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We are pleased to announce the expansion and further harmonization of our laboratory science capabilities in the U.S., providing clients with more flexibility, more space and more options when placing their important studies with us.
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Made from stainless steel with large polycarbonate windows, capable of both negative containment & positive isolation, HEPA filtered supply & exhaust, 3-speed fan control, sterile access port and automated water system with adjustable height drinker.
Northeastern Wildlife, Inc

Northeastern Wildlife, Inc

Phone 208-689-9172
Fax 607-844-4635
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Contact: James Whipple
5235 E. Holiday Rd
Harrison, ID 83833
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James Whipple founded Northeastern Wildlife in March of 1987 with the objective of providing a source of “non-traditional” animal models of human disease. The first animal model established was the woodchuck (Marmota monax) as an animal model for Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) studies and hibernation research. This was followed by the introduction of opossums for pancreatitis and lower esophageal sphincter (LES) research. In 1991, Northeastern Wildlife became a USDA licensed research facility and has since performed numerous protocols for both the public and private sectors. Since our founding, we have supplied most of the woodchucks used in international studies.
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