- High-quality cynomolgus macaque monkey serum sourced responsibly from a vetted third party facility
- Used for a wide variety of applications
- All orders come with an iQ Certificate of Analysis
- Normally ships out same business day
Cynomolgus Macaque Monkey Plasma
About the Cynomolgus Macaque Monkey
The cynomolgous macaque monkey is the most commonly used non-human primate used in biomedical research. They are employed in numerous research areas, such as immunology, neuroscience, oncology, diabetes, and pharmacology due to their physiology.
Application Summary for Cynomolgus Macaque Monkey Plasma
Cynomolgus macaque monkey plasma (cyno plasma) can be used for a variety of applications as the plasma contains a variety of proteins, including antibodies and complement protein. In terms of functional assays, cyno plasma may be used for CDC assays. Cyno plasma is also versatile enough to be used to general reference ranges for baseline cytokine measurements and as a blocking reagent for a variety of immunoassays, such as western blots and ELISAs.
We also carry the animal matched donor PBMCs to the cyno plasma as the plasma and PBMCs were isolated concurrently during PBMC isolation from blood.
The 1 mL size of plasma we offer is sufficient for numerous experiments depending on the assay.
We are Committed to Ethical Practices
iQ Biosciences’ primary cell products from non-human primates are collected under approved IACUC protocol, which was developed in consultation with the Attending Veterinarian and is consistent with current veterinary standards. The collection facility is AAALACi and PHS accredited, and all animal housing, handling, and research protocols are consistent with standards set forth by the Animal Welfare Act, NIH's Policy on Humane Care and Use of Animals and the Guide for the Care and Use of Animals. All animal housing and handling is done in such a way to minimize stress and risk of injury to the animal.
For US customers, we ship via FedEx Overnight Shipping. Shipping charges will vary per shipping address (based on ZIP code) and are estimated to be $110.
For international (non-US) customers, we work closely with you and our couriers to ensure all necessary documentation is in place for international shipments to significantly reduce the chance of delays at Customs. For the export of non-human primate samples, this includes preparing CITES permits, as well as any other documentation as required by country. Please submit an inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org for your estimated time of delivery and shipping charges.