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Definition of "jacchus" []

  • A marmoset, Callithrix jacchus, that is native to South America (noun)

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Use "jacchus" in a sentence
  • "Owen, K, et al. Toxicity of a novel HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor in the common masrmoset (Callithrix jacchus)."
  • "In this report, Erika Sasaki and colleagues used viral DNA as a delivery vehicle to introduce the gene for GFP into the DNA of the common marmoset Callithrix jacchus."
  • "In a study published in the British journal Nature, a team led by Erika Sasaki of the Central Institute for Experimental Animals at Keio University reported on experiments on common marmosets Callithrix jacchus, a small monkey native to Brazil."
  • "On the north side of the Rio Negro are two varieties of monkeys, the _brachiurus conxion_ and the _jacchus bicolor_, which are unknown on the south side."
  • "The figure shows examples of FISH experiments on Hs (Homo sapiens), Rh (Macaca mulatta), Cja (Callithrix jacchus) and Lca (Lemur catta), with the use of human fosmid clone WIBR2-3607H18 (A, B, C) and lemur species-specific BAC clone LB2-77B23 (D)."