As a whole, the Springer Protocols program publishes a combination of methods and protocols that have become industry standard along with novel protocols that are showing advances in the field. Springer Protocols offers researchers established, tested, and trusted protocols that are being used in the leading Immunology research laboratories. The content covers not just traditional Immunological topics such as virology, HIV, Bacterial Peristence, T-Cell and cancer research, and ELISA methods, but also publishes in new, emerging, and popular areas such as Celiac Disease, Immunoinformatics, and mouse modeling.
The best content in this field
The most impactful book that was published in the history of the program is John Crowthers ELISA Guidebook, which was the best selling Immunology book for years (number of views/downloads 29549). The most recent double volume – Vaccine Design (2016) is incredibly exciting as it covers how to design and implement vaccines for all types of viruses. The editor made sure to cover third-world disease as well, combined, it’s basically an MRW. It focuses not just on basic techniques but also advanced and emerging techniques, it provides full coverage across the entire range of virology with an eye on the future and the elimination of disease globally.
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