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Thairu PK. The African and The AIDS Holocaust. Nairobi: Phoenix Publishers ; 2007.
Wangai J;, Thairu K;, Bharaj BS;, Telang BV. "Identification and isolation of three acetylcholinesterase inactivating fractions in the venom of Dendroaspis angusticeps.". 1982. Abstract

Three fractions were isolated from the venom of Dendroaspis angusticeps by column chromatography on CM-Sephadex C-25. All the three fractions were shown to possess acetylcholinesterase inhibiting activity. The toxicity of the fractions as tested on mice were variable. Although the toxic signs were identical, fraction DaVI was highly lethal (LD50 1.9 microgram/g) whereas fractions DaIV and T39 were less lethal, the LD50 being 3.6 micrograms/g and 4.1 micrograms/g respectively. The three fractions significantly inhibited true acetylcholinesterase to the extent of 91-95%.

Thairu K. The African Civilization (Utamaduni wa Kiafrika). Nairobi: Kenya Literature Bureau ; 1978.
Thairu K, Mugambi M. Human Biology Volume 1 . Nairobi: East African Literature Bureau ; 1976.
Mati JK;, Mugambi M;, Muriuki PB;, Thairu K. "An inhibitory action of prolactin on isolated rabbit myometrium.". 1974.
Thairu K. "Environmental Exposure of the Sensorimotor Cortex of the Neonatal Rat." In Vivo. Environ. Physiol. Biochem. 1972;7:133-136.

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