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The NIH HIV Reagent Program reagents are shared with registered individuals and organizations engaged in HIV/AIDS related research. To register you must be affiliated with a public, private, academic, non-profit or for-profit institution. Registrants must demonstrate they work in an established institution with facilities and safety programs appropriate for the level of registration requested. The NIH HIV Reagent Program encourages individuals and organizations to take advantage of our institutional registration process when more than one qualified researcher at an organization is interested in receiving materials from the NIH HIV Reagent Program.

Registration with the NIH HIV Reagent Program is required to request materials. Registered scientists may request reagents through the NIH HIV Reagent Program catalog online. After your registration application has been approved by NIAID and ATCC, you will receive a login name and password. Use these to log in to the Web site and access the catalog and shopping cart. All NIH HIV Reagent Program reagents are provided at no cost, however, shipping charges do apply and registrants are responsible for providing their courier account numbers for shipping. Some materials may require permits before they are shipped according to regulatory compliance requirements.  If you have questions about the application process, contact the NIH HIV Reagent Program.