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Antidiabetic Effects of Aqueous Leaf Extracts of Acacia nilotica in Alloxan Induced Diabetic Mice
(Elsevier Masson, 2015)
Diabetes is increasingly affecting a growing number of patients and seriously reducing their quality of life. Use of conventional drugs in diabetes management is expensive, thus, unaffordable to most patients. Furthermore ...
Molecular Characterization of Group A Rotaviruses in Mukuru Slums Kenya: Detection of Novel Strains Circulating in Children Below 5 Years of Age
(BMC Research Notes, 2017)
Background: Gastroenteritis is a public health concern due to high morbidity and mortality among children. Rotavi‑ ruses are the leading etiological agents of severe gastroenteritis in children and accounts for more than ...
In-Vivo Oral and Intraperitoneal Administration of Extract from Vernonia lasiopus
(Medicinal & Aromatic Plants, 2017)
Diabetes mellitus in Kenya is a major health concern as it is known to result in mobility, mortality, and long-term complications. Conventional drugs used in the management of diabetes mellitus are unavailable, expensive, ...
Antidiabetic Activity of Administration of Aqueous Extract of Berberis holstii
(Journal of Diabetes and Metabolism, 2017)
Diabetes mellitus in Kenya is of public health concern since it causes significant mortality and complications that are long term. Though conventional drugs are used in the management of diabetes mellitus they are ...
In Vivo Safety of Aqueous Leaf Extract of Lippia javanica in Mice Models
(OMICS International, 2015)
Rural dwellers in Kenya often resort to herbal remedy and dietary control in the treatment of several diseases including diabetes mellitus (DM), hypertension, cancer and cardiac diseases. The therapeutic applications of ...