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  1. The beta toxin of clostridium welchii Type B, Wilson in relation to the production of a vaccine against lamb dysentery
    Jansen, B.C., 2017-08-18T12:11:07Z, University of Pretoria
    Please read the abstract in page 85 of the document. ...
  2. ‘n vergelyking van beengenising by die hond na fiksasie van tibiale osteotomiee met ‘n gemodifiseerde mennenplaat en die half kirschner-fiksator
    Coetzee, Gert Louis, 2017-08-18T12:11:18Z, University of Pretoria
    Literature concerning the causes of delayed bone healing in distal canine tibial diaphyseal fractures, is reviewed. Attention is given to the importance of bone healing by callus formation in the absence of rigid fixation, as well as the normal bone healing process pertaining to radiological exa ...
  3. The ram effect on the reproductive cycle of the springbok ewe (antidorcas marsupialis)
    Cilliers, Stephan Dirk, 2017-08-18T12:12:12Z, University of Pretoria
    Plasma progesterone concentrations were used as a measure to determine the "ram effect" on nine cycling springbok ewes. Blood was collected biweekly, prior to and after ram introduction. Ewes were subjected to the ram for a period of forty two days. Blood was analysed for plasma progesterone by m ...
  4. Design and implementation of L and X-band filters for the NeXtRAD front end
    Gouveia, Dominique, 2017-08-17T14:09:13Z, University of Cape Town
    Microwave filters are required at the RF front end of a research radar called NeXtRAD to suppress out of band transmitted and received signals. NeXtRAD is a multistatic pulse-Doppler radar system, developed at the University of Cape Town (UCT) in collaboration with the University College London (UCL ...
  5. Investigation of neuron T cell interaction in central nervous system tuberculosis
    Choshi, Phuti Sophia, 2017-08-17T14:09:46Z, University of Cape Town
    Tuberculosis of the central nervous system (CNS TB) is the severest form of tuberculosis. It is classified as extra-pulmonary tuberculosis due to dissemination of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) bacilli from the lung to the brain. It affects mostly children and immune suppressed individuals and hig ...
  6. Investigating the effectiveness and efficiency of forensic pathology practice in Western Cape, South Africa
    De Jong, Jacqui Anne, 2017-08-17T14:10:08Z, University of Cape Town
    Introduction: In South Africa (SA), the forensic sector faces significant challenges including how to meet increasing public expectations for high quality, reliable and valid scientific and medico legal results, whilst dealing with increasing caseloads and restricted resources in a developing countr ...
  7. Identification and characterisation of micrornas involved in the pathogenesis of HIV–associated non-Hodgkin"s lymphoma
    Goolam Hoosen, Taahira, 2017-08-17T14:10:37Z, University of Cape Town
    Background: Since its discovery about three decades ago, the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) has claimed over millions of lives globally. Although our understanding of the mode of transmission and action of this causative agent for the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) has increased thro ...
  8. A laboratory investigation of the effect of flow rate and bedding characteristics on the interaction of a vertical water jet with an idealised soil medium
    Govender, Kuveshan, 2017-08-17T14:11:09Z, University of Cape Town
    Water conveyed through pipes systems installed beneath the ground surface has become standard practice in which treated fresh water is transported to communities. This kind of water delivery is successful in many regards but also results in considerable amounts of water wastage in the form of undete ...
  9. Genetic dating and pattern of admixture in modern human evolution
    Defo, Joel, 2017-08-17T14:11:42Z, University of Cape Town
    Genetic variation is shaped by admixture between populations in an evolutionary process. The mixture dynamic between groups of populations results in a mosaic of chromosomal segments inherited from multiple ancestral populations. The distribution of ancestral chromosomal segments and the recombinati ...
  10. The effect of seminal fluid on TBx2 and TBX3 expression and activity in cervical cancer cells
    Cooper, George William, 2017-08-17T14:12:16Z, University of Cape Town
    Cervical cancer is one of the most common female cancers in Africa, both in terms of incidence and mortality, and is disproportionately prevalent in developing nations due to a lack of adequate access to healthcare. While new vaccine technologies are rapidly reducing the incidence of Human Papilloma ...