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2021 Sep 07

Anti-IFNAR therapeutic antibody now available

The rhesus recombinant anti-Interferon alpha receptor (IFNAR) 1 'Anti-IFNAR [Ani]' is now available for distribution. This antibody binds to the receptor blocking the activity of type I interferons.

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2021 Apr 02

Stabilized Spike Glycoproteins for COVID Research

We have produced stabilized Spike proteins for NIAID, now offered through BEI. Please check the details on the constructs and order them directly from beiresources.org (cat. NR-52724, NR-53937)

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2021 Mar 02

Anti-Complement Antibodies Under Development

The recent Notice of Special Interest (NOSI) NOT-AI-21-008 addresses studies of the complement system. If you are planning to apply, please know that we are currently working on a few lead molecules that could be helpful to you. Feel free to reach us! –Diogo

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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.

2021 Feb 06

New Resources for Neotropical Primates (NT-NHP)

Dear NHPRR Community, we are pleased to announce our new efforts to provide reagents specifically tailored for neotropical primates (NT-NHP), especially marmosets, squirrel monkeys, and owl monkeys. Please reach us if you are interested!

2021 Jan 22

Rhesus Antibody Reagents for COVID Research

Features of anti-SARS-CoV spike antibodies available from NHPRR. These antibodies are available in limited amounts. If you would like to obtain some please write to us!

2020 Sep 10

New NHPRR Product Catalog

Download our new catalog! You can find the reagents searching by the previous name or any other identifier (i.e. clone, target, catalog, and RRID). The labels and product TDSs will be updated.

2020 Sep 09

New Rhesus Isotyping Reagents

New pilot reagents for detecting rhesus IgG isotypes. *These reagents were characterized with recombinant proteins and not native rhesus serum responses.

2020 Aug 20

Registration Step by step

STEP 1- Register with the Principal Investigator (PI)’s email. STEP 2- Indicate the Signing Official of your organization and complete the account information. STEP 3- Upon receipt of the co-signed agreement, the products will become available for purchasing.

2019 Nov 07

Learn about our temperature-controlled shipping

We tested and validated new packaging materials for shipping antibody reagents for in vivo use. The goals were cost-effective materials that prevented vial damage during shipping and could maintain 0-4 C temperature for over 24 hours.

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