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PROF. JOSIAH OUMA OMOLO

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Associate Professor
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+254 722 488821
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Faculty of Science
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Chemistry
Organic Chemistry
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Chemistry Department P.O. Box 536, 20115 - Egerton
SUMMARY

Prof. Josiah O. Omolo is an associate professor of Organic Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Egerton University. In addition, he is also the Director, Marketing and Resource Mobilization, Office of the Vice Chancellor. He was a former Dean, Faculty of Science (2011 – 2015), where he served for the allowable two terms of two-year each. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Chemistry, specializing in Natural Products Chemistry within Organic Chemistry. The PhD degree was obtained from Kenyatta University in a sandwich programme with Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Germany. He received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Chemistry from Kenyatta University, Kenya. He has a long-standing experience working with plants and fungi from unique Kenyan eco-habitats targeting biologically significant small molecules (secondary metabolites). He is trained in and continues to conduct research in fungal biotechnology for secondary metabolites production, their separation techniques and structure elucidation of the chemical structures. His focus on biologically active plant and fungal secondary metabolites it to discover natural compounds with potential applications in agriculture, public health, human and animal health. He has experience in setting bioassays for screening and efficacy testing. In his research laboratory there are established systems and expertise in bioactivity guided separation of active compounds in crude extracts, which are obtained from plant material, and mycelial and extracellular fungal cultures. Some of the established bioassays are; antifungal, antibacterial, antiplasmodial, antioxidant, larvicidal, anti-inflammatory, insecticidal. He has successfully supervised several undergraduate and postgraduate students and works in collaboration with researchers locally and internationally.

ORCID
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9876-0179
ACADEMIA
https://independent.academia.edu/JOumaOmolo
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

2000: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Organic Chemistry - Kenyatta University, Kenya

1994: Master of Science (Msc) degree in Chemistry - Kenyatta University, Kenya

1990: Bachelor of Science (Bsc) degree (3:1:1), Chemistry - Kenyatta University, Kenya

FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Chemistry of Natural Compounds
  • Fungal Biotechnology
  • Bioactivity guided separation of biologically active molecules.
  • Spectroscopy and structure elucidation
KEY PROJECTS

Completed Research Projects

  1. Global Challenges Research Fund Networking (GCRFNGR3\1298) grant (2019 – 2020). Project Title: Croton seed oil partnership: a diverse industrial natural product for sustainable development in East Africa
  2. National Research Fund (NRF) Kenya (2012, 2016, 2017) – Characterization of antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant anti-inflammatory and anticancer compounds from tropical plants and fungi.
  3. Africa Institute for Capacity Building (AICAD) Grant (2005-2008).
  4. Project Title: Screening for mosquito larvicidal formulations from submerged cultures of ascomycetes and basidiomycetes using biotechnological techniques
  5. Egerton University Internal Research Funds (2004-2005) & (2006-2007).
  6. Project Title: Screening for anti-microbial secondary metabolites from submerged cultures of ten species of basidiomycetes using biotechnological techniques.
  7. Project Title: Search for antifungal compounds from extracts of basidiomycetes against phytopathogen Fusarium oxysporium f. sp. lycopersici
  8. International Foundation of Science (IFS) – (2006-2009).
  9. Project Title: Purification and structure elucidation of natural mosquito larvicidal compounds from crude extracts prepared from submerged cultures of an ascomycete and six basidiomycetes.
  10. Nature Publishing Group Award for Natural Products 2007.

 

Ongoing projects 

  1. African Agriculture Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (AAKTP) scheme. Project Title: Croton seed oil knowledge transfer partnership: natural products from Croton seeds for biorational agriculture in East Africa
  2. Agri-tech catalyst round 9: agriculture and food systems innovation (2020 - 2023). Project Title: Pyrethrum in Bloom: Bringing Back the Power of Pyrethrum to Enhance Livelihoods of Small Holders in Kenya (2020 – 2023).  
RESEARCH INTERESTS

Natural Products Research, Chemistry of biologically active compounds, fungal biotechnology, in silco and biopotency evaluation of active molecules from local medicinal plants and fungi, development of bioproducts for application in public health, agriculture and medicine.

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

Published Scientific Journal Articles

  1. Fasahat Parkar, Alice Wanjiku Njue, Moses Kiprotich Langat & Josiah Ouma Omolo (2019): Characterization of secondary metabolites from the berries of Ziziphus mucronata and their antioxidant properties, Natural Product Research (Print), 1478-6427 (Online). For more details click here.
  2. Regina Kemunto Mayaka, Alice Wanjiku Njue, Moses Kiprotich Langat, Peter Kiplagat Cheplogoi1 and Josiah Ouma Omolo (2019): Antimicrobial compounds from the Kenyan Ganoderma adspersum (Schulz.) Donk species. International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences. 13(7): 3390-3397. For more details click here.
  3. Regina Kemunto Mayaka, Moses Kiprotich Langat, Alice Wanjiku NJUE, Peter Kiplagat Cheplogoi and Josiah Ouma Omolo (2019) Chemical compounds from the Kenyan polypore Trametes elegans (Spreng:Fr.) Fr (Polyporaceae) and their antimicrobial activity. International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences.  13(4) 2352-2359. 8221-IJBCS. For more details click here
  4. Chirchir K. D., Cheplogoi K. P., Omolo J. O., and Langat K. M. (2018) Chemical constituents of Solanum mauense (Solanaceae) and Dovyalis abyssinica (Salicaceae). International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences. 12(2): 999-1007. For more details click here.
  5. Alice W. Njue, Josiah O. Omolo, Peter K. Cheplogoi, Moses K. Langat and Dulcie A. Mulholland (2018) Cytotoxic ergostane derivatives from the edible mushroom Termitomyces microcarpus(Lyophyllaceae) Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 76 (2018) 12 – 14. For more details click here
  6. Njoroge, H. W., Muia A. W., Boga H. I., Otaye D. O., Kariuki C. W. and Ouma J. O (2018) Antimicrobial Activity of Streptomycetes Isolated from the Mau Forest Complex in Kenya. Egerton J. Science & Technology. Volume 16: 86-101 ISSN No. 2073 – 8277.
  7. Abigail Wambui Waweru, Josiah Ouma Omolo, Peter Kiplagat Cheplogoi., Alice Wanjiku Njue (2017) Mosquito larvicidal trihydroxylindene derivative from submerged cultures of Trametes species African Journal of Biotechnology. Vol. 16(26), pp. 1457-1460. For more details click here.
  8. Njue A. W., Omolo, J. O., Cheplogoi P. K. and Waweru, A. W, (2017) Cytotoxic triterpenoids from the mushroom Clavulina cinerea (Bull) J. Schröt (Cantharellaceae) International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences. 11(2): 865-873, April 2017. For more details click here.  .
  9. David M. Kiplagat, Hoseah M. Akala, Pamela O. Liyala, Julia M. Wangui, Rose A.O. Odhiambo, and Josiah O. Omolo (2016)   Antiplasmodial activity of flavan derivatives from rootbark of Cassia abbreviate Oliv. Journal of Saudi Chemical Society (2016) 20, S140–S144. For more details click here.  
  10. Tindibale L. Edward, M.S.K. Kirui, Josiah O. Omolo, Richard G. Ngumbu, Peter M. Odhiambo, Kamweru Paul K. (2015) Change in Concentration of Vitamin D2 in Oyster Mushrooms Exposed to 254nm and 365nm UV-light During Growth International Journal of Biochemistry and Biophysics 3(1): 1 -5. For more details click here.
  11. Tindibale L. Edward, M. S. K. Kirui, Josiah O. Omolo, Richard G. Ngumbu, and Peter M. Odhiambo (2014) Effect of Ultraviolet-A (UV-A) and Ultraviolet-C (UV-C) Light on Mechanical Properties of Oyster Mushrooms during Growth Journal of Biophysics. For more details click here.  
  12. Othira J. O., Omolo J. O., Kiruki S., Onek L. A. and Wachira F. N. (2014) Molecular diversity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) in Lake Victoria of Kenya. Journal of  Ecology and The Natural Environment. Vol. 6(4), pp. 145-152. For more details click here.  .
  13. Chirchir D K., Ouma R. B O., Cheplogoi P. K and Omolo J. O. (2013) Larvicidal activity of extracellular secondary metabolites from a Stereum species (JO5289) against the dengue fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti (Linn) (Diptera: Culicidae). African Journal of Biotechnology Vol. 12(44), pp. 6302-6309, 30 October, 2013. For more details click here.
  14. Kendagor A. C., Langat M. K., Cheplogoi P. K. and Omolo J. O. (2013). Larvicidal activity of mellein from cultures of an ascomycete Pezicula livida against Aedes aegypti. International Journal of Life Sciences Biotechnology and Pharma Research. Volume 2 No. 3 July 1-11. For more details click here.
  15. John Onyango Adongo, Josiah O. Omolo, Alice, W. Njue and Joseph W. Matofari (2012). Antimicrobial activity of the root extracts of Tylosema fassoglensis Schweinf. Torre & Hillc (Caesalpiniaceae). Science Journal of Microbiology. Volume 2012, Issue 2. Pg 1-3. DOI: 10.7237/sjmb/209. For more details click here.
  16. John Onyango Adongo, Josiah O. Omolo, Peter K. Cheplogoi, Dan O. Otaye and Alice, W. Njue (2012). In vitro Inhibition of the grey mold fungus - Botrytis cinerea - by Crude extracts from sub-merged cultures of basidiomycetes fungi. Science Journal of Biotechnology. Vol. 2012 pg 1-3. DOI: 10.7237/sjbt/175. For more details click here.
  17. Alice W. Njue, Dan O. Otaye, Peter K. Cheplogoi and Josiah O. Omolo (2012). In vitro inhibition of tomato Fusarium wilt causative agent by zearalenone from a soil inhabiting fungus. African Journal of Biotechnology. 11(72), pp. 13683-13689. For more details click here.
  18. Othira, J. O., Omolo, J. O., Wachira, F. N. and Onek, L. A. (2012). Effectiveness of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in protection of maize (Zea mays L.) against witchweed (Striga hermonthica Del Benth) infestation. Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology and Sustainable Development 4(3), 37-44. For more details click here.
  19. Mayaka R. K., Langat M. K, Omolo J. O. and Cheplogoi P. K. (2012). Antimicrobial prenylated acetophenones from berries of Harrisonia abyssinica (Simaroubaceae). Planta Medica, 78: 383-389. For more details click here.
  20. Njogu E. M., Njue A. W., Omolo J. O. and Cheplogoi P. K. (2009). Larvicidal activity of (oxiran-2-yl)methylpentanoate extracted from mushroom Cyptotrama asprata against mosquito Aedes aegypti. International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences 3 (6) 1203-1211. For more details click here
  21. Omolo J. O., Anke H. and Sterner O. (2002). Hericenols A-D and a chromanone from submerged cultures of a Stereum species. Phytochemistry. 60 431-435. For more details click here.
  22. Ouma J. O., Chhabra S.C. and Nyagah G. (2001). Iron contents of some edible leafy vegetables and medicinal plants used traditionally for anaemia treatment in East Africa. African Journal of Health Sciences. 8 55-61. For more details click here.
  23. Ouma J. O. Isolation and structure elucidation of biologically active secondary metabolites from Kenyan fungi PhD. Thesis 2000 (KU). For more details click here.
  24. Omolo J. O., Anke H., Chhabra S. C. and Sterner O. New variotin analogues from Aspergillus viridi-nutans Journal Natural Products. 63 975-977 2000. For more details click here
  25. Ouma J. O., Chhabra S.C. and Nyagah G. (1997). Determination of iron content in different parts of herbs used traditionally for anaemia treatment in East Africa. J. Ethnopharmacol. 58 97-102. For more details click here.
CONFERENCES & INVITED PRESENTATIONS
  1. 30th – 31st October 2012: Invitation to KODI - Open Data Incubator Project - Outreach to Research Community Sensitization workshop on open data at ICIPE, Duduville, Kasarani Nairobi.
  2. 25th – 26th October 2012: Bioethics: Medical, Legal, Environmental and Cultural aspects in Health Care Ethics. 9th Annual Conference organised by Strathmore University.
  3. 17th – 20th July 2012: The Future of Biodiversity in Africa: Scope, Opportunities, Collaboration, Access and Sharing Benefits hosted Taita Taveta University College.
  4. 17th May 2012: Participated in a stakeholders’ workshop to debate Draft Atomic Energy Bill (2012) in Laico Regency, Nairobi.
  5. 26th – 30th March 2012: Transformative Leadership training for Egerton University senior manager in Utafiti, Egerton University.
  6. 17th – 19th February 2012: Civic education for senior public officers on implementation of the New Constitution.
  7. 20th - 23rd November 2010: The 11th International Chemistry conference and Exhibition in Africa (11 ICCA) within a subject of The Role of Chemistry in Development of Africa in Sohag University, Luxor Egypt.
  8. 24th – 28th March 2009: Attended and gave an oral presentation at the 2nd African Conference on Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms, held in Accra, Ghana.
  9. 25th – 29th February 2008: Participated and presented a poster in The First IOCD-ISDNP International Symposium on Natural Products at Kasane, Botswana.
  10. 22nd – 27th July 2007: Participated and presented a poster on my research project in Gordon Research Conference on Natural Products at Tilton School, USA.
  11. 28th May – 1st June 2007: Trained in IFS Training Workshop for new Grantees in Pretoria South Africa.
  12. 7th-13th August 2003: Participated in Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities (SENCER) Summer Institute 2003 (SSI-2003) held in San Jose, California USA.
  13. 11th – 22nd November 2002: facilitated as a resource person and participated in a training workshop on Development of People and Instruments in Biotechnology held at Egerton University, organised and coordinated by Network of Users of Scientific Equipment in Eastern and Southern Africa-Kenya (NUSESA-KE) and sponsored by the Netherlands Government through Biotechnology Trust of Zimbabwe (BTZ).
  14. 19th-23rd August 2002: Participated and presented a paper in the 4th International Kenya Chemical Society Conference at Egerton University.
  15. 22nd – 25th May 2002: Participated in East African Regional Workshop in Kilifi on Research in Protozoan Pathogens organised by Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI), International Training and Research in Emerging Diseases, University of Washington and Malaria Research Training Program, Seattle Biomedical Research Institute.
  16. 11th - 13th July 2001: Participated in a workshop at ICIPE Kasarani on Biotechnology and Biosafety in Africa, a workshop organized by BioNET Africa on “Capacity Building on Biotechnology for African Universities”.
  17. 26th Jan. 2001: Presented a talk during a seminar organized by Natural Products Research Network for Eastern and Central Africa Kenya Branch (NAPRECA-K) at Kenyatta University.
  18. 9-12th 2000: presented a thesis research paper during the Kenyatta University Postgraduate Seminar.
  19. 5-7th Sept. 1999: Presented a talk during a symposium during the 20th Tübinger-Göttinger Gespräche with the theme, “Chemistry of micro-organisms.”
  20. 7-10th March 1999: Participated in a conference organized by the German Society for Microbiology. The main themes were; Genomics, Evolutive Biotechnology, Regulatory pathways and new classes of active chemical compounds from micro-organisms.
  21. 5-12th Nov. 1995: Conference by Kenya DAAD Scholars Association with the theme: Strengthening University-Industry relationships.
HONORS, PRIZE AND AWARDS
  1. Nature Publishing Group Award to attend Natural Products conference at Tilton School, New Hampshire USA in the period 22nd – 27th July 2007.
  2. Sept – Dec 2007: Re-invitation Fellowship by German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) to Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Germany.
  3. 1996 – 2000: PhD Scholarship from DAAD for a sandwich programme between Kenyatta University and University of Kaiserslautern.
  4. 1991 – 1994: MSc Scholarship from DAAD.
TEACHING AREAS

Undergraduates

CODE: TITLE

  • CHEM 130: Organic Chemistry I
  • CHEM 231: Stereochemistry and Reaction Mechanisms I
  • CHEM 332: Organic Chemistry III
  • CHEM 333: Chemistry of Lipids
  • CHEM 324: Physical Methods of Structure Determination
  • CHEM 334: Polyaromatics and Protein Chemistry
  • CHEM 335: Chemistry of Carbohydrates
  • CHEM 436: Advanced Stereochemistry and Reaction Mechanisms
  • CHEM 454: Research Project
  • CHEM 446: Chemistry of Natural Products
  • CHEM 437: Organic Spectroscopy
  • CHEM 438: Heterocyclic Chemistry
  • CHEM 439: Introduction to Organic Synthesis
  • CHEM 447: Polymer Chemistry

Postgraduates

CODE: TITLE

  • CHEM 730: Modern Methods of Organic Synthesis
  • CHEM 750: Practical Techniques
  • CHEM 732: Natural Products Chemistry I
  • CHEM 733: Natural Products Chemistry II
  • CHEM 735: Advanced Stereochemistry
  • CHEM 716: Medicinal Chemistry
  • CHEM 800: Scientific Writing and Publishing (Thesis and Research articles)
POSTGRADUATE SUPERVISION
MASTERS LEVEL :
  1. Fasahat Abdul Parkar (SM11/11785/16) Thesis Title: Investigation of antioxidant compounds from the berries of two medicinal plants: Teclea simplicifolia (Engl.) I. Verd. AND Ziziphus mucronata subsp. mucronata Willd. Status: Graduated in July 2020.  For more details click here
  2. Tindibale Edward (SM13/3073/11) – Thesis title: Effect of Ultraviolet-A and Ultraviolet-c Light on the Concentration of Vitamin D2 and Mechanical Properties of Oyster Mushrooms during Growth. Status: Graduated in December 2015. For more details click here.
  3. Dorcas Awuor Abuya (SM11/2196/08) - Thesis title: Screening and chemical characterization of antiplasmodial compounds from sub-merged cultures of five selected basidiomycetes. Status: Graduated in June 2014.
  4. Okwany Jacquiline Sharon (SM11/2747/10) – Thesis title: Extraction, testing and purification of mosquito larvicidal compounds from sub-merged cultures of a basidiomycete JO6025 against Aedes aegypti. Status: Graduated in June 2014.
  5. John Onyango Adongo (SM11/2010/07) - Thesis title: Search for antifungal compounds from extracts of selected Kenyan basidiomycetes against phytopathogen Botrytis cinerea (Pers. ex Fr.). Status: Graduated in May 2012.
  6. Russell Ben Omondi (SM11/1787/06) - Thesis title: Search for novel mosquito larvicidal natural products from biotechnological cultures of Kenyan basidiomycete Coriolus hirsutus (JO5185). Status: Graduated in May 2012. For more details click here.
  7. Lucy Ombaka (SM11/2021/07) - Thesis title: Phytochemical Investigation of Extracts from Elaeodendron buchananii for antiplasmodial compounds. Graduated in May 2012.
  8. Judith Muteitsi (SM11/1911/07) - Thesis title: Purification and structure elucidation of mosquito larvicidal compound(s) from biotechnological cultures of an ascomycete species JO5035 against Aedes aegypti. Graduated in November 2011. For more details click here.
  9. David Kiplagat Magoi (SM11/0380/01) – Thesis title: Screening for antiplasmodial compounds from five selected traditional medicinal plants used for malaria treatment. Graduated in May 2011.
  10. Abigail Wambui Waweru (SM11/1963/07) - Thesis title: Purification and structure elucidation of biological active compounds produced by a Trametes species (JO5066) in biotechnological cultures. Graduated in November 2010. For more details click here.
  11. Denis Chirchir (SM11/1802/06) - Thesis title: Isolation, screening and characterization of mosquito larvicidal compounds in extracts of the basidiomycete JO5289. Graduated in May 2010. For more details click here.
  12. Alice Wanjiku Njue (SM11/1535/05) - Thesis title: Search for antifungal compounds from extracts of basidiomycetes against phytopathogen Fusarium oxysporium sp. Lycopersici. Graduated in November 2009. For more details click here.
  13. Eric M. Njogu (SM11/1475/05) - Thesis title: Chemical investigation of mosquito larvicidal compounds from extracts a basidiomycete JO5444. Graduated in November 2009.
  14. Salome A. Osunga (SM11/1097/03) - Thesis title: Screening and chemical characterisation of larvicidal compound(s) from extracts prepared from submerged cultures of some six basidiomycetes against Aedes aegypti and Culex Graduated November 2008. For more details click here.
  15. Ann C. Kendagor (SM11/1508/05) - Thesis title: Purification and structure determination of mosquito larvicidal compounds from the basidiomycete JO5182. Graduated November 2008. For more information click here.
  16. Regina K. Mayaka (SM11/1025/03) - Isolation and characterization of antimicrobial compounds from berries of Harrisonia abyssinica (Simaroubaceae). Graduated in November 2007. For more details click here.
  17. Emily M. Mutambi (SM11/1451/05) - Thesis title: Prospecting for antibacterial compounds from a basidiomycete JO5191. Graduated in August 2007. For more details click here.

 

Ongoing Master of Science (Chemistry) students co-supervised

  1. Nancy Nyambura Ng’ang’a (SM11/2001/07) Thesis Title. Determination of Arsenic and its speciation in chicken meat: A study of Imenti North Sub-County, Meru County.
  2. Lang’at Ezekiel Kipkorir (SM11/11771/16) Thesis Title. Investigation of Thermodynamic and Kinetic Properties for Adsorption of Heavy Metals on Sugar Cane Bagasse to Clean Industrial Waste Waters.
PhD. LEVEL :

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) co-supervised and completed

  1. Regina Kemunto Mayaka (SD11/0339/12) – Thesis title: Characterization of antimicrobial chemical constituents and the derivatives from some selected edible and medicinal Kenyan polypore fungi. Status: Gaduated in July 2020. For more details click here.
  2. David K. Chirchir (SD11/0342/12) - Anticancer screening, characterisation and derivatization of selected plants’ alkaloids from Salicaceae, Myrtaceae and Solanaceae Status: Graduate in December 2019. For more details click here.
  3. Alice Wanjiku Njue (SD11/0351/12) - Thesis title: In vitro analysis of compounds from extracts of selected Kenyan basidiomycetes against cancer cell lines. Status: Graduate in December 2017.
  4. Othira J. Odongo (SD14/0127/04) - Thesis title: Characterization of secondary metabolites produced by Arbuscular Mycorrizal Fungi (AMF) in the control of Striga hermonthica. Status: Graduated in May 2013.

Ongoing Doctor of Philosophy (Chemistry) students co-supervised

  1. Palmer Sivoko Imbenzi (SD11/23551/14):- Thesis title: Search for antioxidant compounds from four indigenous vegetables in Kenya
  2. Eric Kibagendi Osoro (SD11/23550/14):- Thesis title: Investigation of selected indigenous Kenyan Auricularia species for anti-inflammatory compounds
  3. Abigail Wambui Waweru (SD11/14678/15):- Thesis title: Investigation of compounds used for treatment of goat pneumonia from three Kenyan medicinal plants.
  4. Kanyora Amos Kimemia (SD11/12277/16):- Thesis title: Kinetics and thermodynamic studies of Platinum(Ii) complexes containing bidentate and tridentate n-donor ligands
OTHER SOCIETIES
  1. 2008 to date: Member of African Scientific Institute (ASI).
  2. 1998 to date: German Society for Microbiology, Member No. 2171.
  3. 1993 to date: Kenya DAAD Scholars Association, KDSA.
  4. 1991 to date: Kenya Chemical Society, KCS.
  5. 2000 to date: Natural Products Research Network for Eastern and Central Africa Kenya Branch (NAPRECA-K).
REFEREES

Summesh C. Chhabra,

Chemistry Department,

Kenyatta University,

P.O. Box 43844,

Nairobi, KENYA.

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Dr. Heidrun Anke,

Institute for Biotechnology and Drug Research,

IBWF, Erwin Schroedinger-56, D-67663

Kaiserslautern, GERMANY.

anke@ibwf.de

 

Prof. Dr. Olov Sterner,

Department of Organic and Bioorganic Chemistry,

Lund University,

P.O. Box 124, SE-211 00 Lund SWEDEN.

Olov.Sterner@organic.lu.se

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