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Notes on the genus Frithia (Mesembryanthemaceae) and the descrip­ tion of a new species, E humilis, in South Africa
The two window-leaved species of Frithia N.E.Br (Mesembryanthemaceae), formerly thought to be a monotypic genus, has been found to comprise two species, and morphological differences between the roots, leaves, flowers, pollen, capsules and seeds are discussed. Expand
Optimization of viral protein ratios for production of rAAV serotype 5 in the baculovirus system
A library of rationally designed rAAV serotype 5 variants with modulations in the translation-initiation region of VP1 and investigated the potency of the resulting vectors found that the initiation strength at the VP1 translational start had downstream effects on the VP2/VP3 ratio. Expand
Mesenchymal stem cells modulate release of matrix proteins from tendon surfaces in vitro: a potential beneficial therapeutic effect.
The source of cell is an important consideration for cell therapy and fibroblasts from skin and tendon appeared less capable of preventing the release of matrix proteins than mesenchymal stems cells. Expand
Evaluation of Irrigation Water Measurement Methods and Devices in South Africa
A three year long research project, funded by the Water Research Commission of South Africa, commenced in 2001 with its main objectives being to assess the current status of irrigation waterExpand
Big and beautiful bananas : bananas
More than 90% of bananas produced in South Africa are for the local market. Bananas grown in the Lowveld are sent to all parts of the country, including Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Port Elizabeth andExpand
The grasslands and wetlands of the Sekhukhuneland Centre of Plant Endemism, South Africa
A hierarchical classification, description, and ecological and floristic interpretations are presented on the vegetation types of the grasslands and wetlands of the Sekhukhuneland Centre of PlantExpand
PhP.B Enhanced Adeno-Associated Virus Mediated-Expression Following Systemic Delivery or Direct Brain Administration
The challenge in developing a vector that can be delivered noninvasively while achieving a transduction level similar to that of direct administration of AAV5 is illustrated by a humanized AAV9-PhP.B. Expand