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BPRC's research areas

Modeling potentially life-threatening human diseases in non-human primates requires extended knowledge and dedication in animal care taking, colony management and translational research. Scientists from BPRC are world-wide acknowledged for their expertise in the translation of human diseases caused by viruses and parasites to non-human primates, as well as autoimmune diseases and genetics.

Alternatives

Alternatives


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Ethology

Ethology


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General Primate Biology & Welfare

General Primate Biology & Welfare


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Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis


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Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)


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Comparative Genetics

Comparative Genetics & Refinement


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Respiratory Viruses

Respiratory Viruses


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HIV-AIDS

HIV-AIDS


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Mosquito-borne Diseases


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Malaria

Malaria


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Parkinsons Disease

Parkinson's Disease


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Protein Core Facilities

Protein Core Facility


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