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Expression of fcyrilll, cr3 intracellular tumor necrosis factor-alpha and nitric oxide production by monocytes from children with plasmodium falciparum malaria
Malaria is a major cause of childhood morbidity and mortality in tiub-Saharan Africa. Most of the mortality is the result of severe Plasmodium falciparum (P. falciparum) disease complications such as severe malarial anemia ...
Consistency of stools as an indicator of type of intestinal parasites harboured by patients with abdominal pain at Kenyatta National hospital, Nairobi, Kenya
Abdominal pain is a common problem reported to clinicians for various ailments. Hospital records in Kenya show that high percentage of patients suffers from abdominal pain. Among the causes of abdominal pain are intestinal ...
Anti-leishmanial activity of acacia mellifera (leguminosae: momosoideae) against leishmania Major
Leishmaniasis is a major group of parasitic diseases in the tropical regions. Their public health importance requires integrated measures in order to ensure effective control of the disease. Chemotherapy is the mainstay ...
Isolation of recurrent mycobacteium isolates from sputum smear negative relapse at the central reference tuberculosis laboratory in Nairobi, Kenya
Pregnant women have increased susceptibility to malaria infection. In these women, malaria parasites are frequently found sequestered in the placental intervillous spaces, a condition referred to as placental malaria (PM). ...