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Anatomical description and morphometry of the skeleton of the common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus)

Christophe Casteleyn UGent, J Bakker, Sofie Breugelmans UGent, I Kondova, Jimmy Saunders UGent, JAM Langermans, Pieter Cornillie UGent, Wim Van Den Broeck UGent, Denis Van Loo, Luc Van Hoorebeke UGent, et al. (2012) LABORATORY ANIMALS. 46(2). p.152-163
abstract
Callithrix jacchus (common marmoset) is regularly used in biomedical research, including for studies involving the skeleton. To support these studies, skeletons of healthy animals that had been euthanized for reasons not interfering with skeletal anatomy were prepared. The marmoset dental formula 21-1C-3P-2M of each oral quadrant is atypical for New World monkeys which commonly possess a third molar. Seven cervical, 12-13 thoracic, 7-6 lumbar, 2-3 sacral and 26-29 caudal vertebrae are present, the thoracolumbar region always comprising 19 vertebrae. A sigmoid clavicle connects the scapula with the manubrium of the sternum. Depending on the number of thoracic vertebrae, 4-5 sternebrae are located between the manubrium and xiphoid process. Wide interosseous spaces separate the radius from the ulna, and the tibia from the fibula. A small sesamoid bone is inserted in the m. abductor digiti primi longus at the medial border of the carpus, a pair of ovoid sesamoid bones is located at the palmar/plantar sides of the trochleae of each metapodial bone, and round fabellae articulate with the proximal surfaces of the femoral condyles. Male marmosets possess a small penile bone. Both the front and hind feet have five digits. The hallux possesses a flat nail, whereas all other digits present curved claws. Interestingly, a central bone is present in both the carpus and tarsus. This study provides a description and detailed illustrations of the skeleton of the common marmoset as an anatomical guide for further biomedical research.
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AGE, METABOLISM, D-BINDING PROTEINS, biomedical science, common marmoset, skeleton, osteology, Anatomy, PRIMATES, REGULATORS, MODEL
journal title
LABORATORY ANIMALS
Lab. Anim.
volume
46
issue
2
pages
152 - 163
Web of Science type
Article
Web of Science id
000304580600011
JCR category
VETERINARY SCIENCES
JCR impact factor
1.257 (2012)
JCR rank
49/142 (2012)
JCR quartile
2 (2012)
ISSN
0023-6772
DOI
10.1258/la.2012.011167
language
English
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yes
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A1
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3124549
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-3124549
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2013-02-07 14:56:38
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  abstract     = {Callithrix jacchus (common marmoset) is regularly used in biomedical research, including for studies involving the skeleton. To support these studies, skeletons of healthy animals that had been euthanized for reasons not interfering with skeletal anatomy were prepared. The marmoset dental formula 21-1C-3P-2M of each oral quadrant is atypical for New World monkeys which commonly possess a third molar. Seven cervical, 12-13 thoracic, 7-6 lumbar, 2-3 sacral and 26-29 caudal vertebrae are present, the thoracolumbar region always comprising 19 vertebrae. A sigmoid clavicle connects the scapula with the manubrium of the sternum. Depending on the number of thoracic vertebrae, 4-5 sternebrae are located between the manubrium and xiphoid process. Wide interosseous spaces separate the radius from the ulna, and the tibia from the fibula. A small sesamoid bone is inserted in the m. abductor digiti primi longus at the medial border of the carpus, a pair of ovoid sesamoid bones is located at the palmar/plantar sides of the trochleae of each metapodial bone, and round fabellae articulate with the proximal surfaces of the femoral condyles. Male marmosets possess a small penile bone. Both the front and hind feet have five digits. The hallux possesses a flat nail, whereas all other digits present curved claws. Interestingly, a central bone is present in both the carpus and tarsus. This study provides a description and detailed illustrations of the skeleton of the common marmoset as an anatomical guide for further biomedical research.},
  author       = {Casteleyn, Christophe and Bakker, J and Breugelmans, Sofie and Kondova, I and Saunders, Jimmy and Langermans, JAM and Cornillie, Pieter and Van Den Broeck, Wim and Van Loo, Denis and Van Hoorebeke, Luc and Bosseler, Leslie and Chiers, Koen and Decostere, Annemie},
  issn         = {0023-6772},
  journal      = {LABORATORY ANIMALS},
  keyword      = {AGE,METABOLISM,D-BINDING PROTEINS,biomedical science,common marmoset,skeleton,osteology,Anatomy,PRIMATES,REGULATORS,MODEL},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {152--163},
  title        = {Anatomical description and morphometry of the skeleton of the common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus)},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1258/la.2012.011167},
  volume       = {46},
  year         = {2012},
}

Chicago
Casteleyn, Christophe, J Bakker, Sofie Breugelmans, I Kondova, Jimmy Saunders, JAM Langermans, Pieter Cornillie, et al. 2012. “Anatomical Description and Morphometry of the Skeleton of the Common Marmoset (Callithrix Jacchus).” Laboratory Animals 46 (2): 152–163.
APA
Casteleyn, C., Bakker, J., Breugelmans, S., Kondova, I., Saunders, J., Langermans, J., Cornillie, P., et al. (2012). Anatomical description and morphometry of the skeleton of the common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus). LABORATORY ANIMALS, 46(2), 152–163.
Vancouver
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Casteleyn C, Bakker J, Breugelmans S, Kondova I, Saunders J, Langermans J, et al. Anatomical description and morphometry of the skeleton of the common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus). LABORATORY ANIMALS. 2012;46(2):152–63.
MLA
Casteleyn, Christophe, J Bakker, Sofie Breugelmans, et al. “Anatomical Description and Morphometry of the Skeleton of the Common Marmoset (Callithrix Jacchus).” LABORATORY ANIMALS 46.2 (2012): 152–163. Print.