alexa New Route of Investigation for Understanding the Impact of Human Activities on the Physiology of Non-Human Primates

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New Route of Investigation for Understanding the Impact of Human Activities on the Physiology of Non-Human Primates

The major glucocorticoid, cortisol, promotes tissue degradation and prevents allocation of energy and nutrient uptake for purposes such as digestion, reproduction, growth and immune competence in order to maximize the quantity of energy available to flee.

Citation: Vanlangendonck N, Nuñez G, Chaves A, Gutiérrez-Espeleta GA (2015) New Route of Investigation for Understanding the Impact of Human Activities on the Physiology of Non-Human Primates. J Primatol 4:123. 

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