PROF. ISAAC KIBWAGE ONGUBO

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Prof Kibwage Isaac Ongubo

Building capacity in implementation science research training at the University of Nairobi.

Use of mobile learning technology among final year medical students in Kenya.

Strengthening health systems by integrating health care, medical education, and research: University of Nairobi experience.

A strategy to improve skills in pharmaceutical supply management in East Africa: the regional technical resource collaboration for pharmaceutical management.

Influence of manufacturing practices on quality of pharmaceutical products manufactured in Kenya.

Antimalarial activity of Ajuga remota Benth (Labiatae) and Caesalpinia volkensii Harms (Caesalpiniaceae): in vitro confirmation of ethnopharmacological use.

The microbial and physical quality of recycled gloves.

Steady-state anticonvulsant drug levels in epileptic patients.

A comparative bioavailability of four Carbamazepine tablet formulations available in the Kenyan market.

Quality of intravenous infusion fluids manufactured in Kenya.

The neutralizing capacity and sodium content of antacid brands on the Kenyan market.

Evaluation of tetracycline raw materials and finished products found on the Kenyan market.

In vitro evaluation of carbamazepine 200 mg tablets.

Drug quality control work in Daru observations during 1983 -1986

Quality performance of metronidazole tablet products on the Kenyan market.

Comparative bioavailability of two brands of chlorpropamide in Kenyans.

Tissue distribution and excretion of radioactively labelled compounds in the Wistar rat after administration of [N-methyl-14C]-erythromycin A.

Thin-layer chromatographic study of the metabolites of erythromycins in the Wistar rat.

Optimization of the separation of erythromycin and related substances by high-performance liquid chromatography.

Identification of novel erythromycin derivatives in mother liquor concentrates of Streptomyces erythraeus.

Antibacterial activities of erythromycins A, B, C, and D and some of their derivatives.

Separation of erythromycin and related substances by high-performance liquid chromatography on poly(styrene-divinylbenzene) packing materials.

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