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Browsing by Author "Kalombo, L"

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  • Nkabinde, LA; Shoba-Zikhali, LN; Semete-Makokotlela, Boitumelo; Kalombo, Lonji; Swai, HS; Hayeshi, R; Naicker, B; Hillie, TK; Hamman, JH (Bentham Science Publishers, 2012-07)
    Many drug delivery systems have indicated improvement in delivery of various drug molecules and among these biodegradable and biocompatible polymers such as poly(D,L-lactide-co-glycolide) (PLGA) have been shown to enhance ...
  • Semete, B; Kalombo, Lonji; Katata, L; Chelule, P; Booysen, L; Lemmer, Yolandy; Naidoo, S; Ramalapa, B; Hayeshi, R; Swai, HS (Taylor & Francis, 2012-03)
    Current treatment of tuberculosis is inadequate due to lengthy treatment course and drug-related toxicity. To address these setbacks, we developed a nanotechnology drug delivery system that can be administered in a single ...
  • Omwoyo, WN; Ogutu, B; Oloo, F; Swai, H; Kalombo, Lonji; Melariri, P; Mahanga, GM; Waweru Gathirwa, JW (Dove Medical Press Limited, 2014-08)
    Primaquine (PQ) is one of the most widely used antimalarial drugs and is the only available drug that combats the relapsing form of malaria. PQ use in higher doses is limited by severe tissue toxicity including hematological- ...
  • Hayeshi, R; Semete, B; Kalombo, Lonji; Lemmer, Yolandy; Katata, L; Swai, H (CRC Netbase, 2013-11)
    Nanotechnology is a multidisciplinary field that encompasses the design, manipulation, characterization, production, and application of structures, devices, and systems at the nanometer scale range (~1–500 nm), which present ...
  • Mandiwana, V; Kalombo, Lonji; Venter, Karien; Sathekge, M; Grobler, A; Zeevaart, JR (Springer, 2015-09)
    Developing nanoparticulate delivery systems that will allow easy movement and localization of a drug to the target tissue and provide more controlled release of the drug in vivo is a challenge in nanomedicine. The aim of ...
  • Lemmer, Yolandy; Semete, B; Booysen, L; Kalombo, Lonji; Katata, L; Jones, AT; Alexander, C; Khati, M; Swai, HS; Verschoor, JA (2010-06)
    South Africa currently has the highest incidence of TB per 100000 (358 per 100000) people in the world. In 2007 alone 112000 people died of TB in South Africa, of which 94 000 (72%) were co-infected with HIV. Although TB ...