A Review of the Internet Site “Practical Molecular Biology”

Georgieva, S. G.; Nabirochkina, E. N.; Soldatov, A. V.; Krasnov, A. N.
November 2001
Molecular Biology;Nov2001, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p961
Academic Journal
In 2000, in the middle of September, the Russian Web site Practical Molecular Biology (http://molbiol.edu.ru) was opened. The main tasks of the project are (i) distribution of experimental work experience among Russian and foreign laboratories and (ii) organization of an information database in Russian for researchers connected with molecular biology or medicine.


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