Methods focuses on rapidly developing techniques in the experimental biological and medical sciences. Each topical issue, organized by an editor who is an expert in the area covered, consists of invited articles. Issues are devoted to specific technical approaches with emphasis on clear detailed descriptions of protocols that allow them to be reproduced easily. The background information provided enables researchers to understand the principles underlying the methods; other helpful sections include comparisons of alternative methods giving the advantages and disadvantages of particular methods, guidance on avoiding potential pitfalls, and suggestions for troubleshooting.
Holdings: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Aug. 1990)-present
Related titles: Incorporating Neuroprotocols ; Incorporating ImmunoMethods
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