THE ACGT DATABASE

The ACGT database is a compilation of biosciences research skills, techniques and specialised equipment of scientists at the University of Witwatersrand, University of Pretoria, CSIR, University of Johannesburg and the Agricultural Research Council. ACGT is instrumental in creating an awareness of the regional research activities and programmes. It was created to stimulate coordination of research efforts between the partner institutions and provide a platform for future collaborations.

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Personal Information

First NamePeter
Last NameKamerman
TitleDr
E-Mail Addresspeter.kamerman@wits.ac.za
Department / InstitutionPhysiology, University of the Witwatersrand
FacultyHealth Sciences
Address 1Medical School
Address 27th Floor
Address 3Room 7M04
Address 4
Telephone Number011 717 2361
Fax Number
Web Sitehttp://web.wits.ac.za/Academic/Health/Physiology/
Web link to CV

Associated Equipment

Equipment Name Equipment Location Equipment Facility Department Responsible Person
Cryostat Biotelemetry Central Animal Service, 3rd Floor Brain Function Research Group Physiology Kamerman, Peter
Microtome Biotelemetry Central Animal Service, 3rd Floor Brain Function Research Group Physiology Kamerman, Peter
Plate reader, -washer, Biorad Biotelemetry Central Animal Service, 3rd Floor Brain Function Research Group Physiology Kamerman, Peter
Algometers (Somdec, Stoetling) Biotelemetry Central Animal Service, 3rd Floor Brain Function Research Group Physiology Kamerman, Peter
Biotelemetry equipment Biotelemetry Central Animal Service, 3rd Floor Brain Function Research Group Physiology Kamerman, Peter

Associated Research Programmes

Research Programme Name Techniques Keywords Research Field Responsible Person
Brain Function Research Group Cardiac puncture, Nervous system tissue harvesting in animals, Behavioural measurements for assessing pain in humans and animals, Western blot, ELISA, Advanced statistics. Neuropathic, neuropathy, HIV, AIDS, antiretrovirals, pain. Neuropathology / Neurophysiology Kamerman, Peter