Kitonde, CK, Fidahusein DS, Lukhoba CW, Jumba MM.  2014.  Antimicrobial activity and phytochemical screening of Senna didymobotry used to treat bacterial and fungal infections in Kenya. International Journal of Education and Research. 1(2):1-12.
C.K., K, D.S. F, C.W. L, M.M. J.  2014.  Phytochemistry and Utilization of Vernonia glabra (Steetz) Oliv. & Management of Food Spoilage and Poisoning Pathogens, in Kenya.. European International Journal of Science and Technology. 1(3):65-72.



DR. JUMBA, MIRIAMM.  2010.  An Entomopathogenic Coenorhabditis briggsae E. Eyualem Abebe, Miriam Jumba, Kaitlin Bonner, Vince Gray, Krystalynne Morris and W. Kelley Thomas. The Journal of Experimental Biology 213, 3223 . : . The Journal of Experimental Biology 213, 3223


DR. JUMBA, MIRIAMM.  2009.  Genetically Modified Organisms . The Journal of Experimental Biology 213, 3223 . : ELOQUENT BOOKS NY, Strategic Book Group, Connecticut, USA. ISBN-978-1-60911-081-9.Pages1 Abstract
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Jumba, MM, Mirza NB, Mwaura FB.  1995.  Salmonella typhi and Salmonella paratyphi antibodies in Kenya. AbstractWebsite

The distribution of Salmonella typhi, S. paratyphi A. and S. paratyphi C. agglutinins among 364 sera from a randomly selected group of healthy individuals in Nairobi and Naivasha (Kenya) were analysed in relation to bacteriologically confirmed cases of typhoid fever at the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH). Out of these, 30% of the healthy individuals had no detectable Widal titres. Overall agglutinin titres obtained for the healthy population showed that 96% of the individuals had low level reactivity with titres < 1:80 for both H and O antigens of S. typhi, while 4% had titres of 1:160 or above. Agglutinins for S. paratyphi A and C were rarely present in the sera tested. Age and sex were found to have no effect on antibody titre distribution in the two populations but differences in the water source may have affected the percentage of positive tests recorded. In this typhoid endemic region titres upto 1:80 are not uncommon but both H and O titres of 1:160 and above found in conjunction with the clinical picture may be taken to be suggestive of typhoid fever.

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