Making the protocol for your systematic review available to the community has a number of benefits; it provides evidence that prespecified analyses were indeed prespecified; allows others to comment on your approach; provides examples for others planning such reviews; and can help you identify if other reviews in similar areas are already in progress.

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Systematic Review Library

The systematic review library is a respository for existing preclinical systematic reviews published in peer-reviewed journals. These were identified using Pubmed, Embase, Web of Science, and Evidence-based Preclinical Medicine databases. The list can be searched for a specific drug, intervention, animal or disease. A logo denotes the review was supported by SyRF and NC3Rs.