Features include immediate desktop access to specially commissioned scientific reviews, informative resource links and over 600,000 scientific records.
At its core is our abstracting and indexing database. Updated weekly, the database supplies bibliographic information and abstracts (as well as additional full text where available) for all aspects of genetics, transgenics and genetically modified plants and animals including applied use for food, feed and biofuels, and for research purposes. Cloning, embryo transfer and tissue culture are also key areas we cover.
Subscribe to AgBiotechNet and benefit from:
- Up-to-the-minute access to research developments in genetic modification, GM foods, cloning, sequencing and genomics. tissue culture, molecular techniques and updates on relevant economic and social issues
- Incisive overviews on critical topics
The AgBiotechNet abstracts database (a subset of CAB Abstracts) contains:
- Over 600,000 research summaries from 1989 onwards
- Weekly updates, with over 30,000 new records added per year
- Literature from over 90 countries
- Over 4,200 serials indexed
- Over 36,000 full text records
*Figures correct February 2021
Why use it?
- You don’t have to scan the ever-increasing scientific literature or all the news sources – we’ve done it for you
- You’ll find it easy to track down research that matters to you, because we’ve tagged all the important concepts
- As well as the best-known journals, we cover publications that other databases do not include
- The reviews sections help make sense of the vast amount of data
AgBiotechNet is an essential resource for anyone working in the area of plant or animal genetics or genetic modification. Subscribers include food, genomics, seed and biotech companies, developers in the industry and at research level, animal and plant research labs, government agencies, policy-makers, research planners, consultants and investors.
- genetic engineering
- transgenic animals
- transgenic plants
- molecular genetics
- in vitro culture
- nucleotide sequences
- animal cloning
- embryo transfer