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Database of laboratory research protocols, written by experts in the field, with a set of personal and community features. These “recipes” allow scientists to recreate experiments in their own laboratory.

Springer Protocols contains about 18,000 protocols, most of which are derived from the book series Methods in Molecular Biology, published by Humana Press. That book series, introduced by Dr. John Walker in 1984, contains more than 400 volumes and has spawned several related book series. There are fifteen subject collections.

Coverage: early 1980s to date
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Last modified: 05/15/14