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10:27 EST 16th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

Human Tissues and Organs for Tomorrow's Scientific Breakthroughs
To serve scientists with customized biomaterials for use in studies to understand human disease. Human cells, tissues, and organs are required to investigate how human disease progresses and to develop new drugs and therapies for treatments and cures.Dedication to Highest Quality
NDRI is dedicated to providing the highest quality human biomaterials for research and transplantation clinical trials.


8 Penn Center8th Floor
1628 JFK Boulevard
United States of America


Phone: (215) 557-7361
Fax: (215) 557-7154

News Articles [5 Associated News Articles listed on BioPortfolio]

NDRI Elects David M. Albert to the Board of Directors

Philadelphia-based National Disease Research Interchange (NDRI) announces that it has elected to its Board of Directors David M. Albert J.D., Director of Strategy, Emerging Busine...

NIH Awards Grants to NDRI to Support Research on Alzheimer’s Disease, Autism and HIV/AIDS

The National Disease Research Interchange (NDRI) has been awarded more than $800,000 by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to supplement a current $6.5 million grant provided...

NIH Awards $6.5 Million to NDRI for Recovery of Human Tissues and Organs for Research

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) have awarded $6,591,480 to the National Disease Research Interchange (NDRI) to support continued national leadership with the recovery and ...

Lyme Disease Biobank expands to increase understanding of Lyme in heart, brain, joints

(TellMed Strategies) To encourage greater understanding of the ability of Lyme bacteria to invade tissues and organs, Bay Area Lyme Foundation announces the addition of the Lyme Disease Tissue Collect...

New medication being trialled to treat ice addiction

In what is claimed to be a world first, Australian researchers are trialling a new medication to help people who are dependent on crystal methamphetamine, or ‘ice’. The ‘N-ICE Trial’ will see...

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Virulence determinants, biofilm production and antimicrobial susceptibility in Staphylococcus aureus causing device-associated infections in a Tunisian hospital.

Staphylococcus aureus is clinically relevant pathogen that cause device-related infections driven by several virulence factors. In this study we characterize S. aureus isolates involved in medical dev...

Comparison of electroencephalogram (EEG) response to MDPV versus the hallucinogenic drugs MK-801 and ketamine in rats.

Synthetic cathinones, often marketed as 'bath salts', have been reported to induce an excited delirium syndrome with characteristic symptoms such as paranoid, hallucination and even aggression. 3,4-Me...

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National Disease Reseach Interchange

NDRI is the premier organization designed to serve scientists with customized biomaterials for use in studies to understand human disease. Our corporate goal is to ensure that human tissue donations a...

NDRI, The National Disease Research Interchange

National Disease Research Interchange (NDRI)


Human Tissues and Organs for Tomorrow's Scientific BreakthroughsTo serve scientists with customized biomaterials for use in studies to understand human disease. Human cells, tissues, and organs are re...

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