Type 2 Diabetes
Monkey Clinical Database
Primed Shines provides the world’s largest collection of well-characterized spontaneous diabetic rhesus monkeys. NHP models of Type 2 diabetes (T2DM) display all of the characteristics of diabetic patients at different stages of the progressive disease, including obesity, and complications such as nephropathy and retinopathy. 
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Diabetic Diastolic Dysfunction
Monkey Imaging Database
PriMed has set up 230 dysmetabolic rhesus ECHO database with longitudinal(>5 years) medical records, including echo, clinical pathology, body weight, food intake,vet treatment and dosing record.
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Eye Disease
Monkey Imaging Database
PriMed has Set up 235 monkeys (7-22 years, longest duration of T2DM: 8 years, follow-up in 102 eyes of 51 monkeys) OCT and FP database.110 eyes from 60 monkeys with clinical or subclinical diabetic retinopathy.
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NAFLD/NASH
Non-human Primate Model
Spontaneously obese and dysmetabolic NHPs develop hepatic pathology with characteristics of NAFLD/NASH. The NHP model, permitting both repeated liver biopsies and multiple imaging studies, provides new opportunities to understand the pathogenesis as well as to examine in detail (with sequential repeated liver biopsies and longitudinal metabolic biomarkers) both the progression of the disease and its response to new therapeutic agents.
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Diabetic Kidney Disease
Non-human Primate Model
PriMed Shines' NHP models develop diabetic kidney disease with similar phenotypes as human patients, including hyperglycemia, glycosuria, albuminuria, and low GFR, providing the ideal animal model for investigating the mechanisms underlying human DKD, as well as for pharmaceutical discovery, development, and evaluation of novel therapeutic agents.
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Inflammation
Non-human Primate Model
The non-human primate model, permitting both repeated bleeding and multiple imaging studies, provides new opportunities to understand the pathogenesis as well as to examine in detail both the progression of the disease and its response to new therapeutic agents.
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