This site was born out of a need to provide extensive bioinformatic protocols for the use of nanopore sequencing in my current home laboratory. The protocols needed to be well documented and usable by any individual, with a lot or little programming experience, so that they can be passed on to other individuals as required by research needs. In addition, the protocols needed to be accessible from any device, and editable on the fly as research methods are improved or changed. Therefore, Neurobiology.Dev was born.
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