Bio-protocol publishes high quality, step-by-step protocols across the life sciences.
Recognizing the need for greater reproducibility in scientific research, our collaborating journals encourage their
authors to publish step-by-step protocols in Bio-protocol.
Gregory Finnigan
Gregory Finnigan
Professor at Kansas State University
"The reviews we received from Bio-protocol were very insightful and greatly improved the clarity of our protocols."
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Murugappan Sathappa
Research scientist at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
"I truly appreciate the mission of Bio-protocol to publish protocols that can be reproduced by others."
Meenal Sinha
Meenal Sinha
Associate specialist at UCSF
"Reviewing for Bio-Protocol has been very rewarding on multiple levels. The Bio-Protocol team is very professional and efficient."
Most Cited: Structured Illumination Microscopy (SIM) and Photoactivated Localization Microscopy (PALM) to Analyze the Abundance and Distribution of RNA Polymerase II Molecules on Flow-sorted Arabidopsis Nuclei http://bio-protocol.org/e1725 #plantsci #protocol #reproducibility
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Most Cited: Elevated Plus Maze Test to Assess Anxiety-like Behavior in the Mouse http://bio-protocol.org/e1211 More #neuroscience #protocols in our archive: https://bit.ly/3scTIzv #reproducibility
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