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The tufted capuchin, Cebus apella is a New World Monkey (NWM) species widely used in biomedicine. Its genetic variability has been assessed through various genetic tools. The present study offers a cytogenetic characterization of two captive colonies of Paraguayan specimens, in order to increase the current information on the role of cytogenetic polymorphisms in management of captive capuchins, specially useful for those employed as biomedical models. G-banding confirms all individual as Cebusdoi:10.1080/00087114.2004.10589414 fatcat:z32ax4bndngb7a2lvb6ieomnje