The Resource for your Nonhuman Primate Research

We offer primate antibodies and recombinant proteins for pre-clinical NHP studies, NHP-specific reagents for in vitro assays, and have an industry wide antibody reactivity database for NHP species.

Recent Publications Using Our Reagents...


We have several new anti-marmoset reagents!

2022 September 20

Genetic modifications designed for xenotransplantation attenuate sialoadhesin-dependent binding of human erythrocytes to porcine macrophages.

Petitpas, Kaitlyn Habibabady, Zahra Ritchie, Veronica Connolly, Margaret R Burdorf, Lars Qin, Wenning Kan, Yinan Layer, Jacob V Crabtree, Juliet N Youd, Michele E Westlin, William F Magnani, Diogo M Pierson, Richard N Azimzadeh, Agnes M


Mouse Anti-Porcine CD169 [1F1]

2022 August 27

Quantitative PET imaging of the CD4 pool in nonhuman primates.

Kim, Insook Srinivasula, Sharat DeGrange, Paula Long, Brad Jang, Hyukjin Carrasquillo, Jorge A Lane, H Clifford Di Mascio, Michele

Eur J Nucl Med Mol Imaging

Anti-CD4 [CD4R1]

2022 May 30

Long-term hepatitis B virus infection of rhesus macaques requires suppression of host immunity.

Biswas, Sreya Rust, Lauren N Wettengel, Jochen M Yusova, Sofiya Fischer, Miranda Carson, Julien N Johnson, Josie Wei, Lei Thode, Trason Kaadige, Mohan R Sharma, Sunil Agbaria, Majd Bimber, Benjamin N Tu, Thomas Protzer, Ulrike Ploss, Alexander Smedley, Jeremy V Golomb, Gershon Sacha, Jonah B Burwitz, Benjamin J

Nat Commun

Anti-CD8 alpha [MT807R1]

2021 September 01

Anti-C5 Antibody Tesidolumab Reduces Early Antibody-mediated Rejection and Prolongs Survival in Renal Xenotransplantation.

Adams, Andrew B Lovasik, Brendan P Faber, David A Burlak, Christopher Breeden, Cynthia Estrada, Jose L Reyes, Luz M Vianna, Rodrigo M Tector, Matthew F Tector, Alfred J

Ann Surg

Anti-CD154 [5C8H1]

News & Updates:

2022 Sep 08

New Anti-CD20, Anti-CD8, Anti-CD4 Antibody Reagents for Neotropical Nonhuman Primates

We now offer several new antibodies for Neotropical Nonhuman Primate species. Check them out!

2021 Feb 15

How to Cite Our Reagents Using RRIDs

We are now using Research Resource Identifiers (RRIDs) on our entire catalog to facilitate proper antibody identification. The idea behind the use of resource identifiers is simple: citation of our antibodies (using unique RRIDs) will automatically associate specific reagents with your publication.

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Help Us By:

Sharing Your Data: Our community-based reactivity database is built by users like you. Share your results!

Requesting a Reagent: We develop NHP-specific antibodies based on investigator-initiated requests, including: recombinant proteins for cell depletion, receptor activation, cytokine neutralization, co-stimulatory blockade, immunosuppression.

Licensing Our Reagents: Interested in using our antibodies on your assays? Reach us!

Sharing Your Publication: If you’ve recently published a study using an NHPRR reagent, add it to the publication database.