ACGT success reflected in the latest publication records

The ACGT has been mentioned under authors’ affiliation in a variety of publications over the last 12 months. These include the following articles:

    • Berger, D.K., Crampton, B.G., Hein, I. and Vos, W Screening of cDNA Libraries on Glass Slide Microarrays. Methods in Molecular Biology 382 177-203 (2007).
    • Birkholtz, L,. van Brummelen A.C,. Clark K, Niemand J, Maréchal E, Llinás M and Louw A.I. Exploring functional genomics for drug target and therapeutics discovery in Plasmodia Acta Tropica 105 (2), 113-123 (2008).
    • Clark, K., Dhoogra, M., Birkholtz, L. and Louw, A.I. Transcriptional responses of Plasmodium falciparum to a-difluoromethylornithine-induced polyamine depletion. Biological Chemistry. 389(2), 111-125 (2008).
    • Crampton, B.G., Law, P., Coetzer, N.,Vos W. and Berger, D. K. Can genomics and bioinformatics be applied to studies of non-model plants such as pearl millet? South African Journal of Botany, 73 (2),279 (2007).
    • Law, P.J., Claudel-Renard C., Joubert, F., Louw,A.I. and Berger. D.K. MADIBA: A web server toolkit for biological interpretation of Plasmodium and plant gene clusters. BMC Genomics 9:105 (2008)
    • Morris, E.J. The Cartagena Protocol: Implications for regional trade, research and technology development in Africa. Development Policy Review, 26(1), 29-57 (2008).
    • Virgin, I., Bhagavan, M., Komen, J., Kullaya, A., Louwaars, N., Morris, E.J., Okori, P. and Persley, G. Agricultural Biotechnology and Small-scale Farmers in Eastern and Southern Africa. Stockholm Environment Institute Working Paper. ISBN 978-91-976022-1-1 (2007).

Many more publications from the CSIR, University of Pretoria and University of the Witwatersrand reflect the application of gene technologies in the partner institutions.