NIH GUIDE, Volume 23, Number 6, February 11, 1994



National Center for Research Resources

A series of nonhuman primate fetuses (logtailed macaque, Macaca

fascicularis) will be made available in the coming year allowing

interested investigators to track cohorts of cells labeled on

specific days of gestation through the full course of fetal

development.  Fetuses labeled with tritiated thymidine on days 42,

55, 70, and 90 of gestation will be taken at four or five intervals

ranging from one week to six months after labeling.  Other fetal age

cohorts may be available in the future.


Investigators interested in receiving specimens or more information

may contact:

Dr. Anita Hendrickson

University of Washington SM-20

Seattle, WA  98195

FAX:  (206) 543-1524

e-mail:  anitah@u.washington.edu

This project is partially supported by NCRR/NIH through the Regional

Primate Research Center at the University of Washington.


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