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Dr. John Wangoh Publications
12013Biodiversity And Enterotoxigenic Potential Of Staphylococci Isolated From Raw AndSpontaneously Fermented Camel Milk
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22013The Microbiological Performance Of Dairy Processing Plants Is Influenced By Scale Of Production And The Implemented Food Safety Management System: A Case Of Study
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32013Phenotypic And Genotypic Antibiotic Resistance Patterns Of Staphylococcus Aureus Rom Raw And Spontaneously Fermented Camel Milk
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42012Risk Factors For Symptoms Of Gastrointestinal Illness In Rural Town Isiolo, Kenya
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52012Microbial Safety Of Street Food In Industrial Area, Nairobi
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62012Detection, Isolation And Molecular Characterisation Of Shigatoxigenic O157 And Non-O157 Escherichia Coli In Raw And Fermented Camel Milk
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72012Performance Of Food Safety Management System And Its Effects On The Microbial Safety In The Kenyan Dairy Processing Industries
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82012Thermal Performance Of Four Types Of Water Heating Flat Plate Solar Collectors For Providing Process Heat For Milk Pasteurisation
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92012Microbial Quality , Strain Distribution Strain, Enterotoxiginicity Of Selected Food Borne Pathogens In Relation To The Hygienic Practices In Industrial Area, Nairobi, Kenya
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102012Ampicillin Resistance And Extended Spectrum β-lactamases In Enterobacteriaceae Isolated From Raw And Spontaneously Fermented Camel Milk
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112012Survey Of Postharvest Handling, Preservation And Processing Practices Along The Camel Milk Chain In Isiolo District, Kenya
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122012Design And Performance Assessment Of A Low Cost Evaporative Cooler For Storage Of Camel Milk In Arid Pastoral Areas Of Kenya
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132012Cost Evaporative Cooler For Storage Of Camel Milk In Arid Pastoral Areas Of Kenya
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142011Characterization Of Yeasts Associated With Camel Milk Using Phenotypic And Molecular Identification Techniques
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152011Microbial Quality Of Raw Camel Milk Across The Kenyan Market Chain
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162011Evaporative Cooling And Solar Pasteurization Technologies For Value Addition Of Camel (Camelus Dromedaries) Milk In Marsabit And Isiolo Counties Of Northern Kenya
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172011Design And Performance Assessment Of A Flat-plate Solar Milk Pasteurizer For Arid Pastoral Areas Of Kenya
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182010Microbial Diversity, Safety And Role Of Predominant Lactic Acid Bacteria In Raw And Spontaneously Fermented Camel Milk In Kenya And Somalia
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192010Prevalence Of Streptococcus Agalactiae And Staphylococcus Aureus In Camel (Camelus Dromedarius) Milk In Garissa And Wajir Districts Of Kenya, Their Sensitivity To Antibiotics And Acceptability Of Camel Milk And Its Products
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202010Use Of The Lactoperoxidase System To Enhance Keeping Quality Of Pasteurised Camel Milk
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212010Effect Of Lactoperoxidase-Thiocyanate-Hydrogen Peroxide System And Storage Temperature On Keeping Quality Of Raw Camel Milk.
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222010Effect Of Ultra - High - Temperature Treatments On Camel Milk.
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232010Studies On Development Of Camel Milk Products Of High Hygienic Quality And Safety, Increasing The Income And Reducing Health Risks In Kenya.
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242010Iodiversity And Genotyping Of Staphylococci Isolated In Raw And Fermented Camel Milk In East Africa.
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252009Microbiological Quality Of Camel Milk Along The Market Chain And Its Correlation With Foodborne Illness Among Children And Young Adults In Isiolo, Kenya
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262009Camel Milk Products In Kenya And Somalia: Potential Solutions To Improve Quality And Safety.
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272008Impact Of The Lactoperoxidase System On Activity Of Selected Lactic Starter Cultures In Camel Milk
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282008Dairy Product Development And Marketing; A Case Of “mala” A Mesophillic Cultured Milk Product. Land O’Lakes.
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292008Midterm Evaluation Of Somali Pastoral Dair Y Development Project.
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302008Identification And Diversity Of Lactic Acid Bacteria Responsible For Spontaneous Acidification Of Camel Milk For The Purpose Of Developing A Defined Suusac Starter Culture
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312008Marketing, Processing And Value Adding Of Camel Milk In Kenya.
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322008Microbial Quality And Food - Borne Illness From Camel Milk Across The Market Chain
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332007Effects Of Lactoperoxidase System In Camel Milk For Preservation And Fermentation Purposes
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342005Enumeration And Identification Of Micro Flora In Suusac, A Kenyan Traditional Fermented Camel Milk Product
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352004Methods Of Quality Control.
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362004Equipment For Small-scale Milk Plants.
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372004Studies On The Microflora In Suusac, A Kenyan Traditional Fermented Camel Milk Product
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382004Food Hygiene & Safety And HACCP In Practice Training For Four Kenyan Fresh Produce Exporter
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392003Resource Person, Food Hygiene & Safety, And HACCP In Practice Training For Ghana Fresh Produce Exporters
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402001Development Of A Low Cost Evaporative Cooler For Storage Of Camel Milk In Arid Pastoral Areas Of Kenya. International Camel Symposium - Camel Science & Development For Sustainable Livelihoods
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412000Iso-electric Focusing Of Camel Milk Proteins
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421998Composition Of Milk From Three Camel (Camelus Dromedarius) Breeds In Kenya.
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431997Chemical And Technological Properties Of Camel Milk. Chemical And Technological Properties Of Camel Milk Nr. 12295
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441997Chemical And Technological Properties Of Camel Milk. Chemical And Technological Properties Of Camel Milk Nr. 12295
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451993Extraction Of Camel Rennet And Its Comparison With Rennet Extract, Pepsin And Chymosin In Coagulation Of Camel And Cow Milk
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461993What Steps Towards Camel Milk Technology?
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471992Possibilities And Limitations In Flavouring The Cultured Milk Product Mala By Means Of Preparations Of Fruits Available In Kenya
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481991The Role Of The Fetus In Maintenance Of Pregnancy.
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491990Survival Of The Species.
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501987Possibilities And Limitations In Flavouring Of The Cultured Milk Product Mala By Means Of Preparations From Fruits Available In Kenya
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