Therapeutics (in Vivo)
Antibodies for Assays
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NHPRR is a resource designed for and by investigators like you. We believe that excellence in biomedical research depends on successful partnerships, and we encourage collaboration, sharing, and inquiries to help you achieve your research goals.
We encourage you to reach out to us with any questions or concerns about access, reagents or services. Please see our FAQ section for answers to commonly asked questions.
As a collaborative investigator community, we welcome your suggestions for development of new reagents.
Are you ready to purchase reagents for your research? We welcome you to the NHPRR and look forward to working with you.
As a collaborative community of researchers, investigators depend on new data to support, refute, modify, or guide the use of NHP-specific antibodies. Please contribute your reactivity data to the antibody database to enable a more comprehensive understanding of each antibody’s optimal use.
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Project Manager: Julia Vasconcellos, PhD Julia.Vasconcellos@umassmed.edu Phone: 617-474-3261
Program Director: Diogo Magnani, PhD Diogo.Magnani@umassmed.edu Phone: 617-474-4069
Kathleen Engelman, PhD Kathleen.Engelman@umassmed.edu Phone: 617-474-3262
NIAID Program Officer:Julia Shaw, PhD Division of Allergy, Immunology and Transplantation NIAID
ORIP Program Officer: Harold Watson, PhD Division of Comparative Medicine ORIP/DPCPSI/OD
The Nonhuman Primate Reagent Resource (NHPRR) is a nonprofit laboratory established in 1999, and supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), and Office of Research Infrastructure Programs (ORIP).
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