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Situational analysis of leishmaniases research in Kenya.
  • W. Tonui
  • Geography, Medicine
  • African journal of health sciences
  • 18 June 2008
Leishmania spp are protozoan parasites of the Trypanosomatidae family that cause disease in humans and animals. In general, infections with these parasites can be divided into three main formsExpand
Anti-parasitic activity and cytotoxicity of selected medicinal plants from Kenya.
Indigenous rural communities in the tropics manage parasitic diseases, like malaria and leishmaniasis, using herbal drugs. The efficacy, dosage, safety and active principles of most of the herbalExpand
A review of Leishmaniasis in Eastern Africa
Abstract The review presents the epidemiology of leishmaniasis in the Eastern Africa region. We searched PUB MED and MEDLINE with several key words-namely, “leishmaniasis”;“cutaneous”, “diffuseExpand
Immunization with Leishmania major Exogenous Antigens Protects Susceptible BALB/c Mice against Challenge Infection with L. major
ABSTRACT The potential of Leishmania major culture-derived soluble exogenous antigens (SEAgs) to induce a protective response in susceptible BALB/c mice challenged with L. major promastigotes wasExpand
Cross-protection against Leishmania donovani but not L. Braziliensis caused by vaccination with L. Major soluble promastigote exogenous antigens in BALB/c mice.
  • W. Tonui, R. Titus
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The American journal of tropical medicine and…
  • 1 March 2007
Vaccinating with soluble Leishmania major promastigote exogenous antigens (LmSEAgs) protects mice against challenge with L. major. To explore the potential of LmSEAgs to cross-protect againstExpand
Protection of susceptible BALB/c mice from challenge with Leishmania major by nucleoside hydrolase, a soluble exo-antigen of Leishmania.
Leishmania major culture-derived, soluble, exogenous antigens have been shown to be a source of vaccine targets for the parasite. We have previously reported that L. major culture-derived, soluble,Expand
Transmission blocking vaccine studies in leishmaniasis: I. Lipophosphoglycan is a promising transmission blocking vaccine molecule against cutaneous leishmaniasis.
BACKGROUND New strategies for control of leishmaniasis is needed as chemotherapy using antimonial drugs is prolonged, expensive, associated with side effects and relapses. Vector control hasExpand
Leishmaniasis in northern and western Africa: a review
Leishmaniasis, one of the highly neglected diseases is currently a significant health problem in northern Africa with a rising concern in western Africa because of co-infection with the HumanExpand
In vitro effects of Warburgia ugandensis, Psiadia punctulata and Chasmanthera dependens on Leishmania major promastigotes.
Plant extracts from Warburgia ugandensis Sprague (Family: Canellaceae), Psiadia punctulata Vatke (Family: Compositae) and Chasmanthera dependens Hoschst (Family: Menispermaceae) were tested forExpand
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