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How to design experiments logically
- Ines Chyla
© BioMed Central Ltd 2000
- Received: 22 October 1999
- Published: 17 March 2000
A comprehensive repertoire of tools available to attack fundamental biological problems is presented here.
- Experimental Approach
- Specific Problem
- Molecular Approach
- Reference Book
- Technical Term
A comprehensive repertoire of tools available to attack fundamental biological problems is presented here. Aimed at both students and researchers, this is a source of new ideas to help tackle specific problems in research. There are six pages: experimental design and logic (homepage); proteins; mRNAs and cDNAs; antibodies; DNA and genes; and a dictionary. Techniques are described, with a concentration on the logic behind each experimental approach and its use to address different biological issues. Technical terms are linked to, and explained in, the dictionary.
The site was last updated 25 November 1997.
There is extensive linking to and from the dictionary across the site and this enables visitors to read the topics in any order.
Individual pages are too long.
A third layer of pages to cut down on length would be useful. Repair of the misdirected internal links would also make the long pages easier to navigate.
Kimball's biology pages provide a comprehensive online biology reference book.