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Challenges Drug discovery Factors Plant-based products
G. Anywar and Namukobe, J., Factors affecting the choice for plant-based products in drug discoveries, Phytochemicals as Lead Compounds for New Drug Discovery, pp. 15-2, 2020.
P. Sekandi, Namukobe, J., Byamukama, R., Akala, H. M., Yeda, R. A., and Heydenreich, M., Bioactive secondary metabolites from the leaves of Secamone africana (Olive.) Bullock, International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences, vol. 14, no. 5, 2020.
S. Luliro Kito and Wanjala, G., The Toeplitz-Hausdorff and Spectral Inclusion Theorems for Linear Relations, International Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science, vol. 16, no. 4, pp. 1637–1645, 2021.
CypermethrinOrganochlorine pesticidesHealth risksMountain gorillasBwindi Impenetrable National Park
C. Amusa, Rothman, J., Odongo, S., Matovu, H., Ssebugere, P., Baranga, D., and Sillanpää, M., The endangered African Great Ape: Pesticide residues in soil and plants consumed by Mountain Gorillas (Gorilla beringei) in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, East Africa, Science of The Total Environment, vol. 758, p. 143692, 2020.
depression; antioxidant; cytokines; anti-inflammatory; cytotoxicity; medicinal mushroom; Psilocybe natalensis
S. M. Nkadimeng, Nabatanzi, A., Steinmann, C. M. L., and Eloff, J. N., Phytochemical, Cytotoxicity, Antioxidant an¬dAnti-Inflammatory Effects of Psilocybe Natalensis Magic Mushroom, Plants, vol. 9, no. 9, p. 1127, 2020.
Envenomation; Medicinal plants; Post-conflict; Snakebite; Traditional medicine practitioners; Uganda.
D. Fred Okot, Anywar, G., Namukobe, J., and Byamukama, R., Medicinal plants species used by herbalists in the treatment of snakebite envenomation in Uganda, Tropical Medicine and Health, p. 48:44 , 2020.