The main purpose of this websiteis to provide one central source, freely available to all, For the storage of allele frequencies from different polymorphic areas in the HUMAN genome. Users can contribute the results of their work into one common database, and can perform database searches on information already available.
Provides reliable information from scientists worldwide about the contribution of animal research to medical advances.ARRIVE Guidelines
The ARRIVE (Animal Research: Reporting of In Vivo Experiments) guidelines were developed as part of an NC3Rs initiative to improve the design and reporting of biomedical research using animals ensure it can be fully evaluated and utilised. They are aimed primarily at scientistis writing up their research for publication and for those who are involved in peer review.
These guideslines were first published in June 2010 and are endorsed by over 300 journals (including those of the British Society for Immunology), major funding bodies and many learned societies.
British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology
The British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology website offers medical professionals easy access to up to date resources including news articles, position statements, educational opportunities, SOPs, professional guidelines, pathways & referrals. For members of the public the society offers helplines, FAQ’s on the most common allergies and information on how to find your nearest relevant allergy service.
Global Atlas of Helminth Infections
An open-access information resource on the distribution of soil-transmitted helminths and schistosomiasis around the world. The information is available as downloadable maps, providing excellent illustrations for educational purposes.
The Immunology Link is a immunology, cell biology, biotechnology and molecular biology research resource which provides information for graduate and medical students, post-doctoral fellows, clinical fellows, faculty in immunology and research scientists in basic medical sciences and biotechnology. The website provides a comprehensive list of relevant databases, antibody resources and much more.
Immunoportal provides a wealth of information on Immunohistochemistry and In Situ Hybridization with protocols, discussion forums, teaching resources, image gallery and much more. Infectious Disease Research Network
Infections are an important and growing concern for many clinical specialties across the NHS. High quality infectious disease research often requires effective multidisciplinary collaborations involving clinicians in several centres, laboratory scientists, epidemiologists, economists, mathematical modellers and others. The Infectious Disease Research Network (IDRN) aims to promote such collaborations, provide multidisciplinary training opportunities, and act as a forum for encouraging high quality infectious disease research. Our focus is on UK-based research, although we welcome international members and collaborators.
Visit MolecularStation for research and science information. Featuring protocols database, and bioinformatics databases and Science Forums to make it easy for you to get help for science questions, and discuss your research and its techniques with others. The website is subdivided the sections into DNA, RNA, Protein, and Proteomics.
OpenWetWare is an effort to promote the sharing of information, know-how nad wisdom among researchers working in biology and biological engineering. The website hosts many lab and group webpages, protocols, online classes and blogs. Understanding Animal Research
Understanding Animal Research (UAR) aims to achieve broad understanding and acceptance of the humane use of animals in biomedical research in the UK, to advance science and medicine. The information provided by UAR is based on thorough research and understanding of the facts, historical and scientific. UAR seeks to engage with and inform many sectors to bring about its vision. Key stakeholders include members of the public, the media, policy makers, schools and the scientific research community.
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