Oxford University


At present the following people are working on the eLABorate project in Oxford:

David Harris

David is a Lecturer in Biochemistry at the University of Oxford and Tutorial Fellow at St Anne's College, Oxford. He has been working on this project for almost two years as the scientific advisor on the simulations.


The University of Oxford has produced the ImmonoLAB package. It consists of two simulations in productions both related to immunological methods of assay. The software is working and can be downloaded. The simulations have been tested by the students and the general response, we are glad to say, was enthusiastic.

Click here for more information or to download the software.


Due to the nature of the project, the software will be distributed at cost price to any UK HE institutions. Any other applications will happily be considered.

The software can also be sent by regular post if preferred. If you would like the software on CD then please send a twenty pound (sterling) cheque for ImmunoLAB. Cheques to be made payable to Department of Biochemistry, Oxford and sent to:

Dr David Harris,
Department Of Biochemistry,
University of Oxford,
South Parks Road, Oxford,

Detailed installation instrutions will accompany the disks.

ImmunoLAB, although free, is still subject to the copyright laws and cannot be distributed after downloading. The package can be shared around the site of transfer, for example a University network, but may not be transferred off the premises to another computer etc. Applications MUST be made to this University before a copy of the program can be given.

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