Mr. Dennis Kimaiga

He is a Leather Science and Technology lecturer in the Department of Public Health, Pharmacology & Toxicology. He has a BSc (Chemistry) Degree from Egerton University, MSc (Leather Science) Degree from the University of Nairobi and currently pursuing PhD (Leather Science) Degree in the University of Nairobi. He has specific specialization in Extraction and Characterization of Natural Products, Quantitative and Qualitative analysis of Phenolics in plants, Vegetable and Combination tanning of hides and skins, clean tanning approaches and Physical and chemical testing of leather.




D, O, J.N O, A.S O.  2022.  Quantification and Characterization of Tannins in Plectranthus barbatus Andrews Water Extracts in Nyamira County, Kenya. Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences. . Articles in Press


D, O, J.N O, A.S O, A.A S.  2020.  Evaluation of the physical properties of leathers tanned with Plectranthus barbatus Andrews extracts. African Journal of Biotechnology. 19(3):137-141.


D, O.  2017.  Value addition of hides and skins using locally available materials, 6th March . Nairobi Innovation Week. , Nairobi University


Njue, L, LW K, N OJ, JG N, D O.  2014.  Efficacy of antimicrobial activity of garlic extracts on bacterial pathogens commonly found to contaminate meat. East African Medical Journa. 91(12):442.

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