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    Rhesus Monkey

    Rhesus Monkey 

    Scientific name: Macaca mulatta. Cercopithecidae, Macaca. Also known as rhesus monkey or Guangxi monkey, rhesus monkeys mainly live in Guangxi, southwest and southern provinces of China, minor distribution in eastern and northern China. Their body length is 43 ~ 55 cm, tail length 15 ~ 24 cm and weight 4-12 kg. Most of the hair on the body is grayish brown. The hair below the waist is bright orange. Abdmen–thorax and legs are lighter gray. The tail hair is dense and fluffy, and the head hair is thick and backward. 
    Rhesus monkeys are suitable for infectious disease research, pharmacology and toxicology research, reproductive physiological research, oral medicine research, nutrition metabolism research, behavioristics and higher nervous activity research, geriatric disease research, organ transplantation and ophthalmology research, endocrinopathy and teratology research, and oncology research.

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    Cynomologus Monkey

    Scientific name:Macaca fascicularis. Cercopithecidae, Macaca. Also known as hanuman or Java monkey, cynomologus monkeys inhabit in marshland with mangrove trees. Smaller than rhesus monkeys, cynomologus monkeys have yellow, gray or brown hair color, with light white in abdominal and inner limbs hair; Their Head hair backward, the face with whisker hair, the skin naked around eyes, there is a white triangle area in the upper eyelid; Their ears are erect with black eyes.

    Cynomologus monkeys are suitable for all kinds of animal model research, such as diabetes model, spinal cord injury model, Parkinson's disease model, kidney failure model and renal hypertension model, as well as behavior analysis and toxicological experiments, immunology research and parasitology research.

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    Marmoset

    Scientific name: Marmoset. Callitrichidae, common marmoset. Also known as thumb monkeys, Marmoset is a kind of small non-human primates from South America amazon rainforest. Compared with other non-human primates, it possesses the benefits of small size, short sexual maturity and pregnancy period and obedient characters for easy laboratory breeding, and shares strong genetic similarities with humans, with huge medical science research foreground. Marmoset is suitable for reproductive physiological research, contraceptive drug research, hepatitis virus A research and parasitic diseases research.

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    Beagle

    Scientific name: Beagle. Beagle is also known as migru beagle harrier dog and belongs to hound group. Its head is in the shape of large dome, with large hazel eyes, wide long lop ears, muscular body and strong tail like a loach. There are about 100,000 migru beagle harrier dogs in the world.

    Beagle is suitable for pharmacology, circulation physiology, ophthalmology, toxicology, and surgery research.

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    BALB/c Nude Mouse(SPF)

    Based on the patient derived-xenografts (PDX) animal disease model of cancer , We established the PDX model using human primary tumor cells as explants in BALB/c nude mice to construct in situ and ectopic tumor models.

    It maintains the heterogeneity of the tumor , and retains the short modeling time of the common CDX model (cell strain), achieving the overall traceability from human primary cells to the model. Meanwhile, our PDX model use human primary tumor cells as explants at low passage numbers(average of six passes), which is believed to conserve original tumor characteristics such as heterogeneous histology, clinical biomolecular signature, malignant phenotypes and genotypes, tumor architecture, and tumor vasculature.


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