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                                                                         DEPARTMENT of  PHARMACOLOGY and THERAPEUTICS, 

 SEFAKO MAKGATHO HEALTH SCIENCES UNIVERSITY,

(SMU)

SOUTH AFRICA


 


                          



 










Available:

MBChB 3 - Test 3 Results

MBChB 3: Year marks



Pharmacology III - Examination Dates:

MBChB III: 2 December 2019 @ 09:00

BDS III: 11 December 2019 @ 09:00


Pharmacology III - Re-examination Dates:

MBChB III: 10 January 2020 @ 09:00

BDS III: 14 January 2020 @ 09:00





    





 Green Pharmacology: Development of waste cellulose as resource for bio-pharmaceutical development.

Purification of cellulase enzymes from garden snails for bio-conversion of wastepaper into glucose a renewable feed stock for bio-pharmaceutical development.

 

 Development of  waste cellulose as resource for bio-pharmaceutical development.

Bioconversion of sawdust from the Lagos Lagoon, Nigeria into glucose, a fermentable sugar.

Glucose is used as a renewable feed stock for bio-pharmaceutical development.

Waste cellulose as resource for bio-medicine development

The cellulose component in waste paper is bioconverted into glucose by fungal cellulases.

Glucose is used as a renewable feed stock for bio-pharmaceutical development.

















Nelly A Ndukwe, J Boitumelo M Sibiya and J Pieter H van Wyk

The Journal of Solid Waste Technology and Management.

Saccharification of Sawdust with Aspergillus Niger cellulase.


KMP Mokatse and JPH van Wyk

Bioscience Research, 16 (3), 2927 - 2936, 2019

The influence of substrate concentration on Tviride catalyzed saccharification of various waste paper materials. 


Dhlamini, B. R. and Van Wyk, J. P. H.

CPQ Microbiology, (2019) 3:3, 1-10

Development of Newspaper as a Resource of Bioenergy Through the Successive Saccharification with Aspergillus Niger Cellulase.


T.M. Ndlovu and J.P.H. van Wyk

MethodX,  Vol 6 (2019), 1030 - 1035

Isolation of cellulase enzyme from brown garden snail (Cornu aspersum) for the saccharification of waste paper materials.


T.M. Ndlovu and J.P.H. van Wyk

Sustainable Chemistry and Pharmacy, Vol 11 (2019), 54 - 60

Relative saccharification of waste paper during successive treatment with garden snail (Cornu aspersum) cellulase.


J Pieter H van Wyk and T Ndlovu

International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology

On-line: 

https://rdcu.be/3GeL

2018

Saccharification of waste paper with cellulase from garden snails (Cornu aspersum).


J Pieter H van Wyk and T Ndlovu

 Biosciene Research, 2018, 15(2): 1218 - 1224.

 Bio-ethanol production from saccharified sawdust cellulose obtained from twenty different trees along the Lagos Lagoon in Nigeria.

Bio-ethanol production from saccharified sawdust
Publication 2018 - June 2018.pdf (330.96KB)
Bio-ethanol production from saccharified sawdust
Publication 2018 - June 2018.pdf (330.96KB)


Thabisile Ndlovu

Conference: 3rd Green and Sustainable Chemistry Conference.

13 - 16 May 2018

Berlin, Germany.

Oral Presentation Title: Relative Saccharification (sugar formation) of Waste Paper during successive treatment with garden snail (Cornu aspersum) cellulase for bio-product development.


         Khomotso M P Mokatsi

Conference: 3rd Green and Sustainable Chemistry Conference.

13 - 16 May 2018

Berlin, Germany.

Poster Presentation Title: Physical and Chemical Pre-treatment to Increase the Saccharification of Wastepaper by Trichoderma viride cellulase for Bioproduct Development.


Conference Publication

J Pieter H van Wyk

Conference: The Tenth International Conference on Mobile, Hybrid, and On-line Teaching.

25 March - 29 March 2018

Rome, Italy

Oral Presentation Title: SmarTTeaching Pharmacology.

 


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