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  • Detection of selective tyrosinase inhibitors from some South African plant extracts of lamiaceae family
    Etsassala, Ninon Geornest Eudes Ronauld, 2017-06-21T11:12:40Z, University of the Western Cape
    Magister Scientiae - MSc ...
  • Detection of selective Tyrosinase inhibitors from some South African plant extracts of Lamiaceae family
    Ronauld, Ninon Geornest Eudes, 2018-02-19T08:13:15Z, University of the Western Cape
    Magister Scientiae - MSc (Chemistry) ...
    1. Detection of sequence diversity in the CYP2C19 gene of Xhosa South African individuals : an analytical and comparative study including in silico and functional analysis of the 5’ flanking region
      Drogemoller, Britt I., 2010-02-23T08:38:49Z, Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch
      Thesis (MSc (Genetics))--University of Stellenbosch, 2010. ...
    2. A description of the established modifiable risk factors for hypertension amongst adult Batwsana in the Gaborone District
      Kuhlmann, Janet, 2014-04-29T13:04:34Z
      Hypertension is a m ajor disease in the black population o f Sub-Saharan Africa and the United States o f America. It is one o f the m ajor risks for cardiovascular mortality and morbidity w hich contributes to disability and increased health care costs. Studies have revealed that socio- economic ...
    3. Detection of the calreticulin type 1 and type 2 mutations in a group of myeloproliferative neoplasm patients using molecular methods
      Du Toit, Louise de Villiers, 2017-08-15T12:35:35Z, University of Pretoria
      The myeloproliferative neoplasms (MPN), formerly referred to as chronic myeloproliferative disorders, are a group of haematopoietic stem cell disorders that are characterized by clonal proliferation of one or more mature myeloid lineages. The group of disorders, now classified as the classic MPNs, i ...
    4. Teaching volume to grade 7 learners in an inclusive classroom: an evaluation of a teaching approach
      Khumalo, Zoleka, 2014-04-30T07:05:46Z
      The study analyses and interprets effective teaching strategies that develop mathematical concepts of measurement in an inclusive classroom. In order to get a deeper understanding of these effective teaching strategies, an account of a series of lessons on volume in Grade 7 in an inclusive classroo ...
    5. The role of calcium metabolism in Plasmodium falciparum
      Kirchmann, Nicola Helen, 2014-04-30T07:12:56Z
      Very little is known about how the malaria parasite regulates calcium levels, but it is of undoubted importance as calcium is one of the key intracellular messengers relaying both physiologic and plasmacological signals. The aim of this study was to establish resistance reversal properties of flu ...
    6. Detection of the Janus kinase 2 V617F mutation using molecular methods
      Senamela, Tshiphiri, 2016-06-10T07:18:41Z
      In 2005, a mutation located at exon 14 of the Janus Kinase gene on chromosome 9 was discovered in patients with Polycythaenia vera (PV), essential thrombocythaemia (ET) and primary myelofibrosis (PMF). The mutation (JAK2 V617F/G1849T) causes valine to be substituted by phenylalanine at codon 617. As ...
    7. Deep fungal infections diagnosed in Johannesburg in the period 1987-1996
      Klevansky, David Wayne, 2014-04-30T07:18:02Z
      The aim of this study was to update the knowledge concerning the types and relative prevalence of the various deep fungal infections of the skin encountered in the Johannesburg region. Two previous studies have been published concerning deep fungal infections in this area, first by Lurie in 1955 ( ...
    8. The detection of two plasmodium falciparum metabolic enzymes using chicken antibodies.
      Krause, Robert Gerd Erich., 2013-02-12T12:42:50Z
      Three protein targets are used in malaria rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs). These are Plasmodium falciparum histidine rich protein 2, Plasmodium lactate dehydrogenase and aldolase. A thrust of research in RDTs is to improve on their specificity and sensitivity. In this study the current diagnostic targ ...
    9. Introduction of radmaste microchemistry in disadvantaged schools in Gauteng: a case study
      Kolobe, Lebala Miriam, 2014-04-30T07:26:08Z
      A case study was conducted in two regions (Duduza and Soshanguve) in the Gauteng province to establish how the RADMASTE Centre of the university of the Witwatersrand introduced RADMASTE microchemistry to science teachers in three schools in these regions, and how the teachers subsequently introduced ...
    10. A gender perspective on democrary in school management practices of a Gauteng secondary school
      Komane, Joseph Papi, 2014-04-30T07:35:27Z
      The purpose o f this single case study is to evaluate how far the government’s policy measures and legislation have gone to overcome gender inequalities in the school management practices o f a school in Soweto. The school was selected because o f the role it played in the struggle against apartheid ...
    11. Quality assurance and dental patient records
      Kopsala, Jaana Tellervo, 2014-04-30T07:56:29Z
      A well designed, adequately documented and properly maintained patient record is an important tool for quality assurance. The aim of this cross-sectional, descriptive study is to specify and quantify the adequacy of dental patient record keeping and its usefulness for quality assurance purposes. ...
    12. Classification of microcalcifications in digitised mammograms
      Kramer, Dani, 2014-04-30T07:59:21Z
      In this investigation ^number of image texture analysis techniques for the classification of microcalcifications in digitised mammograms are presented. Microcalcifications are often an early indication of breast cancer, and computer-aided diagnostic techniques are capable of improving diagnostic ...
    13. The detection of wetlands using remote sensing in Qoqodala, Eastern Cape
      Gibson, Lesley Ann., 2003, University of Cape Town
      Bibliography: leaves 66-68. ...