Developed by leading scientists in the field, Current Protocols in Cell Biology is an essential reference for researchers who study the relationship between specific molecules and genes and their location, function and structure at the cellular level.
Published in affiliation with the International Society for Analytical CytologyCurrent Protocols in Cytometry is a "best practices" collection that distills and organizes the absolute latest techniques from the top cytometry labs and specialists worldwide. It is the most complete set of peer-reviewed protocols for flow and image cytometry available.
Current Protocols in Immunology provides comprehensive coverage of immunological methods from classic to the most cutting edge, including antibody detection and preparation, assays for functional activities of mouse and human cells involved in immune responses, assays for cytokines and their receptors, isolation and analysis of proteins and peptides, biochemistry of cell activation, molecular immunology, innate immunity, animal models of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases, and stem cells.
World events of recent years have underscored the importance of studying bacteria, viruses, fungi and other microorganisms. Current Protocols in Microbiology presents clear methodologies for research in priority areas such as emerging and neglected infectious diseases, biodefense, microbe-host interactions, and host defense.
Current Protocols in Molecular Biology, the first Current Protocols publication, remains the international standard by which all other lab manuals are judged. Basic methods for DNA preparation and isolation, library screening, and sequencing have been joined by more advanced procedures detailing DNA-protein interactions, yeast manipulation, and phosphorylation analyses. From basics to the cutting edge, CPMB is the only resource you need for successful experiments.
is a one-stop resource for finding and adapting the best models and methods for all types of neuroscience experiments.
Updated every three months in all formats, CPNS is constantly evolving to keep pace with the very latest discoveries and developments. A year of these quarterly updates is included
in the initial CPNS purchase price. That's 570 pages of new (60%) and revised (40%) content on average every year since the initial publication of the work in October 1997! Presently three volumes in its looseleaf print version, CPNS...
brings together hundreds of core techniques in all branches of neuroscience
from top scientists around the world.
draws from molecular neurobiology, neurophysiology, neuroanatomy,
neuropharmacology, and behavioral neuroscience.
includes both in vitro and in vivo models, prepared, edited, and tailored
especially for neuroscience research.
Edited by: Charles Gerfen (Bethesda, Maryland); Andrew Holmes (Bethesda, Maryland); Michael Rogawski (Bethesda, Maryland); David Sibley (Bethesda, Maryland); Phil Skolnick (DOV Pharmaceuticals); Susan Wray (Bethesda, Maryland); Past Editor: Jacqueline Crawley; Ron McKay
Current Protocols in Protein Science, developed in response to this revitalized interest, provides the most comprehensive and practical compilation of protein methods available. Coverage includes procedures for the expression, characterization, and purification of recombinant proteins as well as post-translational modification and structural characterization.
Current Protocols in Toxicology is a "best-practices" collection of lab protocols for accurate, efficient assessments of toxicity in whole organisms, organs and tissues, cells, and biochemical pathways.
provides a complete and up-to-date compilation of immunological and biological reagents and who sells them. Sources for antibodies, assays, cytokines, enzymes, recombinant proteins, tissues, and organs are included.
Experiments is a new research solution developed by Springer Nature to connect researchers with the most relevant and important protocols and methods to support their research projects.
We are bringing together the largest available collection of protocols and methods proven to create results, with content from: Nature Methods, Nature Protocols, SpringerProtocols and Protocols Exchange.
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