John Kingori Mwonjoria

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Title/Qualifications: PhD
Department/Unit/Section:
Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Contact Address:
Kenyatta University, P.O. Box 43844-00100, Nairobi, Kenya
Position: Lecturer
Area of Specialization: Medical Physiogy, PhD ongoing;-Medical biochemistry
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Research Interests: Neural sciences: Pain, inflammation and fever

Publications

Gitahi, Ngugi, Mwonjoria et al., 2015 Antipyretic properties of Dichloromethane: Methanolic Leaf and Root Bark Extracts of Carissa edulis in Rats Asian Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 5(43):12-20 doi: 10.15272/ajbps.v5i43.681

Gitahi, Ngugi, Mwonjoria et al., 2015 Antinociceptive properties of dichloromethane: methanolic leaf and root bark extracts of Carissa edulis in rats The Journal of Phytopharmacology (Pharmacognosy & phytomedicine) 2230-480X

Juma, Mburu, Mwonjoria et al., 2015 Protective effects of Urtica dioica and cimetidineĀ® on liver function following acetaminophen induced hepatotoxicity in mice Journal of Developing Drugs, 4 (1): 1-7. 2329-6631. doi. 10.4172/2329-6631.1000130

Mwangi, Ngugi, Mwonjoria et al.,2015 Anti-inflammatory properties of dichloromethane: methanolic leaf extracts of caesalpinia volkensii and maytenus obscura in animal models

International J. of Current Pharmaceutical Research. 7(15) 83-87.0975-7066

Mwangi, Ngugi, Mwonjoria et al., 2015Antinociceptive Properties of Dichloromethane:Methanolic Leaf Extracts of Caesalpinia volkensii and Maytenus obscura in Animal Models J Pain Relief 2015, 4:4 2167-0846 JPAR

Njagi, Ngugi Mwonjoria et al., 2015 Determination of Hematological Effects of Methanolic Leaf Extract of Vernonia lasiopusin Normal Mice Journal of blood and lymph 5:3. Article under press 2165-7831 JBL, doi. 10.4172/2165-7831.1000139

Mwonjoria et al.,2014 Ethnomedicinal, phytochemical & pharmacological aspects of S. incanum (lin.) Intern. J. Phytopharmacol and Toxicology. 2: 2doi: 10.14419/ijpt.v2i2.1454

 

Mwonjoria et al.,2014 Suppression of nociception by S. incanum (lin) is associated with anti-inflammatory activity Journal of Phytopharmacology (Pharmacognosy &   phytomedicine) 3(3):156-162 2230-480X

Kariuki &Mwonjoria 2013 Ethnomedicinal, Phytochemical & pharmacological profile of genus Toddalia. Phytopharmacology 4(2): 259-268

Mwonjoria et al., 2011Antinociceptive antipyretic effect of Solanum incanum (Lin) in animal models

Intern. J. Phytopharm 0975-9328 2229- 7472

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