Mace ES, Rami JF, Bouchet S, Klein PE, Klein RR, Kilian A, Wenzl P, Xia L, Halloran K, Jordan DR.

Published: BMC Plant Biology, 26 January 2009, Volume 9, Page 13. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2229-9-13

A consensus genetic map of sorghum that integrates multiple component maps and high-throughput Diversity Array Technology (DArT) markers. Sorghum genome mapping based on DNA markers began in the early 1990s and numerous genetic linkage maps of sorghum have been published in the last decade, based initially on RFLP markers with more recent maps including AFLPs and SSRs and very recently, Diversity Array Technology (DArT) markers.

Horvath A, Didier A, Koenig J, Exbrayat F, Charmet G, Balfourier F

Published: Theor Appl Genet, November 2009, Volume 119(8), Page 1523-37. DOI: 10.1007/s00122-009-1153-8

A highly polymorphic core collection of bread wheat and a more narrow-based breeding material, gathered from pedigrees of seven modern cultivars, was analysed in order to compare genetic diversity indices and linkage disequilibrium (LD) patterns along the chromosome 3B with microsatellite (SSR) and Diversity Arrays Technology markers

Aurelie Bonin, Margot Paris, Guillaume Tetreau, Jean-Philippe David, Laurence Despres, 

 Published: BMC Genomics, 21 November 2009, Volume 10, Page 551 DOI:10.1186/1471-2164-10-551

Genome scans are becoming an increasingly popular approach to study the genetic basis of adaptation and speciation, but on their own, they are often helpless at identifying the specific gene(s) or mutation(s) targeted by selection. This shortcoming is hopefully bound to disappear in the near future, thanks to the wealth of new genomic resources that are currently being developed for many species. In this article, we provide a foretaste of this exciting new era by conducting a genome scan in the mosquito Aedes aegypti with the aim to look for candidate genes involved in resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis (Bti) insecticidal toxins.

Francki M G, Walker E, Crawford A C, Broughton S, Ohm H W, Barclay I, Wilson R E, McLean R

Published: Mol Genet Genomics, February 2009, Volume 281(2), Page 181-191. DOI: 10.1007/s00438-008-0403-9

A number of technologies are available to increase the abundance of DNA markers and contribute to developing high resolution genetic maps suitable for genetic analysis. The aim of this study was to expand the number of Diversity Array Technology (DArT) markers on the wheat array that can be mapped in the wheat genome, and to determine their chromosomal location with respect to simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers and their position on the cytogenetic map

Hanna Bolibok-Bragoszewska, Katarzyna Heller-Uszynska, Peter Wenzl, Grzegorz Uszynski, Andrzej Kilian and Monika Rakoczy-Trojanowska.

Published: BMC Genomics, 3 December 2009, Volume 10, Page 578. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2164-10-578

Implementation of molecular breeding in rye (Secale cereale L.) improvement programs depends on the availability of high-density molecular linkage maps. However, the number of sequence-specific PCR-based markers available for the species is limited. Diversity Arrays Technology (DArT) is a microarray-based method allowing for detection of DNA polymorphism at several thousand loci in a single assay without relying on DNA sequence information. The objective of this study was the development and application of Diversity Arrays technology for rye.

Hai-Chun Jing, Carlos Bayon, Kostya Kanyuka, Simon Berry, Peter Wenzl, Eric Huttner, Andrzej Kilian and Kim Hammond-Kosack.

Published: BMC Genomics, 30 September 2009, Volume 10, Page 458. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2164-10-458

Diversity Arrays Technology (DArT) employs a hybridisation-based approach to type thousands of genomic loci in parallel. DArT markers were developed for T. monococcum to assess genetic diversity, compare relationships with hexaploid genomes, and construct a genetic linkage map integrating DArT and microsatellite markers.