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Dr. Nyachieo Atunga Publications
19999The Baboon As Preclinical Model For Assisted Reproduction
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22013Ovarian Tissue Cryopreservation By Vitrification In Olive Baboons (papio Anubis): A Pilot Study.
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32013The Role Of Scientists And Clinicians In Raising Public Support For Animal Research In Reproductive Biology And Medicine.
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42013Short-term Effects Of High-dose Khat On Sperm Parameters And Reproductive Hormonal Levels In Olive Baboons (Papio Anubis).
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52012Baboon Spermatology: Basic Assessment And Reproducibility In Olive Baboons (Papio Anubis).
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62011Cyclospora Papionis, Cryptosporidium Hominis, And Human-pathogenic Enterocytozoon Bieneusi In Captive Baboons In Kenya.
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72011Randomized Comparison Of Different Ovarian Stimulation Regimens For Assisted Reproductive Technology In Baboons (Papio Anubis).
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82010Uterus Transplantation In The Baboon: Methodology And Long-term Function After Auto-transplantation.
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92010The Detection Of Enteric Viruses In Selected Urban And Rural River Water And Sewage In Kenya, With Special Reference To Rotaviruses.
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102010Separate And Combined Effects Of Caffeine And DbcAMP On Olive Baboon (Papio Anubis) Sperm.
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112009Rotavirus Infections Among HIV-infected Children In Nairobi, Kenya
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122009Improving Ovarian Stimulation Protocols For IVF In Baboons: Lessons From Humans And Rhesus Monkeys
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132008Reproductive Research In Non-human Primates At Institute Of Primate Research In Nairobi, Kenya (WHO Collaborating Center): A Platform For The Development Of Clinical Infertility Services
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142005Plasmodium Falciparum Genotyping By Microsatellites As A Method To Distinguish Between Recrudescent And New Infections
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