Out of Africa: The BioAfrica website. BioTechniques, 41: 129 (2006).

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Title: Out of Africa: The BioAfrica website
Authors: de Oliveira T.
Journal: BioTechniques,41:129 (2006)

Journal Impact Factor (I.F.): 2.305

Abstract

Originally developed as a part of Dr. Tulio de Oliveira?s Ph.D. thesis at the Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, BioAfrica has a mission??to organize and distribute information on the HIV/AIDS subtype C epidemic in Africa.

Numerous resources support this effort, including epidemiological information, countryby- country fact sheets, a phylogenetic tree of 116 sequences, software for BLASTing, and miscellaneous pieces of information relating to the serotype?s prevalence and infection rate.

Visitors can download software products, perform proteomics analyses, and get miscellaneous information on workshops, maps, and reports. Like a one-stop shop, BioAfrica has something for everyone

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Citation: de Oliveira T. Out of Africa: The BioAfrica website BioTechniques,41:129 (2006).


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KwaZulu-Natal Research Innovation and Sequencing Platform (KRISP), K-RITH Tower Building, Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, UKZN

Contact: Prof. Tulio de Oliveira, Tel: +27 31 260 4898, Email: tuliodna@gmail.com & deoliveira@ukzn.ac.za

Page design updated 2013. Many of the pages were previously hosted at bioafrica.net.