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Integrative Biology: Protocols

What is a protocol?

In science a protocol is a predefined written procedural method in the design and implementation of experiments. Protocols are written whenever it is desirable to standardize a laboratory method to ensure successful replication of results by others in the same laboratory or by other laboratories.

Selected Protocol databases

PubMed - resource for finding recent protocols.

Cold Spring Harbor Protocols: full-text published by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.

Current Protocols [Wiley]
Access Current Protocols in Toxicology,  bioinformatics, Control Protocols in Field Analytical Chemistry, and others.

Methods in Enzymology

Nature Protocols

Springer Nature Experiments
Alternative Name(s) & Keywords: Springer Protocols (BioMed Protocols)
Experimental procedures in biochemistry, bioinformatics, biotechnology, cancer biology, cell biology, genetics/genomics, imaging/radiology, infectious diseases, microbiology, molecular biology and medicine, neuroscience, pharmacology/toxicology, plant sciences, and protein science.
Online versions of Methods in Molecular Biology and Methods in Molecular Medicine.

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