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    Evaluation suitability of different models for Aspergillus Niger growth and glucose oxidase production in submerged fermentation

    Alireza, Jafari Arimi
    Journal of Biotechnology, 2008, Vol.136, pp.S106-S107 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Evaluation suitability of different models for Aspergillus Niger growth and glucose oxidase production in submerged fermentation
    Author: Alireza, Jafari Arimi
    Is part of: Journal of Biotechnology, 2008, Vol.136, pp.S106-S107
    Identifier: 0168-1656 (ISSN); 10.1016/j.jbiotec.2008.07.244 (DOI)

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    The Journal of Infectious Diseases, 2017, Vol. 215(12), pp.1926-1929 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Reviewers
    Subject: Medicine ; Biology;
    Is part of: The Journal of Infectious Diseases, 2017, Vol. 215(12), pp.1926-1929
    Identifier: 0022-1899 (ISSN); 1537-6613 (E-ISSN); 10.1093/infdis/jix136 (DOI)

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    Erratum to: BMC Public Health , Vol. 18

    BMC Public Health, 2017, Vol.17 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Imprisoned and imperiled: access to HIV and TB prevention and treatment, and denial of human rights, in Zambian prisons

    Todrys, Katherine W, Amon, Joseph J, Malembeka, Godfrey, Clayton, Michaela
    Journal of the International AIDS Society, 2011, Vol.14, p.8-8 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Determination of sleeping sickness transmission risk areas from trypanosome infection rates of tsetse flies in Daloa, Côte. d’Ivoire

    Dagnogo, Mamadou, Traore, Gabehonron, Souleymane, Fadiga
    International Journal of Tropical Insect Science, 2004, Vol.24(2), pp.170-176 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Barriers to initiating tuberculosis treatment in sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic review focused on children and youth

    Sullivan, Brittney J., Esmaili, B. Emily, Cunningham, Coleen K.
    Global Health Action, 01 January 2017, Vol.10(1) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Journal of Tropical Pediatrics, 2013, Vol. 59(2), pp.i-ii [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: In this Issue April 2013
    Is part of: Journal of Tropical Pediatrics, 2013, Vol. 59(2), pp.i-ii
    Identifier: 0142-6338 (ISSN); 1465-3664 (E-ISSN); 10.1093/tropej/fmt014 (DOI)

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    A peptide nucleic acid label-free biosensor for Mycobacterium tuberculosis DNA detection via azimuthally controlled grating-coupled SPR

    Silvestri, Davide, Sonato, Agnese, Ruffato, Gianluca, Meneghello, Anna, Antognoli, Agnese, Cretaio, Erica, Dettin, Monica, Zamuner, Annj, Casarin, Elisabetta, Zacco, Gabriele, Romanato, Filippo, Morpurgo, Margherita
    Analytical Methods, 2015, Vol.7(10), pp.4173-4180 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: A peptide nucleic acid label-free biosensor for Mycobacterium tuberculosis DNA detection via azimuthally controlled grating-coupled SPR
    Author: Silvestri, Davide; Sonato, Agnese; Ruffato, Gianluca; Meneghello, Anna; Antognoli, Agnese; Cretaio, Erica; Dettin, Monica; Zamuner, Annj; Casarin, Elisabetta; Zacco, Gabriele; Romanato, Filippo; Morpurgo, Margherita
    Description: Grating coupled surface plasmon resonance phenomena under azimuthal control of incident light ( 0 GC-SPR) have recently been exploited for the development of biosensing solutions with a sensitivity similar to that of classic prism-coupled SPR sensors, with the advantage of higher miniaturization potential. Here we combined the use of 0 GC-SPR with the use of peptide nucleic acid (PNA) probes and a strategy for maximizing the signal-to-noise ratio for the sensitive detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MT) DNA. We focused our attention on the optimization of the PNA-based sensing layer by controlling the sensing surface composition with the PNA-based probe and a poly(ethylene oxide) (PEO)-based antifouling layer. We tested the sensor response first in the presence of complementary and non-complementary oligonucleotides, and then we applied our strategy for the detection of PCR amplified samples, using the fluorescence-based microarray technology as the control. With the 0 GC-SPR set-up adopted, a limit of detection (LOD 0.26 pM) more than one order of magnitude lower than that obtained by the fluorescence method (LOD 8.9 pM) was observed using a complementary oligonucleotide target. Also when PCR amplicons were analysed on SPR grating surfaces, lower DNA concentrations were detectable with the SPR readout as compared to the fluorescence one, and with an experimental protocol that does not include the need to use expensive fluorophore molecules. The whole approach, involving the sensor fabrication, the sensing surface control and DNA detection, has demonstrated that 0 GC-SPR is a good starting point for a sensitive, versatile and scalable biosensing technique that will be further investigated in future experiments.
    Is part of: Analytical Methods, 2015, Vol.7(10), pp.4173-4180
    Identifier: 1759-9660 (ISSN); 1759-9679 (E-ISSN); 10.1039/c5ay00277j (DOI)

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    Trends in Childhood Tuberculosis in Zambia: A Situation Analysis

    Kapata, Nathan, Chanda - Kapata, Pascalina, O’grady, Justin, Bates, Matthew, Mwaba, Peter, Janssen, Saskia, Marais, Ben, Cobelens, Frank, Grobusch, Martin, Zumla, Alimuddin
    Journal of Tropical Pediatrics, 2013, Vol. 59(2), pp.134-139 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    IT MEANS AS IF WE ARE EXCLUDED FROM THE GOOD FREEDOM: THWARTED EXPECTATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE IN THE LUAPULA PROVINCE OF ZAMBIA, 19646

    Macola, Giacomo
    The Journal of African History, 2006, Vol.47(1), pp.43-56 [Peer Reviewed Journal]