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Spring Valley Laboratories

P.O. Box 242
Woodbine, MD 21797
Toll free: 800-864-1839

Phone: 410-795-2222
Fax: 410-795-2242

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Spring Valley Laboratories specializes in the production of custom polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies and the conduct of GLP protocols for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. We have experience in immunology, in vitro/in vivo toxicology, and nutrition protocols and can also provide a variety of services including tissue culture, bacteriology, biochemistry, molecular biology, and embryology. There are over 1000 rabbits and mice on protocols at any given time. By design, we are a service organization and willing to enter into confidentiality agreements to safeguard your technology and data. We are licensed by the USDA as an animal research facility, fully accredited by AAALAC, have on file an "Assurance of Compliance with the Public Health Service Policy on Humane Care and Use of Laboratory Animals" and are licensed to use radioactive materials and "Schedule 2 through Schedule 5" controlled substances. In addition to our services, we have a small unique line of monoclonal antibodies to rabbit antigens for sale. We can also provide MHC homozygous matched rabbits and rabbits carrying a human CD4 transgene for use at your facility or ours.

Last update of this entry: before October 1999.

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