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Miscellaneous papers in Education, Z

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  1. The 2007 Zambia Demographic Health Survey (ZDHS) is a nationally representative survey of 7,146 women age 15-49 and 6,500 men age 15-59. The 2007 ZDHS is the fourth comprehensive survey conducted in Zambia as part of the Demographic and Health…
  2. Purpose: Teachers play a central role in determining access to education and may mediate epilepsy-associated stigma. We developed and administered a teacher-specific survey to assess teachers' knowledge, attitudes, behaviors, and practices (KABPs)…
  3. BACKGROUND: TB and HIV form a deadly synergy in much of the developing world, especially Africa. Interventions to reduce the impact of these diseases at community level are urgently needed. This paper presents the design of a community randomised…
  4. The antioxidant action of carotenoids is believed to involve quenching of singlet oxygen and scavenging of reactive oxygen radicals. However, the exact mechanism by which carotenoids protect cells against oxidative damage, particularly in the…
  5. The rhabdovirus viral haemorrhagic septicemia virus (VHSV) is the etiological agent of one of the most important salmonid viral diseases. In the present work, the ability of VHSV to infect and replicate in zebrafish at low temperature (15 ??C) was…
  6. Although many hypo-pigmenting agents are currently available, the demand for novel whitening agents is increasing, in part due to the weak effectiveness and unwanted side effects of currently available compounds. To screen for novel hypo-pigmenting…
  7. The experimental virtues of the zebrafish embryo such as small size, development outside of the mother, cheap maintenance of the adult made the zebrafish an excellent model for phenotypic genetic and more recently also chemical screens. The…
  8. The use of animal models has revealed important mechanisms relevant to the development and treatment of human cancer. In recent years the zebrafish has emerged as an exciting new organism in which to model leukaemogenesis. The zebrafish model has…
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