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The syndromic management of sexually transmitted diseases : clinical microbiological response in relation to aetiology, susceptibility patterns and co-infection with HIV-1 [electronic resource].
HIV-1 is the most prevalent and notorious sexually transmitted pathogen locally, and constantly challenges our foundation of knowledge regarding the classical STIs. The ultimate objective of the syndromic management ...
Bioremediation of chemically contaminated soil : extraction/analysis methodology development.
The efficacies of soil extraction methods, namely, Soxhlet, sonication, agitation, alkaline digestion and the ethyl acetate micro-method, for monitoring soil bioremediation were evaluated using three soil types, Swartland, ...
Bioremediation of creosote-contaminated soil by microbial intervention..
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P15 trypanosome microtubule associated protein : structure/function analysis and vaccine development for the prevention of African sleeping sickness.
Trypanosomes are hemoflagellated protozoan parasites causing chagas disease in South America, Leishmaniasis throughout the world, and African sleeping sickness in humans and nagana in animals in Africa. About 55 million ...
Molecular characterisation of Peronospora parasitica infecting Brassica species.
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Beta-lactamase mediated resistance in Salmonella spp. at a tertiary hospital in KwaZulu-Natal.
Extended spectrum (3-lactamases (ESBLs) were characterized in Salmonella spp. isolates from a pediatric ward of a hospital in Durban. Forty one Salmonella spp. were subjected to serotyping, antibiotic susceptibility testing, ...
Characterisation of chlorinated-hydrocarbon-degrading genes of bacteria.
1,2-dichloroethane (DCA) is one of the most widely used and produced chemicals of the modern world. It is used as a metal degreaser, solvent, chemical intermediate as well as a fuel additive. This carcinogen is toxic to ...