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If I am a previous HIV Reagent Program registrant, How do I register to receive HIV materials through BEI Resources?

The NIH HIV Reagent Program  was transitioned into the Biological and Emerging Infections Research Resources Program (BEI-RRP), NIAID' s centralized research reagent repository known as BEI Resources, as of January 14, 2024.  Please see the Registration Information page for instructions on how to register.

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Updated on: 1/14/2024 10:51:40 PM
How do I order reagents?

After your registration application has been approved by NIAID and ATCC, if you know the catalog numbers for the reagents you would like to order, use the Quick Order form. Otherwise, search for the reagents using the  catalog  and add the items to your  shopping cart.

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Updated on: 1/8/2021 9:32:09 AM
Who can sign the BEI Material Transfer Agreement as the “Duly Authorized Signatory for the Recipient?”

The person who signs the BEI Material Transfer Agreement (MTA) as the " Duly Authorized Signatory for the Recipient" needs to be able to enter into a legally binding contract on behalf of the organization. Examples of individuals who might have this authority are: President and CEO, Chancellor or dean, representatives from your Legal department, grants and contract or Technology Transfer offices. If you are uncertain who this is for your organization, please check with your organization, and they should be able to help you find the person who can sign this for you.

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Updated on: 1/12/2024 4:48:18 PM
Another researcher from my organization/department is registered. Can I use their account or can they order what I need?

Registration with the BEI-RRP is per the individual researcher and not the organization, department or laboratory. This means that each researcher who is interested in obtaining HIV materials will need to submit his/her own registration application and MTA for review and approval. Each approved registrant should use his/her own website account to order.

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Updated on: 12/21/2023 5:10:36 PM
How long does it take to process a registration application and when can I order materials?

Please allow 1-2  weeks after delivery of your registration package for processing and approval. Missing, incomplete or inaccurate information and documents can extend processing time. Once your application has been reviewed and approved by NIAID, we will notify you by email with information on how to proceed with accessing your online account for the purposes of placing your order.

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Updated on: 1/7/2021 6:14:12 PM
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SARS Virus Now Available for Researchers
We have available for the first time in the BEI Resources catalog, two SARS Coronaviruses (SARS-CoV) derived from the Urbani strain. NR-18925 is produced from a recombinant infectious clone, icSARS-CoV. NR-15418 is the mouse-adapted strain, Urbani v2163, developed by Dr. Barnard as a lethal model fo ...
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Updated on: 12/4/2018 2:36:38 PM
Sand Flies, Reduviids and Ticks are Here!
BEI Resources announces the addition of Sand Flies, Reduviids and Ticks for the research community. Catalog Number Vector Pathogen Competence   NR-43999 Phlebotomus papatasi, PPNS, Larval Leishmania major and Sand Fly Fever phleboviruses.   NR-44000 Phlebotomus papata ...
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Updated on: 12/4/2018 2:32:27 PM
Development of let digital PCR for the detection of Babesia microti and Babesia duncani
Development of let digital PCR for the detection of Babesia microti and Babesia duncani Babesia spp. are obligate protozoan parasites of red blood cells. Transmission to humans occurs through bites from infected ticks or blood transfusion. Infections with B. microti account for the majority of the ...
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Updated on: 12/9/2014 10:58:36 AM
Mycobacterium tuberculosis Production Manuals & SOP's from Dr. Karen Dobos
Please use this link  to find a comprehensive list of  protocols and SOPs for Mycobacterium tuberculosis including: Large Scale Growth Subcellular Fractions Preparation and Fractionation of Cell Wall Proper Lipoarabinomannan (LAM) and Lipomannan (LM) Antibodies Microarrays Media Native Ma ...
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Updated on: 11/20/2014 11:18:21 AM
BEI Resources Fungi Catalog is Growing!
  BEI Resources is working to expand the fungal catalog so that researchers have a broader range of organisms and reagents for their work.  BEI Resources currently has eight genus and species represented with several more currently going through the production pipeline.  BEI Resources i ...
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Updated on: 8/29/2014 9:49:43 AM
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The following is a list of published abstracts and papers where the work was either facilitated, or directly supported, by the BEI Resources Program.


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Zong, H., Wide-field mid-infrared photothermal microscopy. 2024, Boston University.
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Updated on: 2/9/2024 1:32:18 PM
Zhu, H., et al., The temporal association of CapZ with early endosomes regulates endosomal trafficking and viral entry into host cells. BMC biology, 2024. 22(1): p. 1-15.
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Updated on: 2/9/2024 1:31:46 PM
Yang, X., et al., Parenteral Vaccination with a Live Brucella melitensis Mutant Protects against Wild-Type B. melitensis 16M Challenge. Microorganisms, 2024. 12(1): p. 169.
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Updated on: 2/9/2024 1:31:09 PM
Wei, X., et al., Proteomic screens of SEL1L-HRD1 ER-associated degradation substrates reveal its role in glycosylphosphatidylinositol-anchored protein biogenesis. Nature Communications, 2024. 15(1): p. 659.
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Updated on: 2/9/2024 1:30:15 PM
Wang, L., et al., Discovery of Potent Antimalarial Type II Kinase Inhibitors with Selectivity over Human Kinases. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 2024.
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Updated on: 2/9/2024 1:29:43 PM
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The following is a list of published abstracts and papers where the work was either facilitated, or directly supported, by the NIH HIV Reagent Program.



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2009 - 2011 Journal Citations

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2006 - 2008 Journal Citations

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2003 - 2005 Journal Citations

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2000 - 2002 Journal Citations

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