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An evolutionary genomics approach towards analysis of genes implicated in transmission of trypanosomes between tsetse fly and mammalian host
Human African trypanosomiasis is the world’s third most important parasitic disease affecting human health after malaria and schistosomiaisis. The world health organization estimates approximately 60 million people at risk ...
Incidence and regulatory implications of single Nucleotide polymorphisms among established ovarian cancer genes
(University of the Western Cape, 2009)
OVARIAN cancer research focuses on answering important questions related to the disease, determining whether new approaches are feasible to contribute towards improving current treatments or discovering new ones. This study ...