Recommended reporting guidelines for life science resources

Other names: Reporting guidelines for research resources

Recommended reporting guidelines for research resources frequently used in biomedical research, including antibodies, constructs, cell lines, model organisms and knockdown reagents. The purpose of these guidelines is to determine what information is required to uniquely identify a resource, either using "extrinsic" identifiers or providing sufficient metadata about "intrinsic" attributes to identify sufficiently characterize a resource. The Resource Identification Initiative was developed as an extension of these guidelines.



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