Used primarily in the life sciences, protocols provide individual sets of instructions that allow scientists to recreate experiments in their own laboratory. These documents provide instructions for the design and implementation of experiments that include the safety bias, procedural equipment, statistical methods, reporting and troubleshooting standards for the experiment.
The Protocols are organized into 15 subject collections: Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, Cancer Research, Cell Biology, Genetics/Genomics, Imaging/Radiology, Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Microbiology, Molecular Medicine, Neuroscience, Pharmacology/Toxicology, Plant Sciences and Protein Science. Springer Protocols leverage 25 years of protocols content compiled by Humana Press and formerly marketed as BioMed Protocols. BioMed Protocols form the basis of Springer Protocols, but the new product includes not only much more content, but also new technological developments and many additional features. Each year, over 2,000 Springer protocols, of which 1,000 are updates of existing protocols, will be loaded.
As with other Springer e-products, no special software is needed and there is no limit to concurrent user access within an institution to subscribed content. All content is accessible using an Internet browser and Adobe Reader.
Springer Protocols showcase our continuing effort to offer the highest value to our subscribers as we continue to expand and improve upon our digital offering in the STM publishing world, said Ray Coln, General Manager Humana Press. Springer Protocols provides users with a wealth of information that is easy to access via the Internet or other library search tools, and with many features that allow users to share their comments with others and keep track of new items.
"Humana Press BioMedProtocols was previously the largest collection of protocols available. Because of the investments made recently by Springer,
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