to . The mammary gland of the rhesus monkey under normal and experimental conditions, Folley (S. J.) and Young (F. G.) The effect of anterior pituitary extracts on established lactation in the cow, Folley (S. J.) See Bottomley and Folley. Forbes (W. H.) See Keys and others. Glasstone (S.) A comparative study of the development in vivo and.

    II. Experimental Analysis of Fetal Mammary Gland Development.- 1. Mammary Gland Morphogenesis In Vitro.- 2. Epithelial—Mesenchymal Interactions in Mammary Gland Development.- 3. The Role of Mesenchyme and the Response of Mouse Mammary Rudiments to Testosterone.- 4. Other Effects of Steroid Administration to the Fetus and Neonate.- 5. Response.   Note. —This article and the articles in the previous issues of The Journal are part of a series published under the auspices of the Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry. Other articles will appear in succeeding issues. When completed, the series will be published in book from.— Ed. The term "estrus," as used by Heape, designated the restricted period of mating activity of female mammals.1 Cited by:

    the development of a heterogeneous spectrum of hyper-plastic and neoplastic lesions with aging [13–15]. The aim of this study was to identify the impact of reproductive stages and their respective characteristic hormonal profiles on normal breast development by com-paring gene expression patterns of the mammary gland. Comparative Effects of Estrogen, Testosterone, and Progesterone on Benign Mammary Tumors of the Rat* Jacob Heiman, M.D or alveolar system, or both, of the mammary gland in early pregnancy. EXPERIMENTAL Intact and castrated male and female rats with or inhibiting action of progesterone alone on normal mammary development, and stress the.


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Normal and experimental development of the mammary gland of the rhesus monkey by Harold Speert Download PDF EPUB FB2

Speert H. The normal and experimental development of the mammary gland of the rhesus monkey with some pathologic correlations. Contributions to Embryology, The Carnegie Institute of Washington.

; – Sternlicht MD. Key stages in mammary gland development: The cues that regulate ductal branching morphogenesis. Breast Cancer Res. ; Cited by: The normal and experimental development of the mammary gland of the rhesus monkey with some pathologic correlations.

Contributions to Embryology, The Cited by: Developmental Stages in the Rhesus Monkey (Macaca mulatta) (Advances in teratological and experimental embryologic studies must be based upon a thorough knowledge of the normal ontogenesis since only in that way can a reliable distinction be made between normal and abnormal or induced develop­ ment.

In most reports dealing with the Format: Paperback. XVIII. The skin of the rhesus monkey (Macaco mulatto)Am J Phys Anthropol () 5. A.T. Cowie, Overview of the mammary gland, Advances in Biology of Skin. Vol XV. Mammary and Apocrine Glands W. Montagna, RE. Billingham, J Invest Dermatol () 6.

J.L. Linzell, Physiology of the mammary glands Physiol Rev () Cited by:   Speert, H The normal and experimental development of the mammary gland of the rhesus monkey with some pathologic correlations Contrib Embryol 32 9 65 Google Scholar Sternlicht, MD, Kouros-Mehr, H, Lu, P, Werb, Z Hormonal and local control of mammary branching morphogenesis Differentiation 74 81Cited by:   The Rhesus Monkey discusses the use of the rhesus monkey as a test subject in biomedical research.

This text provides information that is essential for research that involves the rhesus monkey, from conditioning a wild rhesus monkey to restoring Book Edition: 2. This study assessed the effects of BPA on fetal mammary gland development in nonhuman primates. Pregnant rhesus monkeys were fed μg of BPA per kg of body weight daily from gestational day to term, which resulted in ± ng of unconjugated BPA per mL.

Abstract. The mammary gland arises in the ventral ectoderm in embryonic life. Similarities in mammary gland development, structure and function between monotremes, marsupials and eutherian mammals suggest a common ancestry and support the possibility that the therapsid reptilian ancestors of the mammals were milk producing (see Morriss, ).Cited by: Speert, The normal and experimental development of the mammary gland of the rhesus monkey with some pathologic correlations Contributions to Embryology, Carnegie Cited by: Unlike humans, free-ranging and laboratory raised rhesus macaques rarely exhibit atherosclerosis, unless monkeys are fed an experimental high-fat diet similar to that of most people in Western industrialized countries,16,76,80,81,90,93 Lesions develop first in the abdominal aorta, followed by the thoracic aorta and then the coronary arteries.

76 Myocardial infarction and stroke have been recorded in rhesus macaques Cited by: The immunohistochemical reactivity of human, monkey, shrew, rat and mouse normal mammary glands was examined using methacarn-fixed paraffin-embedded specimens and.

In the human, the gland is composed of some 15 to 20 lobules which originate from the nipple and areola, and radiate along the anterior and lateral thoracic wall (Fig.

1 The mammary gland is only one component of the breast; other components include a variable quantity of fat, connective tissue, vessels, nerves, and by: 4. On Tuesday 5th May, from until (BST), we will be updating the Royal Society Publishing ’ll still be able to search, browse and read articles, but you won’t be able to register or edit an account, make purchases, or activate tokens during that period.

The menstrual cycle of the monkey, Macacus rhesus. Observations on normal animals, the effects of removal of the ovaries and the effects of injections of ovarian and placental extracts into the spayed animals. The normal and experimental development of the mammary gland of the monkey (Macacus rhesus).

(Abst.). II. Experimental Analysis of Fetal Mammary Gland Development.- 1. Mammary Gland Morphogenesis In Vitro.- 2. Epithelial-Mesenchymal Interactions in Mammary Gland Development.- 3.

The Role of Mesenchyme and the Response of Mouse Mammary Rudiments to Testosterone.- 4. Other Effects of Steroid Administration to the Fetus and Neonate.- 5. Response.

Rhesus monkey, (Macaca mulatta), sand-coloured primate native to forests but also found coexisting with humans in northern India, Nepal, eastern and southern China, and northern Southeast Asia.

The rhesus monkey is the best-known species of macaque and measures about 47–64 cm. Start studying Harlow's experiments on attachment in monkeys. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

An American psychologist who investigated factors influencing attachment using rhesus monkeys -Caused long term harm as they would not be able to live a normal life after the experiment as they.

From inside the book. What people are The anatomy of the rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta) division dorsal enters entire extends extensor external extreme fascia fibers fifth flexor folds foramen fossa four fourth ganglion gives gland head inferior innervated insertion internal join joint lateral layer length lies ligament lobe longus.

This book is generally a collection of data from over papers on rhesus monkey. It covers topics on the cerebral angiography, electrocardiogram, and vector cardiogram of the rhesus monkey.

It also provides additional information on morphology and function of rhesus kidney; the development and eruption of teeth in rhesus; and the histology Book Edition: 1.

in Harlow's experiment he used what are called "artificial mothers." These were comprised of 2 artificial monkeys- one of cloth and the other wire. The wire monkey provided milk for the infant monkeys. In the end, the monkeys preferred the monkey made of cloth because the developed a.

Abstract: Background: Rhesus monkey models are valuable to the studies of human biology. Reference values for clinical chemistry and hematology parameters of rhesus monkeys are required for proper data interpretation.

Methods: Whole blood was collected from 36 healthy Chinese rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) of either sex, 3 to 5 yr old. Routine. New insights into fetal mammary gland morphogenesis: differential effects of natural and environmental estrogens on normal mammary gland development.

the development of the rhesus monkey Cited by:   Studies of normal human mammary gland development and function have mostly relied on cell culture, limited surgical specimens, and rodent models. Although RNA extracted from human milk has been used to assay the mammary transcriptome non-invasively, the transcriptome derived from the milk fat layer has not been compared with the mammary-derived transcriptome nor .