Research Articles (Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Studies)

 

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  • Enabling multiscale modeling in systems medicine 

    Wolkenhauer, Olaf; Auffray, Charles; Brass, Olivier; Clairambault, Jean; Deutsch, Andreas; Drasdo, Dirk; Gervasio, Francesco; Preziosi, Luigi; Maini, Philip; Marciniak-Czochra, Anna; Kossow, Christina; Kuepfer, Lars; Rateitschak, Katja; Ramis-Conde, Ignacio; Ribba, Benjamin; Schuppert, Andreas; Smallwood, Rod; Stamatakos, Georgios; Winter, Felix; Byrne, Helen (BioMed Central, 2014-03)
    [See article for abstract].

  • “Deeper into a hole?” : borrowing and lending in South Africa 

    James, Deborah (University of Chicago Press Journals, 2014-08)
    In South Africa, with upward mobility much aspired to but seldom attained, householders must spend money they have not yet earned. Borrowing both from formal institutions and smaller moneylenders (legal and illegal) positions ...

  • Observed full blood count and lymphocyte subset values in a cohort of clinically healthy South African children from a semi-informal settlement in Cape Town 

    Lawrie, Denise; Payne, Helen; Nieuwoudt, Martin; Glencross, Deborah Kim (Health & Medical Publishing Group, 2015-09)
    Background. The paediatric full blood count and lymphocyte subset reference intervals used by the National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS), South Africa (SA), are taken from two international reference interval publications. ...

  • Age-dependent effects of UCP2 deficiency on experimental acute pancreatitis in mice 

    Muller, Sarah; Kaiser, Hannah; Kruger, Burkhard; Fitzner, Brit; Lange, Falko; Bock, Cristin N.; Nizze, Horst; Ibrahim, Saleh M.; Fuellen, Georg; Wolkenhauer, Olaf; Jaster, Robert (PLoS, 2014-04-10)
    Reactive oxygen species (ROS) have been implicated in the pathogenesis of acute pancreatitis (AP) for many years but experimental evidence is still limited. Uncoupling protein 2 (UCP2)-deficient mice are an accepted model ...