Cerebellar abiotrophy in two related lion-tailed macaques (Macaca silenus)

Malbon, A, Ricci, E, Unwin, S and Chantrey, J
(2014) Cerebellar abiotrophy in two related lion-tailed macaques (Macaca silenus). Journal of Comparative Pathology, 150 (1). 93 - ?.

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Cerebellar abiotrophy is a degenerative condition characterized by either early or late onset of severe neurological deficits caused by the marked depletion of Purkinje cells and granule cell neurons of the cerebellar cortex. The condition has been reported in numerous species with a proposed genetic basis of transmission. Here we present the anatomopathological investigation of two closely related lion-tailed macaques.

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