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For NIH grant applications, dkNET has created an automated tool to enable researchers to gather information and generate a Reproducibility Report including the authentication of key biological resources to comply with the NIH Submission Policy.

The following information is included in the report:

  1. Resource information (the current system is limited to antibodies and cell lines. Additional resources will be added in the future)
  2. RRIDs, which are used as unambiguous identifiers of the resources
  3. Any noted issues or problems with the resources
  4. An authentication plan based on submitted information


This is a new feature that we are testing and we will be adding more functions very soon. If you have any comments or suggestions, let us know with the Contact help desk button at the bottom right.

To get started:
Create an NIDDK Information Network account or log into your existing account.

*Disclaimer: Researchers should verify the authenticity of their research resources before grant submission or publication. Current NIH guidelines do not include clear instructions for the authentication process. Our recommendations for authenticating the resources on dknet.org are based on experts’ opinions and suggestions from volunteer working groups. Information provided on dknet.org does not represent NIH policy. dkNET ingests resource identification information from relevant databases in a timely manner, but timeliness may vary by resource center. For the most current information, please check individual resource centers directly. dkNET bears no responsibility for the accuracy and reliability of ingested content.

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