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Biochemical studies on trypanosomal prolyl oligopeptidase family pathogenic factors.
African Animal trypanosomosis, also known as Nagana, is a parasitic disease which affects many mammalian species, mainly livestock such as cattle, sheep and goats. The disease also affects humans (Human African Trypanosomosis) ...
Phytochemistry and anti-cancer potential of compounds isolated from Kenyan medicinal plants, Moringa oleifera and Prunus africana.
Cancer is one of the leading causes of death worldwide and of all the cancer related deaths occurring worldwide, 70% are in low and middle income countries. In Africa, the disease kills more people than HIV, TB and malaria ...
Yeast encapsulation for bioethanol production.
The bioethanol production industry is faced with hurdles such as uncovering cheap and abundantly available fermentation substrates, as well as yeast strains possessing high ethanol tolerance properties. Cane molasses is a ...
Over-expression of FLO11 encoded mannoprotein in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
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Effects of catharanthus roseus and centella asiatica leaf extracts on enzymes of glutamine catabolism in human colon carcinoma (CACO-2) cell line and in enterocytes from male sprague-dawley rats.
Phosphate-dependent glutaminase (PDG) is a key enzyme in several physiological processes and hence has become a target of anti-cancer drug development because of the role of glutamine in providing energy for rapidly dividing ...
Effects of host sex and pregnancy on Trichinella Zimbabwensis infection in Sprague-Dawley rats and Balb C mice.
Trichinellosis is a zoonotic parasitic disease caused by nematode parasites of the genus Trichinella. Trichinella species infect a wide range of hosts including humans, domestic and wild animals. The main mode of human ...