Current searches include the following: Arecibo, which is searching over 22 globular clusters ; Green Bank Telescope (GBT), which is working alone and in conjunction with Arecibo [123, 104]; the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (GMRT), which is searching over about 10 globular clusters ; and Parkes, which is searching over 60 globular clusters . Although these searches have been quite successful, they are still subject to certain selection effects such as distance, dispersion measure, and acceleration in compact binaries . For an excellent review of the properties of all pulsars in globular clusters, see the review by Camilo and Rasio  and references therein. The properties of known pulsars in binary systems with orbital period less than one day are listed in Table 2, which has been extracted from the online catalog maintained by Freire .Update
With the ongoing searches, it can be reasonably expected that the number of millisecond pulsars in binary systems in globular clusters will continue to grow in the coming years.
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