Prof. Joseph J.N. Ngeranwa


Dean of School
Department of Biochemistry & Biotechnology
Tel. 630647 (Res.) Mobile. 0722268093
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P. O. Box 43844-00100,

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  1. KARANJA,W.M., MDACHI, R.E., NGERANWA, J.J.N. AND MURUNGI I.J.(2009).Determination of diminazene aceturate in animal tissues by EnzymeLinked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA). 30th International scientific council on trypanosomiasis control (ISCTRC) in Kampala from the 21-25 September 2009.
  2. KIHARA, M., MAKUNI, J.M. NGERANWA, J.J.N. AND MBUGUA,P.M. (2008) In vitro evaluation of antibacterial activity of aqueous extract of leaves of Azadirachta indica (Neem). 5th International Congress of the African Association of Physiological Sciences (AAPS) held in Nairobi from 27th July-1st August 2008.
  3. NJAGI, J.M, ,NGERANWA, J.J.N. AND NJAGI, E.N.M. (2008).“ Hypoglycemic effects of some Kenyan plants that traditionally manage Diabetes mellitus” 5th International Congress of the African Association of Physiological Sciences (AAPS) held in Nairobi from 27th July-1st August 2008.
  4. MIMANO, L.N.; NJAGI,E.N.M. AND NGERANWA, J.J.N. (2003). “Diarrhoea causing organisms in the human population of Mathare, Nairobi, Kenya.” The 9th Symposium of the Biochemical Society of Kenya Annual Symposium; 14th- 15th August 2003; Department of Biochemistry, Kenyatta University. Abstract , pp 9.


  1. NGERANWA, J.J.N., SHOMPOLE, S.P., VENTER, E.H., WAMBUGU, A. , CRAFFORD, J.E. AND PENZHORN, B.L. (2008). Detection of Anaplasma antibodies in wildlife and domestic species in wildlife-livestock interface areas of Kenya by major surface protein 5 competitive inhibition enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research, 75: 199-205.
  2. NGERANWA, J.J.N., VENTER, E.H., PENZHORN, B.L., SOI, R.K., MWANZIA, J. AND NYONGESA. (1997). Characterisation of Anaplasma isolates from eland Taurotragus oryx): Pathogenicity in cattle and sheep and DNA profile analysis. Veterinary Parasitology., 74: 109-122.
  3. NGERANWA, J.J.N. AND KILALO, D.C. (1994). The ability of Stomoxys calcitrans and mechanical means to transmit Trypanosoma (brucei) evansi from goats to camels in Kenya.Veterinary Research Communication.
  4. NGERANWA, J.J.N.; GATHUMBI, P.K.; MUTIGA, E.R. AND AGUMBA, G.J.O. (1993). Pathogenesis of Trypanosoma (brucei) evansi in small East African Goats. Research in Veterinary Science., 54: 283 - 289.
  5. NGERANWA,J.J.N.; MUTIGA,E.R.; AGUMBA,G.J.O.; GATHUMBI,P.K. AND MUNYUA, W.K. (1991). Effect of experimental Trypanosoma (trypanozoon) (brucei) evansi infection on fertility of male goats. Veterinary Research Communication.,15: 301 – 308.
  6. WAITHAKA S.K., NJAGI E.N. NGERANWA J.N., CHIURI B.M., NJAGI L.J., GATUA W.K. AND MWANGI D.M. (2010). Glomerular Filtration rate assessment Using Creatinine Related Parameters for Healthy Adult Kenyan Population. Asian Journal of Medical Science., 2(3): 141-145.
  7. MWANGI, D.M., NJAGI, L.M., MCLIGEYO, S.O., KIHORO, J.M., NGERANWA, J.J.N., ORINDA, G.O. AND NJAGI, E.N.M. (2009). Subclinical Nephrotoxicity associated with with ocuupational Silica Exposure among Malee Kenyan Industrial Workers. East African Medical Journal 244-250.
  8. KIBUGU J.K., NGERANWA J.N, MAKUMI J.N., GATHUMBI J.K.,MDACHIR.E, KAGIRA J.M. AND MWANGI J.N. (2009). Aggravation of pathogenesis mediated by ochratoxin A in mice infected withTrypanosoma brucei rhodesiense Parasitology.,136: 273- 281.
  9. KIBUGU J.K., MAKUMI J.N., NGERANWA J.J.N, KAGIRA J.M., GATHUMBI J.K. AND MWANGI J.N. (2009). Aggravation of pathogenasis mediated by aflatoxin B1 in mice infected with rypanosoma brucei rhodensiense. The Journal of Protozoolgy Research Volume 19:24-33.

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