The Society of Archaeal Biology plays a central role in consolidating efforts to construct a comprehensive informational resource for archaeal research. Our database of protocols is meant to serve as a community-wide repository, offering researchers a platform to access and explore a diverse array of methodological guidelines to advance the understanding of archaeal biology. 

We encourage all researchers to contribute by submitting their protocols, fostering collaboration and enriching the collective knowledge base. By sharing expertise and innovative techniques, you'd be directly contributing to the archaeal research community, propelling the field forward, and uncovering the mysteries of these often-overlooked microorganisms.

You can filter the database by phylogeny or by method. As the database grows, we will look to build out a sophisticated search function.