The best research starts with the best training. PPI is enhancing worldwide biomedical research programs through effective educational and training programs at PTLC.
Live Animal Division (LAD)
The Live Animal Division (LAD) offers a wide range of services in addition to supply sources for live animals: · Contract Quarantine · Pole & Collar Training · Pre-delivery Screening · Long-term Holding · Breeding Programs
Equipment Division (ED)
The Equipment Division (ED) provides innovative housing, handling and enrichment devices. All products are designed for safety, accessibility, efficiency and flexibility, while supporting healthy, naturally occurring behaviors in nonhuman primates.
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Distribution and prevalence of malaria parasites among long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis) in regional populations across Southeast Asia
Abstract Background: Plasmodium knowlesi and Plasmodium cynomolgi are two malaria parasites naturally transmissible between humans and wild macaque through mosquito vectors, while Plasmodium inui can be experimentally trans‐ mitted from macaques to humans. One of their major natural hosts, the long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis), is host to two other species of Plasmodium (Plasmodium fieldi and Plasmodium coatneyi) and […]
The Kanthaswamy DNA Laboratory (KDL) at Arizona State University in collaboration with Primate Products, Inc. (PPI) is pleased to announce our new Genetic Testing Program. Working with state of the art technology, including Next Generation Sequencing platforms, the following genetic testing services are now currently being offered: ABO Blood Phenotyping Knowledge of the ABO blood type is used […]
TRIAL ENDS IN FAVOR OF HENDRY COUNTY PAVING THE WAY FOR PRIMATE BREEDING FACILITIES
By Thomas J. Rowell On July, 8th, 2016, Circuit Court Judge James D. Sloan released his ruling that there was no violation of the Florida Sunshine Law and found for the defendant, Hendry County, in an action lawsuit, which was filed in November of 2013 and amended in May of 2015. Neighbors of a newly […]
Pine Cones: Natural, Destructible Enrichment Opportunities for NHPs
By Stefanie Nelsen It is our responsibility and obligation to provide an environmental enhancement program that promotes for excellent animal welfare, specifically aimed at improving the psychological well-being of any nonhuman primate (NHP) in our care. We can accomplish this through appropriate behavioral observations, teaching our animals to be willing workers that cooperate with our […]