Gorillas and other non-human primates are also susceptible to the disease.
What does NHP stand for?
NHP stands for Non-Human Primate
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- Natural Health Product
- Naval Hospital Pensacola (Pensacola, FL)
- Neighborhood Housing Program (housing assistance)
- Nevada Highway Patrol
- New Hope Project (Milwaukee, WI)
- Next-Hop Port
- Nice Hand, Partner/Player (online gaming)
- Noel House Programs (Seattle, WA)
- Nominal Horsepower
- Non-Homogeneous Poisson
- Not-Hot Plug (server)
- Nottingham Health Profile
- Nursing Home Placement
- Nottingham Health Profile Part 1 (quality-of-life questionnaire)
- NASA Headquarters Professional Association
- National Handicraft Promotion Agency (Mauritius)
- National Health Priority Areas (Australia)
- National Health Promotion Associates
- National Help Program Albania
- National High Performance Academy (Tennis Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Anti-miR-33a/b treatment in the non-human primate model also increased the expression of miR-33 target genes involved in fatty acid breakdown resulting in suppressed triglyceride levels, a finding not previously observed in mice.
It is the first time a drug has protected non-human primates against Ebola, a virus that is sometimes dubbed a "slate wiper" for its ruthless culling of lives.
The vaccine candidates incorporate non-human primate adenovirus vectors.
Euronext, NASDAQ: CRXL), Leiden, The Netherlands, has signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the Naval Medical Research Center of the US Navy to construct AdVac-based vaccines against anthrax and plague and test them in non-human primates.
Experiments implanting, or grafting, human stem cells into non-human primate brains could unintentionally shift the moral ground between humans and other primates, according to a panel of experts.
His research interests include the use of orally administered anesthetics in non-human primates.
These results offer the strongest evidence to date that non-human primates wield numerical knowledge, say psychologist Herbert S.