Three rhesus macaques hang out in their enclosure at the primate research center at UC Davis on Tuesday in Davis, Calif. A team of UC Davis researchers published a study in July that could lead to breakthroughs in treatments for human behavioral health conditions, which is based on a study using the brains of rhesus monkeys.
Three rhesus macaques hang out in their enclosure at the primate research center at UC Davis on Tuesday in Davis, Calif. A team of UC Davis researchers published a study in July that could lead to breakthroughs in treatments for human behavioral health conditions, which is based on a study using the brains of rhesus monkeys. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Three rhesus macaques hang out in their enclosure at the primate research center at UC Davis on Tuesday in Davis, Calif. A team of UC Davis researchers published a study in July that could lead to breakthroughs in treatments for human behavioral health conditions, which is based on a study using the brains of rhesus monkeys. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

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