How to Order

 

The NIH HIV Reagent Program allows public users to search our web catalog, however, only approved registrants may request reagents from the NIH HIV Reagent Program. For information and forms regarding registration with the NIH HIV Reagent Program, click here. After your registration application has been approved by NIAID and ATCC, you will receive a login name and password. Reagents from the NIH HIV Reagent Program can be requested online only.

After logging in, find the reagent you need using the search function. Select the items from the search results to see the product detail pages. After you read the product detail page description, click the "Add to Cart" button to place the item into your 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 federal regulatory compliance requirements. To display the permits needed for a particular item, select the permits link on the item’s product detail page.

Important tips on the NIH HIV Reagent Program Reagent Requests:

1. Please be advised that the NIH HIV Reagent Program distributes reference/research amounts of all our reagents. In order to ensure availability to all qualified researchers, it is our policy to only provide research quantities of a given reagent per year to each registered user.

 

2. Item availability is subject to change due to limited supply, production costs, withdrawal, regulatory restrictions or other events. Some NIH HIV Reagent Program reagents are not amplifiable and limited to our repository stock on hand. The NIH HIV Reagent Program websites list the most current reagent holdings.

 

3. Please remember the essential program requirement to acknowledge both the NIH HIV Reagent Program and the Depositor of the Reagent(s), as indicated on the Reagent Product Sheet in all publications and presentations resulting from your use of the reagents, whether the reagents are used as standards, controls or modified derivatives. The suggested format for such acknowledgement can be found on each item's catalog detail page.  (See How to Cite)