95 Castle Hall Road Yemassee, SC, 29945 United StatesOverview: Alpha Genesis Inc. provides the highest quality nonhuman primate products and bio-research services world-wide. With a client base that extends across North America, Europe, and Asia, we are dedicated to providing only the best and most cost-effective primate research and development support to the scientific community. The Alpha Genesis Primate Research Center (AGPRC) is the designated Contract Research Organization (CRO) of Alpha Genesis Incorporated (AGI). The AGPRC research team is dedicated to fighting diseases ranging from Alzheimer’s to Zika and seeks to substantially improve human and animal health worldwide. In partnership with government organizations, private foundations, and private industry, AGPRC conducts studies seeking breakthrough discoveries of causes, preventions, treatments and cures. The highly regulated study of nonhuman primates (NHPs) is critically important, as it often precedes clinical trials in humans and cannot be replicated any other way. Primate Research Resources: The Alpha Genesis Primate Research Center is a full-service AAALAC-accredited facility that provides ready access to several thousand macaque primates maintained in our U.S. based facilities. Our domestic SPF primate breeding colonies are unique within the industry and have been used in a wide variety of research applications across all stages of primate development, from pre-natal through juvenile, adolescent, adult, and geriatric. Primate Research Capabilities: The Alpha Genesis Primate Research Center offers an extensive array of contract research capabilities from early discovery and proof-of-concept to developmental toxicology. Research areas include pharmacokinetics, compound screening, vaccine testing, efficacy assessment, pharmacology, and early lead optimization. The Center is a full-service facility that provides primate quarantine, colony maintenance, colony support, primate biological products, and on site use. Alpha Genesis - Your Primate Center of Excellence: Alpha Genesis has helped its customers conduct research projects with nonhuman primates for nearly two decades. When you conduct your research at Alpha Genesis our team will work directly with you to develop your research concept and study design in a cost-efficient and timely manner. Because we conduct our research, and maintain a large inventory of research primates, on site at our AAALAC-accredited facilities located within the U.S. you are guaranteed personalized attention from your own Alpha Genesis Research Advisor and a quick study start. Research areas routinely include: Cardiovascular studies Ocular toxicology Neurotoxicology Bone toxicology Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology (DART) Drug addiction and prevention Digestive processes Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Body composition Continuous infusion Geriatric models Pharmacokinetics (PK) Vaccine development and testing For further information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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