Current Protocols is a series of laboratory manuals for life scientists. The flagship title, Current Protocols in Molecular Biology, was first published in 1987. It was conceived by a group of researchers at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. Since then, the series has continued to introduce additional Current Protocols titles.
Scientists contribute methods which are reviewed by one of 14 Editorial Boards. The core content of each title is updated, and new material is added, on a quarterly basis.
In 2009, a website was launched. The site features online versions of all of the texts, research tools, video protocols, and a blog.
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... As of April 2010, titles in the series included Current Protocols in Bioinformatics Current Protocols in Cell Biology Current Protocols in Chemical Biology Current Protocols in Cytometry Current Protocols in Essential Laboratory Techniques Current Protocols in Human Genetics Current Protocols in Immunology Current Protocols in Magnetic Resonance Imaging Current Protocols in Microbiology Current Protocols in Molecular Biology Current Protocols in Neuroscience Current Protocols in Nucleic Acid Chemistry Current Protocols in Pharmacology Current Protocols in Protein Science Current Protocols in Stem Cell Biology Current Protocols in Toxicology. ...
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